Summary: This card was an upgrade from my older 1gb 650ti. Since I have a 1080p monitor, 1gb of Vram wasn't really enough. This card can run 1080p resolution gaming very well, and can stay very cool. In the Unigine Valley benchmark, it beat a 7950 XFX by a few FPS, but by 20c when it was loaded that high. My only issue is the sagging. While it hasn't caused any issues yet, the card is sagging at the back end which worries me a lot.
Summary: The card runs Skyrim at 50-70 precent load at 60fps and 2560x1440. Metro last light lags sometimes. 35-50 fps. Overall this is not loud, but if you set the fan to max manualy it sounds like small vacuum.
Summary: Fantastic card. Runs just about everything on Ultra and is SUPER quiet. Even with a full load I haven't got the temp past 60. Be aware the decorative fins on the end of the cover make it a bit longer than the average card. My only complaint is that it didn't come with the Nvidia games deal.
Summary: I was a little hesitant to buy an MSI brand gpu because it seemed cheaper and the fans are tiny, but when this came up $220 for a refurb/used model (was brand new when I got it with two free games that they didn't even mention!) I couldn't hold back. If you are ever able to get a 670 over a 760 at similar prices, GO FOR THE 670!!!
Summary: This card is amazing. For the value, I can play BF3, semi-ultra, and the card barely makes a sound. It is extremely quiet, has never caused problems for me, unlike an AMD card I had that caused constant BSOD's. I would recommend this card to anybody that wants a good card at a good price, and I intend to purchase a second one to run in SLI.
Summary: This is a GREAT CARD. However, it was clearly opened, was missing plugs, was not in its original manufacturer INTERNAL packing and probably had problems. Maybe it was overclocked. I have no way of knowing, nor am I IN ANY WAY accusing the seller of anything illegal. It is just that this card fails twice a day BUT RECOVERS. This works for the average home desktop but not for a small consultancy working from home. Sorry.
Good Video Card but a little difficult on a clean install
Kevin Henderson, Amazon
28 July 2013
Summary: I purchased this as part of a computer build (PROCESSOR: I-7 3770K 3.5Ghz, MOTHERBOARD: AzRock Z77 Extreme 4, RAN: G Skill Ripjaws X Series 16 GB DDR3, SSDRIVE: 250GB Samsung 840 Series, 2NDDRIVE: WD 1TB Blue, VIDEO CARD: MSI NVIDIA GeForce GX 670 OC 2GB, POWER SUPPLY: Corsair Professional Series HX 750W, CASE: Phantom 410 Mid Tower USB 3.0 Gaming Case) after doing much research. My conclusion after about 1 month of use: VERY GOOD PRODUCT.
Summary: I upgraded from a GTX 260, running in a PCI-e Gen 1 x16 slot. The WebGL performance is similar to the 260 (I was hoping for faster), but now OpenGL 4.3 is supported. Great price/performance, it should keep me going for a couple more years. I've been unable to use CUDA since the Nvidia drivers don't support the latest versions of GCC (hopefully soon).