Summary: Ive been using this for 2 months and i cant complain. you get what you pay for a cheap card with good performance. i have: intel core i3 530 6 GB DDR3 1333 msi h55m-p31 500 GB HDD 350 watt PSU (400 peak) 1366x768 monitor here are the benchmarks: BF3 high settings whith AA off 25-30 FPS. DMC: devil may cry ultra 40-55FPS. crysis 3 high-medium AA off(all of them) 30-40FPS. assassins creed III(pirated version)all settings normal 20-70 FPS(that 20FPS was only in boston).
Summary: Play's most of the free to play games out there on high settings, 720p. I had a 9400gt before, so for me it is a big upgrade. For the price, good, but spending $20 more on a 6670 or even the gt 640, might be a better upgrade for the money. But a good card.
Summary: If you need a cheap video card that performs well, this one works pretty good. Currently using this for a low powered HTPC using an old Core2Duo CPU, mainly for watching 1080P video and playing newer games at a respectful frame rate (around 30-35 FPS for StarCraft 2 with mix of high and ultra graphics settings at 1080P).
Summary: I've been anticipating these 6000 series of cards with Hyper Memory and its definitely some interesting piece of technology HyperMemory allows the graphics card to share its own and use the mainboard ram together to produce a pretty good level of performance on budget price. [...] I tested it out with CS:GO, league of legends, dota II - and its pretty flawless runs SC2 and Diablo pretty decently as well.