Summary: This is an excellent video card. I upgraded from a Geforce GTX 570 and there is a huge performance increase. Make sure your power supply can handle it. It has both an 8 pin and a 6 pin connector. The AMD drivers run like a charm. Not like the ATI drivers of old. I got a like new card for $180 instead of the usual $300. It is spectacularly good value.
Summary: The card works really good, it's pretty easy to install, and it came with all the stuff I need to do install. It also took me no time to get the hang of it but whenever you purchase a large card you're going to want to make sure your computer not only has the power to run it but has enough fans to make sure the system stays cool. I had problems with mine on new games that it would overheat but that wasn't the graphics cards fault that was my motherboards fault.
Summary: Great card able to run assassin's creed unity at high and far cry 4 at high and COD advanced warfare goes with my fx 8350 perfectly with the 3 gigs of ram it's more than enough to handle any game I throw at it had a gtx 660 before this thinking I may sick with AMD overall great card love it
Summary: The card, first-off, looks amazing and matches very well with my MSI z97-G45 motherboard. The card is the same size as most gaming, dual-deck video cards. It fit perfectly in the Corsair 540 case with a front 280mm water cooling radiator. The card did very well in benchmarks. It scored a 7853 (78% higher than other systems) in 3DMark when paired with an i5-4690K. Currently, I have experienced a 38 FPS increase in WoW on Ultra settings from my old GTX 260.