Summary: Great, Great Card! The dual bios is extremely handy, not to mention the cooler on it. I have another 7950 that I crossfire with this one and this one will generally run 3-5c cooler than the other one. On 3dmark, I now score 40% higher than the GTX Titan with my crossfire setup. System Specs: i7 4770k OC to 4.5Ghz ASUS Maximus VI Hero Z87 Motherboard 16GB Gskill Trident X 2400mhz DDR3 Memory (40GB/sec transfer) 2 x 2TB 7200 RPM Toshiba in RAID 0 256GB Samsung 840 Pro 2 x...
It's a little glitch but it can be really annoying especially when you don't know the trick of re-plugging ...
Alan K., Amazon
17 August 2014
Summary: Just to let other customers to be aware, this graphic card works well with my mid-2010 Mac Pro. Playing a Mac game is a bliss now. The only one complain I have on this card is that the monitor will stay black when I wake-up the machine from long sleep. I did some research and only solution I found is to unplug my mini-display port cable and plug it back in. Then, monitor displays what it should.
Summary: I love this thing. For most of my graphically needy games I can run them on high or max graphics settings. Never had a issue with it overheating or dying on me. Would recommend for anyone looking for a upgrade.
Summary: New life for my late 2010 Mac Pro! I installed this card nearly a year ago and it has worked continuously since then, day in, day out. OS X Mountain Lion recognized it right away, never had to load a driver. When I upgraded to Mavericks, again, no problem.
Summary: I was hesitant to buy this card, since it says it requires a Mac Pro 4,1 or 5,1 but I'm glad I did. I pulled out my trusty Radeon 5870 and popped this 7950 into my Mac Pro 3,1. I had no issues setting it up in OS 10.9, 10.6 and Windows 7. I was very pleased to see that frame rates went through the roof in my favorite (full screen HD) games. My one and only complaint is that the fan is just slightly louder than the 5870 was. Overall, two big thumbs up!
Summary: I am now back to using my under-powered stock Nvidia card. After initially working well, albeit with a significant increase in noise at start up and under load, this card developed intermittent problems. The screen just went black. Then one day it failed to stopped working at all. Was a nice boost in graphics in games while it lasted. Very expensive for something with reliability issues.