Summary: The first Sapphire Radeon HD 7770 GHZ 1 GB DDR5 HDMI/DVI-I/DP PCI-Express Graphics Card I ordered was defective, but the Amazon return and replacement service was fast and easy, and the second card arrived faster than I expected. The card works great, was easy to install, and my graphics are smooth and vivid. I used it to mine bitcoins for a while, and got a decent hashrate, but now that ASICs are out my graphics card has been retired to game playing and movie watching.
Summary: I think this product will do great in a gamers set-up,the only problem is that your gonna need a fan to keep your computer from overheating.But for the most everything runs on max graphics now
Summary: I needed an upgrade to keep up with current games and truthfully, you will not be cranking everything to ultra with this card. But you will get a low power and quiet card that will pump out serious frame rates as long as you make some judicious choices about graphic options. Better cards for the money? Maybe but I wanted the power savings too. To each there own.
Summary: Was previously using a combination of an nVidia card (2 DVI out) and onboard Intel video to connect 3 monitors, but this doesn't allow for playing widescreen games (racing, flight, etc.). This card includes everything necessary to connect 3 monitors (using the 2 DVI-out and the included HDMI to DVI adapter). This allows the use of Eyefinity to run 5760x1080 resolution in order to play games in full surround.
Summary: So i got this to keep on a decent budget and still be able to do my video editing and well so far its done great, now some stuff you need to know. In a 32 bit OS system your computer will only see 4gb of ram but it will show 3.25 area due to OS system pulling from your ram, well the same goes for video card so a 1gb video card your going to be in the 512mb area.