Works as intended as a SLI pair for an EVGA GTX670
Amazon Customer, Amazon
2 September 2013
Summary: The card was the cheapest around at the time with stock cooling (needed as my case is a silverstone raven 2) and no OC (to match my current EVGA 670). Works as intended, no problem up to now as a 2nd card in a SLI set.
Summary: Smelled a little funny when I first ran some stress tests, but afterwards, runs reasonably cool and quiet. Much better than the GTX 260 it replaced. Runs about 60-70°C under load which unfortunately nerfs the core clock a bit. Using the MSI afterburner doesn't seem to really help the situation..
Summary: Works so well. You may have to disable your inboard graphics in the bios to get it to load the display, but that's the only trouble I had with it. Thanks! I can benchmark 13093 in the FFXIV beta benchmark.
Summary: Bought a second one to add to my system, and there is nothing out there it can't run! Metro Last Light runs and looks amazing, as does Crysis 3, and anything else I've thrown at it. Be warned you do need a beefy CPU to feed this setup. At least a Sandy Bridge i5-2500k or better.
Summary: After buying a faulty card and going through an international RMA process I received another faulty card as a gift. I've spent more than 100 dollars of shipping alone. The worst product quality and customer service I've ever experienced. DO NOT BUY FROM MSI.