Summary: I've had this card for about 7 months now and I have not had any troubles with it. It runs great and it is quiet (When Idle but gets a little noisy when playing a graphically intensive game such as ArmA . That could be my CPU fan as well). I get a constant 60fps in most games that I play (Payday 2 and War Thunder) and run at 30fps in DayZ (CPU - AMD 6300 @3.5Ghz) . I love this card and I dont regret buying this at all. I would definitely recommend this card to a friend.
Summary: If you are a mid high gamer as me you need this card. It has the best price of the market compared with their same range cards. This kicks the ass of the Nvidia GTX 650 Ti (Ti boost is obviously better but 50 $ more expensive). Don't buy the HD 7770, this will be much better than it for just 5 - 10 $ of difference.
Summary: Graphics card came as described and had no issues in installing it. Came with drivers but I didn't use because I opted to not have a dvd drive in my build but it was easy to find them online. Great card, doesn't overheat at all, haven't had the fans past 50% when gaming. Would recommend and would buy again.
Summary: Sapphire Radeon HD 7790 is a very good mid range graphics card. It's the Tom's hardware pick of graphics card for $130. I got it here on Amazon for 114,90 with a $15 rebate coupon from Sappire! You can't get a better deal than that! Because it's a Sapphire it preforms a little bit above the specs given on Tom's hardware. It's definately worth your money even at a $130!!
Summary: Product came quickly, looks nice but won't display after plugging in. Fortunately, I have a Nvidia card that I can continue to use until this one is exchanged. Will update when I get one that works.
Summary: I used this in crossfire to game and to mine bitcoin at just around 230Mh/sec/card. At max load it uses about 95 watts at 72 degree C. I'd say this is a great video card because of its efficiency.