Summary: This Video Card works perfectly with most new games on mid to high settings with no problems. Crysis? No problem. Far Cry 3? Like a charm. I love PNY and their prices are usually very good, and products last for ages.
Summary: I have had this video card for about 1 year and 1 month now. I had it half the time in one gaming computer and half the time in another gaming computer. Truth be told, this is a fine video card. One of my major measures is how quiet and how cool it runs, and it does both very well. More importantly for gamers however is how well it runs the games.
Summary: Bought this to replace an aging HD4890 and didn't have alot of money to work with right after the holiday season. I was expecting a little improvement and to at least be able to use some DX11 features I had never seen before. I was blown away by this little card. My 4890 was no slouch, even with most titles on high (skyrim for example), but this card added almost half again to the frame rate of everything I have thrown at it so far from Skyrim to BF3 to Saints Row the...
Summary: I got this card to add to one of my rigs for SLI and also to watercool it, the product at the time I bought it was marked REFERENCE, which means it is exactly!!! to original specs. It was not as they started to use cheaper PCB's and also changed the placement of the CAPS which made it not Reference.
Summary: First let me start by saying that it is my mistake in thinking the XLR8 label immediately meant this was the same as all PNY 460 GTX XLR8 labeled cards. IT IS NOT. This version is not Overclocked. It comes with a 675 Core Clock vs the 765 Core Clock of the OC version, and a lower 37.8 Billion/sec Texture fill rate vs the OC's 48.4 Billion/sec, among other differences in performance.