Summary: This is an amazing graphics card and looks very cool with the red and black design. The Twin Frozr fans never let the card get above 65C, even under full load, and it is surprisingly quiet. Quieter than my old GTX 670 was by far (that card died). The 4GB of VRAM is needed for me as I use multiple monitors. MSI Kombuster and MSI Afterburnber work perfectly with this card allowing you to adjust the fan profiles/speeds and OC to your heart's content.
Summary: This is a great card and performs exactly as it should. Pretty quiet and stays very cool. Recently added another in sli and this is where I have found minor issues Pros: Performance. (Max Settings on everything I've run including Metro: Last Light) Cooling Low noise Cons: MSI Gaming app requires SLI to be turned off then back on.
Summary: Wanted to consolidate my gaming rig to one card (previously set-up was SLI 560tis). This card as ran efficiently and cool. Noise levels are not bothersome either. It has performed fantastically at 1080p resolution. I am using this card in conjunction with the BenQ XL2420TE. Works great. Update July 2014: This card is still working strong. Most games I can easily reach over 60fps on Ultra @ 1080p.
Summary: A great card for the money, if you can track one down. The extra memory is a godsend for multi-monitor games!
Pros: Big performance in a small package. The 4GB of memory makes all the difference for triple-monitor gaming. The 770 isn't the most powerful card but it's lightyears ahead of the 5990 I was running before, and adding a second one will be awesome.
Cons: Doesn't overclock much, it's not a 780Ti but I'm not Bill Gates so it's good enough.
Summary: If you look at benchmarks between the 2gb and 4gb GTX770's you won't see much difference. But I'm sure if your like me and hook up three monitors to your PC, you'll definitely want the 4gb edition. I'm seeing fps well above 120 in CoD Ghosts and they never drop below 100. I bought this to replace two GTX 560's Fermi 2gb Editions and I'm not disappointed at all. I also benchmark against my friends i7 3.6ghz socket 2011 w/GTX 680 vs.
Summary: Easy instalation, runs incredibly quiet, runs amazingly cool even under stress (rarely 70C). There are guys that say: " 2gb its enough for games right now" ...well i prefer do a future proof inversion(I have games that eat more than 2gb, even playing on 1080p resolution LOL!), but its up to you and your pocket. A great upgrade from MSI GTX 560 Ti Hawk.