Summary: I bought card from a previous owner, it was two years old a little dirty but still works great. I connected it with another XFX 8800GT with SLI connector that came with motherboard. I would check to make sure you have connector before buying another card because it must be compatible to your motherboard. I have had it for about a week, so far working great. I am using two 1GB memory cards but will be adding another 1GB.
Summary: XFX support has not failed me, card failed after three weeks ( no video out) and they fixed it within three weeks (lifetime warranty). Fan was runnning full speed and XFX sent new fan assembly same day - no questions asked. Card is work great,, will look for upgrade in a couple of years from XFX.
Summary: This video card is a great card. It is easily overclockable if you so desire. The fan is rather loud and it gets hot, but knew that going into this purchase. After market cooling is always an option to address this. Drivers have been abundant and actually purchased a second card for SLI. I would recommend this card to any gamer that wants a good card that can handle all games out there today. (Crysis the usual exception, but when OC'd it can muster up pretty good FPS).
Summary: I bought this card to install on an old computer, I ended up sending it back. I got a new computer, the Gateway FX series with the same card. It is blazing. It has no hangups. I don't think that it can tackle Crysis without flaws, but nothing really can, from what I hear. Well worth getting. Make sure you know the slot before you buy one, though, or you are going to be sending it back!
Summary: I picked this up with a rebate so it was fairly cheap, though the performance is remarkable for the price. This thing kicks major butt in Crysis and pretty much anything else. The one flaw it seems to have is a poorly programmed cooler that only speeds up once the temps have reached nearly critial ranges.