Pros: Amazing card for the price. I got it on sale and it came with two games (Assassin's Creed Black Flag and Splinter Cell Blacklist). Runs every game i've thrown at it on Ultra settings, including Battlefield 4. Love the Predator Video Capture feature that comes with the MSI Afterburner. This was my first after market card I've ever installed and it was quick and easy. Can't go wrong with this card for the price.
Pros: For $195 you'd be hard pressed to find a better card right now. I'm on a single monitor and it can play any current game on max settings at 1900x1200 with ease. Very cool due to the dual fan design. Already overclocked. You can buy two of these for less than the price of one entry-level GTX 680 and have considerably more performance.
Pros: Plays all my games at 60 FPS cap. WoW maxed stays at 60 fps with Adaptive Vsync along with BF3 Ultra MSAAx2 ( I don't notice a difference in x2 and x4 so I just run at x2 and save myself some frames.) Never goes above 60C, typically runs around 58C. Inaudible over my case fans. Only costed $230 before $10 rebate, free shipping. Looks awesome
Cons: My card only boosts to 1110 with stock settings. Minor screen tearing even with Adaptive V sync. Doesn't happen that often and they aren't huge tears, but it occurs more than I would like to see. Happens mostly in BF3. The bracket to support the gpu interfered with my case's tool-less expansion card clamps. I managed to get a screw in there though.