Summary: I got it pretty cheaply from a sale with Prime shipping. Didn't get a faulty one, packaging was good and it works like a charm. I mean if your rig is not a serious gaming rig, this works fine.
Summary: Have had good performance for the price I paid. One thing I am not overly impressed with... micro-stutter. In terms of pure fps (frames per second) comparisons, this card measures up well to it's nVidia competitors. BUT in many games I get quite a bit of micro-stutter.
Summary: This video card is perfect for mid range gaming and it is fully capable of any game out there right now. I bought this second one for a Crossfire setup and I love it. I got them both for a steal on Amazon and I highly recommend them to any person interested in gaming.
Very good card -- awesome with latest ATI Video Drivers released Nov '13!
Amazon Customer, Amazon
18 November 2013
Summary: Good overall card. Allows me to crank some games up to higher level than I've been able to with the 7750 card. I do notice when its cranking away in Total War Rome 2 it gets pretty hot in my desk area containing my tower. No alarms yet just saying I notice the heat a tad more.
Summary: Built a new system 2 months ago, and went with 2 of these cards running in crossfire. I use this machine as a media/home theater/gaming system. It handles everything with ease. Currently running 2- 27" LED monitors and use the HDMI out running to an Hd Projector on a 120" screen.
Summary: I run these cards in crossfire and find that they can run any game thrown at it... even on ultra settings. However, don't be expecting to max out most games out despite what you read. Once you start enabling the special rendering effects and tesselation, your system is gonna take a hit.