Summary: Upgraded from a GTX 660 2GB and was not sure which brand to choose so went for Palit. I had also ordered an Asus GTX 760 DirectCU earlier and decided to compare both. I did tests on Hitman Absolution, Grid Autosport and Battlefield 4 and have to say this card performed 10% better then the Asus one. So I recommend this card to anyone as I believe it is the most powerful compared to other brands.
Summary: absolutely dominates with my 4770k setup, runs everything i've thrown at it; at ultra high settings with consistently high frame rates. be aware it is eeeenormous, thankfully my case is the size of an average london flat, otherwise might have been a bit trickier!
Summary: My God. It's been a real long time since I had a nice video card - even though I've always been an avid gamer, work has kept me from playing seriously for a while. I had been using 2 9800 GTs on SLI (yes... I know) and decided it was time to get back in the game. From the very start, I no longer feel like I'm sitting near the engines from an Airbus on a transatlantic flight. This thing is dead quiet. 1920x1080 8X AA and what not and it doesn't cringe. It is BIG though.
Summary: Brilliant GPU - capable of running Far Cry 3, Battlefield 4, Wolfenstein, all on Ultra in my rig. Card gets a little hot (they all do under load) so expect temps in the late 50's early 60's which is within normal limits. Total system load is around 320 watts with this card. I shall be getting another one in the near future to set-up in SLI. UPDATE: Just added a second card for SLI - Brilliant Card for the money.
Summary: I used to only use EVGA cards until one went pear shaped & they refused to help. So I switched to Palit, after owning 3 different Palit cards and being more than happy with them it soon became upgrade time, I nearly got the 2gb version but when I realised that a 4gb version was being released & was just £9 more expensive well you don't need a Brain Surgeon to work out which is the best deal.
Summary: I can play every game on ultra and i dont have any issues with the temperature is not that loud is just working great i really recomand it :D My specs: MotherBoard: AsRock Z77 Extreme4 Cpu: Intel 3rd Generation Core i5-3570K CPU (4 x 3.40GHz, Ivy Bridge. Psu: Corsair Builder Series CXM 600W Modular 80 PLUS Bronze Monitor: BenQ GL2023A 19.5" Widescreen LED Glossy Black Monitor, 1600x900.
Summary: been using this for 2-3 weeks now.really like it card runs stable at 1267mhz and a extra 250mhz on the memory(gpu boost 2 takes it up too 1228mhz on the core) it runs very cool and quiet. ive been playing arma 3 mostly and it has made the experience much better than when i was using my 4870x2.
Summary: I have this card partnered with an intel I5 haswell at 4.2ghz, 8GB of ram and a gigabyte motherboard, and god do I love this card, I can run pretty much run every game on high/ultra and get high frame rates. The nvidia geforce experience is very good and easy to use. It optimizes all your games for you and it has a good recording software installed. I highly recommend this card for a mid/high end gaming system.
Summary: I bought this card to replace my old card that was from a bad batch (buggy and kept crashing). I plugged this card in, installed the drivers and was instantly impressed! Its a monster! It easily outperforms my old HD7850 and will eat any game i throw at it. Its also solid as a rock, with no crashes or glitches at all. Only slight downsides: runs quite hot - up to 82 degrees in a well cooled case. max safe factory temp is 95 degrees apparently so i guess that's fine.