Summary: Bought in March 2012. Still using this card today! 1.25gb of VRAM has let me at least play Star Wars Battlefront on medium settings at about 55-60 FPS with an occasional and short drop in some areas.
Summary: I bought one of these cards when Tom's Hardware was recommending it as their top choice for a mid-range card (they now recommend the newer Radeon 7850 at the similar price level). I choose the MSI model because of the excellent reputation of their cooling solution.
Summary: I bought this card for a new computer to play games but wanted to build cheaply. I didn't succeed at the cheaply part but the computer is fast and should last a few yrs. The N560GTX Ti448 is a fast card for the money enough said. It runs cool under a load.
Summary: I used this for a recent PC build and couldnt be happier. Installation was easy as I had no driver issues at all. I was also very happy to find there was plenty of room for overclocking as well. Used to play COD and BF3 with no problems at 1920x1080, the cusotmer was very happy!
Summary: I was in the market for a 560Ti to upgrade my existing rig. I was always going to buy BF3, so when I saw this with BF3 bundled with it, I decided it was a bargain. The card runs nice and quite at idle...much quieter than my outgoing EVGA 9800GTX. But noisier under load..
Summary: Works great and offers amazing graphic performance for the price range it's in. It also comes with MSI afterburner which makes it easy to overclock and change the voltage as well as monitor temperatures, etc...
Summary: So far it runs great. It's a little lengthy and I had to move my hard drive down a bay to make room since they were on the same level as each other but other than that the fans are unnoticeable. I feel like my PC is no a Prius. It's almost silent aside from the case fans.
Summary: Very good card you will need at least a 500 w power supply unit personally I got a 600w just in case. Be advised no problem with windows 7 or vista but with win 8 some improvising is needed had to get a buddy to mess with the driver to get it to work a 100%