Summary: I have an old(er) Mac Pro 3,1 that was running the original 8800GT and was chocking a bit in the newer games (Borderlands2, Bioshock Infinite, etc) and needed something with a bit more horsepower - even an upgrade to a Radeon HD 6870 wasn't cutting it. Luckily the GTX680 has drivers available for both OS 10.8 and Win7. Works great under Boot Camp, just needed a DP to mDP adapter to get it to work with Apple Cinema Display.
Summary: Before this card, I owned a GTX660TI Twinfrozr, as well as an EVGA GTX680 and I have to say, MSI makes a beautiful card. On max load, my EVGA got up to 70/75C within the first 30 minutes of playing, so I decided to return that for this GTX680 Twinfrozr, given that I was pleased with my 660TI Twinfrozr, and wow, I am not disappointed. I've been playing Grand Theft Auto 4 all day on this bad boy and haven't gone above 60C. This is a great card, runs cool.
Summary: This card is a dream. Currently overclocked to +150 Coreclock and +500 memory clock, and its completely stable and hasn't gone over 60c after a 3 hour stress testing. The fan isn't that loud, and cooling is amazing. All I want is a second one.
Summary: wow, cant say much about running 25% fan speed and the temperature still low, is like there's a ice cube inside it, cooling the GPU with low fan speed! Im able to play crysis 3 60fps+ on 1920x1080, and I love the box and protection for shipping!, even tho the box was damaged, but the inside still covered nothing is damaged! why is it damaged?
Summary: I was really happy with my 580, but when it began to run hot (60-65 celsius for non-demanding games and 80-90 for high-end titles), I tried everything including a new case fan directly on the card and nothing seemed to work. I decided it was time to break down and buy a new card. After researching a few different cards I chose to go with the MSI Twin Frozr in February.Now in April, I couldn't be more pleased with my choice.