Summary: Its got lots of power. Its overclockable but I don't see the need to. I play Battlefield 4 on 3 screens with Eyeginity on Ultra Preset and getting 63 FPS Stock. Big improvement from my old HD7970. And when/if the fans spool up they only get up to 50% speed and are quiet. VRM and GPU temps have never gone over 59°C.
Summary: The card is rather large for a standard Mid tower case, but it has dual on board GPUs.. XFX basically put 2x the HD 7970's onto one card, crossfired them internally and seen what would happen. Well great job! Pros: Runs every game I have at max without any problems. Even though this 7990 requires nearly 500 watts of power alone (at full power) its still less power than 2x 7970s.
Summary: runs perfect very very quite can not hear the fans even when it is under load amazing frame rates smashing every game with everything turned to the highest levels running at 2450x1440 and at a great price thank you amazon and with the free games best value around and with the new frame pacing drivers it runs smoothly in crossfire about time amd fixed it they have done a great job xfx make the best cards
Summary: Wow, are you serious???? $6,800 for a $999 video card? You need to look around and find a better price. Most on here are going around $1200 or so now after Bitcoins value went through the roof.
Summary: In the video review I recorded with the graphics card at heavy load. The "drop-off" sound at the end was me exiting the application to return the fans to normal state with the graphics card sitting idle. All in all the fans do give off a fairly loud noise when under heavy load but its nothing major.