Summary: Of course I get a defective card even though it specifically said that it was tested and worked. I did everything I could to try to revive this card but it's just burnt out. It looked nice and new which was the confusing part...
Summary: It has a very good price performance has besides being very quiet and cool playing battlefield 4 does not exceed 60 ° C we recommend is very good product for the price is the best r9 270x's on the market very well by msi and amd.
Summary: For those who may be contemplating this: I have installed already an R9 290X on an ASUS Crosshair V Formula-Z motherboard. The R9 290X supports three active monitors. It will show a fourth, but one has to be disabled. I wanted to run at least 4 monitors, but did not want to spend $700 on another R9 290X -- as great as it is. I called MSI technical support.
Summary: I bought this card and I wont be getting it until the end of summer man I'am going to try and go to my bed early so the days pass faster I hope lol. cant wait to get it I will also be trying out mining for the 1st time with this card i really wanted 2 of them but it was on sale so i got this and I'am still saving fr the next one if I get this 1st I will do one for the time being I hope it runs smooth its no so kool in Jamaica as it is in USA so I'am a bit worried there...
Nice OC and Finish, It still heats up more than other branded 270X
2 April 2014
Summary: MSI did a good job with this graphics card, However I think that they can work a little harder in the heat dissipation. This card uses the same power connectors as Gigabyte Windforce and Sapphier Trix cooled cards, however this card can heat up to 10 Celsius degrees more that them, and that means you will go up 70 celsius without OC it. Pros: - good stock boost for a 270X chip. - nice finish. - runs allmost all games at 1080p in High graphic settings above 30 fps.
Summary: I bought this card back in November and it worked great till about a month ago. I had to send it back to MSI for repairs which took no longer then 15 days as the website stated. It's been over a month and I still don't have my video card back from repairs. They sent me a couple emails offering a low-ball refund because they said they don't have the parts or product in stock to replace it. So now I am out a video card I never know when I'll get back.