Summary: Had this card about a year now , and the only issue ever (not even card related) was trying to figure out how to get the free Batman game that came with it. That was a saga in and of itself calling Amazon support. Back the card. Plug and play simple, even with two different monitors.
Summary: I was a little sketchy when i ordered this card being that is only DX10 and it was made in 2008, but the performance is close to that of a gtx 560. I recommend this card to anyone who is building a gaming pc on a budget.
Summary: Upgraded from a 8800GT. This card is a beast. I play at 1650x1080 and it chews everything up max settings. Would of went with EVGA but they were all sold out for months. EVGA has the 90 day step up and a better warranty.
Summary: Do you have any idea how disappointing it feels to spend $270 on a new Video Card "upgrade" only to find that it is slower than what you have? My specs before upgrade:- 630 watt PSU Windows 64 bit i7-860 2.8ghz CPU GA-P55-UD3L Gigabyte Motherboard 8 Gig of ram GeForce 9800 GTX - 196.34 drivers...
Summary: It's OK card for that price, even the price before rebate is close to a GTX216. The image on Amazon.com is not accurate. It's made according to Nvidia's reference card, but they shrink the heat sink,it's smaller than the reference. So the cooling is not very good.
Summary: The "PNY GTX 275" is a very powerful card. I have an OCZ power supply (600) and this card runs every game I played. I'm very happy with my purchase. Thanks to Amazon.com. Fast delivery and best price.
Summary: Had just one of these installed and was so impressed I bought a second wanting a at least a 50% boost. Now the computer feels almost slower. I need to do tweeking and configure more because I am so far not impressed. Buy one and a great buy. Verdict not in on two.
Summary: This card eats up everything I throw at it, I can play Crysis on high at 1650x1080 with x4 AA and get a solid 45 FPS. More powerful than a similarly priced Radeon HD 4890, quieter, and a few bucks cheaper to boot. (Though less overclocking potential, which doesn't matter to the average user anyway.