Summary: Powerful card for the price. This card can nearly rival a GTX980 as far as performance goes, and for an average of about $120 cheaper. As an example, a friend running SLI GTX980, and myself running SLI GTX780 Ti, each ran the Unigine Heaven benchmark with these settings: D3D11, 1920x1080@8xAA, Quality:Ultra, Tesselation:Extreme. My average FPS: 106.2. His average: 112.2.
Summary: Now this is a real horsepower graphics card. I do video editing and rendering is always a very slow process; not any more! Parrell processing is the key. NVIDEA uses CUDA technology. Highly recommend this card. Runs about $700 but if your a serious video editor it is worth it.
Summary: The tradeoff is that it uses 2 1/2 slots. A vga/dvi adapter is included, but the power adapter is not. The card has two 8 pin pci-e power connectors (not 8 and 6 pin as listed on the box and specs.