Summary: Very stable card (although it is fairly large) and well worth the money if you need dual DVI. Equipped with GPU fan. Uses PSU connection. Only down side is the size. Other than that, good solid performance.
Summary: mine runs from 60-100 degrees C Overclocks to 650mhz on the core before it starts artifacting. Interestingly enough overclocking does not have a noticeable effect on temps. should be faster than 9600gt and as fast as 8800gt/9800gt when overclocked to 650mhz
Noisy fan + jumping through hoops for warranty replacement
4 May 2011
Summary: This video card started out great - software installed easily, hardware installed easily. Then about a year went by and suddenly the fan became incredibly noisy. It's obvious there are parts rubbing on the fan. Eventually the friction builds up enough heat to shut down your computer.
Summary: I thought that I had come problems with my EVGA 260GTX card, and saw this pny card. For $50 after rebate, I knew I could not go wrong and used it as a troubleshooting device, while my other card went to EVGA for RMA. Since I am building up a second computer, I am leaving this card where it is.
Summary: Bought this card 2 weeks ago to replace 512MB 8500GT card that just couldn't handle newer games with graphic overload. Fear 2 would last 10 minutes on 8500 at minimum settings before giving up the ghost.
Summary: wow, this graphics card is just hot. The picture quality is so good at my 24 inches dvd-d connection, I did not see with any card. Intially, since I was having only 250 Watt ATX power supply in my workstation, and also not having PCI-e 6 pin power connector, I did not got the quality what I was...