Summary: This card costed 160USD in February 2012, and it really confuses me why the price now is 250 when there are clearly much better cards like the 7950 that cost the same (if not less) It worked really good at a resolution of 1440x900, Skyrim in max graphics worked most of the time at 60fps.
Summary: Machine: A very modest Lenovo IdeaCentreK330B i3-2120 3.3Mhz Win 7 64x w/500G I've had the card installed for about 24 hours. These reviews proved very valuable to me while researching my GPU upgrade purchase so I felt compelled to relate my experience.
Summary: I had an xfx hd 5670 and it was a really good card for the money (90 bucks) and it ran every game i can throw at it. But i was getting sick of turning the graphics down to play games like battlefield 3 and it still struggled with 30fps. so i bought this card.
Summary: This graphics card greatly improved my PC performance. I bought it for a Hackintosh project I am slowly putting together for the availability of native Mac drivers. My only complaint is that this thing is huge! I was able to cram it into my micro-atx case, but only with considerable difficulty.
Summary: The great thing about this card is I'm playing Skyrim on high settings at 1920x1080. It looks great, and was a good price. The fan runs quieter than my old 8800 GT card (probably because it's a larger diameter fan).
Summary: This Video card works better than the EVGA GTX 470 that I removed. And this card is alot less expensive. The only issues I have with this card is that I have to turn up the fan to full speed on the card, but my Gateway FX6800 has always had overheating issues.