Summary: get this if you need just one monitor does not work for muiltiply monitors and you better hope you don't get a faulty card because the support is really bad ive sent 2 email regarding my problems and not once have they replyed
Pros: HDMI - -X2 DVI
Cons: Driver Disk just links you to an out of date driver. - Muilt-Threading problems - Horrible support from powercolor.ca
Summary: I bought this card for about $100 during a boxing day sale to upgrade my HD 5570. I can only fit a single-slot card in into my system and this seems to be the most powerful one on the market. Performance is excellent in my Quad Core Q6600 powered Dell Optiplex 755. I can play almost any game on Ultra settings at 1920x1080 with 4X MSAA on my 50" Samsung Plasma.
Pros: Great performance for the price, Very quiet, Low power consumption, Single-slot design
Cons: 256-bit memory bandwidth would have been nice, Not the best ambient occlusion performance in some games
Summary: Got a $99 white box edition of this on black friday so it was a pretty good deal ..very very loud at stock settings i used msi afterburner to set a quieter fan curve and all is well also overclocked to 1100/1250 no problem and im playing bf3 at 1080p with all settings maxed out 40-50fps and temps max out around 80c..whips my old 4830 pretty good in everything while using way less power..
Summary: It is a very good card if U want 2 play the latest games at high settings go for this card I am playing the games @1366x768 RES with high settings with dx11 and it performs very good...below U can see the framerates.. GTA iv high..40-45 fps GTA eflc...45 fps Resident evil 5...60 fps locked Assassins creed brotherhood...55-60fps Assasins creed revelations...
Summary: i am using the version 2 of this card and runs all the present new games at 1080p ultra settings even i campared the benchmarks of supphire or asus with it i get around same or in sum cases better performance than them really happy with this one
Summary: This is a good card. It doesnt use a lot of power, so it doesnt generate a lot of heat either. however since its at ~10K now, the 6850 is a much better choice at the moment. the 6850 exceeds by a good margin in memory bandwidth, pixel fill rate and GFLOPs(computational power) source: knowledge
Summary: OK.... I haven't checked the full performance of this card until my last review.. but now i can say that i am satisfied by its performance..... My rig: Intel core i-5 3570, 3.4 GHz, Zion 4 GB 1333 MHz RAM, 500 GB seagate barracuda HDD, Powercolor AMD/ATI HD 7770 Graphics card, Win 7, 64 BIT with DX11 When i got this card i was really disappointed coz i ordered sapphire card with same spec.