Summary: This card was well worth the money spent on it, It runs BF4 on ultra detail with 2x MSAA and SSAO shading enabled and hasn't dropped below 58 frames per second average on most situations. Don't forget to switch to the secondary bios to unlock the voltages it's on the top of the card near the power connectors and this will allow you to increase the voltage if needed for a significant overclock over the stock 1150Mhz clock speed However for those wishing to pair these in...
Pros: Quiet as a mouse, No coil whine under load and performs extremely well for it's price point
Cons: No crossfire bridge, Catalyst control center is stating that it is required and missing
Summary: I've upgraded to this card after 3 years with my GTX 460 (which is still kicking by the way) and for the same price I had bought that card for 3 years ago. This really shows what a budget card can do. I can never understand why people need to splash out for expensive card when this little thing can power through Battlefield 4 in 1080p in 80+ FPS.