Summary: I have owned this graphics card for a little over 2 years, and have gotten fantastic performance from it. Being a 1GB card it performs like a 2GB card, it works great on all current games. The newer games that are starting to come out in fall of 2013 are starting to outmatch this card, so if you're looking to play battlefield 4, watch dogs, call of duty: ghosts, or any of the new games coming out this year it may be a better idea to invest in a 2GB card instead of this...
Summary: The card is more than promising, is a "gaming" card.Ofc nowdays you can take a card with a similar price from the new nvidia series.i won it on biting so it worth it.the only minus on this card is that it doesnt have a good cooler so it easily temp can get up high enough but not in dangerous numbers, still works just fine.
Summary: It really is a decent card. It runs Guild Wars 2 on maxed out settings at about 30-40 fps, and on medium 40-60+. I am running it at 1920x1080, so you should get a little bit more at lower screen resolutions. Only thing I don't like is that the fan is loud. I have checked the temperature, and that is not an issue. All in all, I like it, does a great job for what I need it to do.
Summary: I replaced my 9600GT with this card. Even with the latest drivers installed and no overclocking, it stuttered on games like Sleeping Dogs and SpecOps: The Line while my old one ran them just fine. I read that this was a nextgen card, but it's terrible with games; at least the ones I tried. I finally just replaced this card with the old one and now it's sitting collecting dust on a shelf. But hey, it had no problems running Aero....
Summary: The card works great, showed up just as advertised and performs and works like new. Running this card in SLI format and both cards installed and work perfectly together even though one is ASUS nd the other PNY.
Works perfectly, but received a differently styled card.
12 February 2012
Summary: I needed a new video card, and I've had good luck with Nvidia cards in the past, so I gave them another shot. Boy was I impressed! My shoddy little dual core (running at 2.8 ghz) runs everything I've asked with graphics cranked and in 1920x1080 at a steady 40 to 60 frames per second. My only complaint is that instead of it looking like the badass black card in the picture, I received this odd, blue card with a black cover around the heatsink, and a white fan.