Been working flawlessly for 2 years 4 months with almost every other day gaming on high to ultra settings.
Nolan H., Newegg
11 March 2016
Summary: RECOMMENDED BY A PLAYER TO A PLAYER. Make sure you get a players price when purchasing.
Pros: Nice stable card, like my personality OC out of the box, revving like a Suzuki GSXR 600 Nice design and very pleasing to look at, like an aged woman that has aged like a fine wine and been banging for years
Cons: Seems to run a little hotter after 2 years of use, 82c playing fallout 4 on high to ultra- fans aren't at 100% though I had to pay money for it. It wasn't free. Didn't install itself
Summary: Will probably upgrade in the next year to the 970, but for the 3 years I've used this card I've had no issues and really only experienced a performance drop with GTAV
Pros: Good performance for the price. the Nvidia software that comes with it has some great features. Until recently had no issues running any games on high or Ultra settings.
Cons: Just recently noticed games starting to need more then this card can deliver. Namely I've had to put GTA's settings to their lowest to keep frames from dropping while driving or flying at high speeds
Summary: Great design, IMHO. Not sure if I'd get 2 for SLI though, might as well get a single 9XX and save up for a later second I think in that scenario, but a single one definitely does wonders.
Pros: Works well, I got this because it had the highest review average for my price range and because I heard 660's were a good model. Together with my 4790k, runs almost all my favorite games in 1920x1080 at a constant minimum 60 framerate at the highest settings. (I have a 144hz gaming monitor, and t...
Cons: A little bit expensive. If I thought a bit more about my purchase, I may have gotten a 760 instead, but I trusted the constant 5-star reviews this one was getting and have no regrets beyond the price tag and have been gaming very happily so far without having to worry about overclocking.
Pros: I bought this on sale and now i wish i would have bought a second one to sli it with cause it is a beast for what you pay for it i simply cannot kill it and it never gets hot i mean never i max out every game with this card and try to push it to the limits but it keeps going, if i get a fps lag a...
Summary: It's a thick card, and takes up two of the case's expansion bay slot things.
Pros: This card's heatsink is massive. I like the heavy/solid feeling construction. It's a beast. Great performance, and looking forward to playing with nvidia's shadowplay. Has SLI support, although I don't plan on taking advantage of it.
Summary: For what i spent for this card i really feel i couldnt have found a better deal. this card runs all my games at high settings with a flawless gaming experience. when i bought is card it came with a free copy of watchdogs a $50 value with out paying any more. i love this card.
Pros: Cooling is Excellent with the twin frozer setup. I really like the look and design it really stands out in my case. Running games has never been better.
Summary: 8 months ago when I built this computer I wanted something future proof that could be built for less than $700. In some games there are sacrifices in quality that have to be made but those are some demanding titles like battlefield 4 or far cry 3.
Pros: -Not loud at all even under heavy load, had to actually look inside case to see if the fan was running. -Great for the price I paid 8 months ago -Will run most games on ultra settings like BF4 with res scaling set to 100% still gave me 60 fps with vsync enabled. Titanfall runs on insane settings ...
Cons: For the price I paid there aren't any complaints because I knew what I was getting and the card hasn't failed me yet.