Summary: I'm not an avid gamer but every now and then i will buy a game i like. I purchased Need For Speed Most Wanted, and on my X600 SE 256mb card it could not handle full resolution without being choppy. I wanted a better card but didn't want to buy a high end card for say $500.
Summary: This is my first mid-range card. I was not disappointed. It has all the hardware supports required by DirectX 9.0c. This means that you will get a decent game experience with most of the games currently out on the market. Note that this card does not have hardware support for DirectX 10.
Summary: The card is great, i've ran every game i've tried to just fine. The only downside to the card is the texture shimmering. The only way to use anisotropic filtering and not get texture shimmering, is to set the card to high quality, in the performance and images settings.
Summary: Bought the card to run the newest games like BF2142 on my AMD 3500+ single core system. Standard shipping only took a couple days. The package arrived undamaged. Installation was simple taking less than ten minutes to install card and drivers.
Summary: The 7900 GS with 256MB of fast RAM is a good performer ("great" on Windows XP), however, it is unforgiveable that nVidia still doesn't have an SLI driver to allow two of these cards to run in tandem in VISTA. They certainly have had ample time to have drivers ready.
Summary: I bought this card for $99.99 plus shipping here. For this price the performance to price ratio is unbeaten as far as mid-range cards go. I'm able to play Crysis in mid settings and 1024x768 witouth much lag.
Summary: I purchased the 7900GS with my new dell desktop at the beginning of March 2007, its now almost July... I have 2GB Ram, dual core processor. The card works better than I hoped. Company of Heroes on highest settings is smooth.
Summary: Nice buy. I'm really satisfied. World of Warcraft at maximum resolution (1680x1050) and max quality and NO PROBLEM. It was my goal, I achieved this I'm satisfied. My machine: Core 2 Duo E6400, Asus P5N-E, 2Gb RAM (Corsair XMS2 800 MHz) and this videoboard. I didn't use DVI.