Summary: At this point in time most games are not really taking graphical leaps like they used to, this thing can pretty much handle it all. I had a game called Farcry Blooddragon that struggles on the cut scenes, but this fixed that.
Summary: I was fooled into buying this because the offer looked good and a rebate was included. It turns out Amazon failed to include an invoice in the package, so no rebate. I suggest Amazon email the invoice, like Newegg. Note: Applying for this rebate puts you on a junk mailing list, and costs postage, envelope and paper, so $10 isn't worth the hassle.
Summary: For what you get, it's a good card. I can run Minecraft on maximum settings at over 200 FPS average in a standard world. Will play about any game decently. If you want a budget card, this is the way to go. However, despite being able to run 6 1080p monitors, you will not get good framerates on games if using more than 2 1080p monitors. I am going to upgrade to a 5760x1080p (3x 1080p) with a Gigabyte 270X 4GB to run some better games.
Summary: This graphic card work better than I expected. Playing SC2 and Dayz on ultra and high settings. I would recommend this card to anyone if they do not have the money to buy an expensive graphics card.
Summary: This chipset is known to run hot and cause premature failures but not the one bundled by MSI. I don't have air conditioning and the room temperature is an average max of 30 Celsius, yet the MSI card runs cool. And I am using the same old power supply unit that came with the desktop initially. Almost all the graphics intensive games are delivering 50+ fps and very very satisfied.