Summary: low cost and very nice speed, plays all modern games at great frame rates, and I get about 350 KH/s for litecoins, also VERY quiet, my powersupply makes more noise than this card at max output.
Summary: The graphics card performance is very likely the best bang for your buck that you can get if you want an r9 270x, all my games run at full settings, and I experience no problems while using a 3D program called Blender. My only complaint is that the linux driver support wasn't very good, especially considering MSI doesn't even provide a native Linux driver.
Summary: I play WoW, FireFall, and Minecraft at 5760x1080 (6018x1080 with bezel compensation) and this card handles all of these games without hesitation. I can only play FireFall at high without low fps, but that's because it's a new game with loads of stuff going on at all times. Don't install the drivers that came on the disc; install drivers from AMD's website and MSI afterburner from MSI's website.
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: Ordered it prime. Got it on time. Stuck it in a new build. (Gigabyte GA-990fxa v4.. AMD8350@4.3.. 8 Gskill sniper... kingston hyperx) right away oc'd it to 1215MHz. have not run stress test. just game all day. with no blue screen. 50+hours on BF4. card is beast.
Summary: Graphics Card: I had my Zotac Geforce GTS 450 1GB graphics card that costed me £120, and were with me for more than 3 years now. So, I decided to upgrade computer's GPU to something better, but I had only budget up to £200. So, I decided to upgrade to this great MSI R9 270X Graphics Card, that is as my adviser said, 4 times better. So far, I tested my favorite games, like Skyrim, The Witcher 2 and Rome 2.
Summary: Plays everything absolutely fine. Great card, looks amazing!
I didn't get any games with mine though? I think the offer may not have been on at the time which sucks but oh well.
For the money, I can't say anything bad about it. Currently mine is running at 1300Mhz on the core and is running stable and smooth. Runs everything i've thrown at it so far and can always crossfire in the future if needed.