Summary: This card works very well with high graphic games. Can't max out some Total war games but most games I have maxed like Eve Online, Planetside2, World of Tanks/Planes, and many other FPS, and MMO's. It dont run to hot at full workload either but it does get warm just like other cards. For the money it was a very good card.
Summary: I bought this card around a year and half ago and still using it but I want to write a review that one part of this card is missed in the reviews. Just to tell people that this card support excellent 3D content if you have hooked up with a 3D TV, I am using my LG passive 3D TV as monitor. A 50% discounted software can be purchased from Tridef and it will turn your PC into full 3D machine.
Summary: I bought this card because I wanted to do dual or triple screen setups. After using it for an assortment of projects for the past two years I can say this card is great. I am running two screens one at 2560x1920 resolution with no lag. Even if I play a game on my big screen a watch a video on the small one I still have no problems.
Summary: I had my faithful XFX 8800 Ultra since forever; just bought this used one for quality price (got it for like $150) and playing Starcraft 2 and BF3 full rez. excellent (OCd it to 950). if you can it cheap go for it.
Summary: Very good card and am very happy with its performance. It can play all games I throw at it on max settings, with smooth gameplay. It can also run games across 3 monitor eye infinity , but performance decreases if you try to run high end games on ultra. I just went ahead got another to put in crossfire and now there is nothing the two cant handle. The card is quiet up until 55%, after that it gets pretty loud.
Summary: Bought this card mainly for Battlefield 3. I haven't messed with any overclock settings, but I can play on high with vsync enabled and never drop below 60 fps at 1920x1080. I'm certain I could squeeze out more performance but when a game runs and looks almost perfect why bother. On a side note, I upgraded from a HD5770, which ran this game on medium, 1600x900, 48fps steady. Don't let the internet elite tell you spending $300-$400 on a gpu is a must for this game.
Summary: Well I have installed this in my "dream" system, finally, and I can't be happier, so I have ordered a second. I can't wait to see how this plays on my 55 inch LED 3D TV. Again, this card is big, and all the cool graphics on mine, are on the face, so the side is boring, but the card runs great, just need lots of room, and lots of power, to be on the safe side. I have the second card going into my HAF X 942 case.