Summary: Well I have had 2 of these cards now and there was a problem getting from "starting windows" screen to desktop with both. Sometimes I'd just get a blank screen, sometimes after a while I'd get a desktop. If I turned my monitor off and back on all seemed well.
Summary: My youngest got into Minecraft big time and although the graphics are crude, our vintage Nividia Geforce could only handle the game action with a reduced frame rate etc. This card appealed because I am on a mission to silence our family server.
Summary: I was pleased with Amazon's service, as usual, but this card is a disappointment. Putting this in my system disabled the hardware acceleration on my 1st generation i3 530 processor and it seems to do nothing to replace it other than in 3D games.
Summary: The card itself is superb, the Catalyst Control software is utter crap. Constant crashes & it's near impossible to get rid of - this would be 5 stars if I could keep my (AMD!) machine stable...you would think that an AMD card in an AMD PC would work together nicely. Hmmm
Summary: BLUE SCREEN OF DEATH, AMD drivers are badly written, load to slow and cause a recurring BSOD even with latest AMD drivers. Motherboard is an Asus with an AMD chipset Athlon x2 3.0ghz 16gb of RAM Windows 7 Home Premium.
Summary: Bought this to replace the GeForce GTS 240 in my Dell Studio XPS 8000. Very pleased indeed. Fits perfectly. No problem that it occupies the height of two bays. Unlike my old card, it requires no internal wiring, as it draws all its power through the PCI-E slot.
Summary: I received my Sapphire HD 7750 Ultimate earlier today and have just finished putting it through its paces with 3DMark. It's definitely a very respectable card, performance wise, particularly considering the passive cooling.