Summary: Pros: Stays cool (see other thoughts) Looks good fans are not that loud Other Thoughts: Card idles at about 40°c under load about 75°c under stock fan setting. Used MSI afterburner to set custom fan speed. Max of 60°c under load. Got it overclocked to 925/1475 and scored lower on bench mark.
Excellent Product... Perhaps not the best choice fo Micro ATX
16 February 2012
Summary: This is a great card able to crank any game I have tested it with so far to its max capabilities and still isn't making this card sweat. A note for those potential buyers I would be weary of utilizing this case with a Micro ATX case as though I was able to get it in the box, with it functioning...
Summary: If your looking for a card that can run all games for the most part on super high setting and something you can not hear like most cards then this is the card for you. Pros for this Video card. Plays BF3 in ultra settings at 1080P great! Runs vary quiet! Great Warranty! Nice looking card!
Summary: runs everything! OC'd to the max! no issues, runs cool and flawless! BF3 ultra/high and skyrim on ultra pushing 40fps. Very happy with the card hope the seller will have another for this price soon i will buy!
Summary: This card was a fantastic upgrade from my Radeon HD 5830. It sucks a decent amount of power at load (I think it maxes at 120 Watts), and certainly warms up...but it operates flawlessly. Driving two monitors with a bare desktop, it idles at about 50 degrees celsius.
Summary: I purchased this card as an upgrade to my GEFORCE 9800 GT, looking forward to Battlefield 3, Skyrim, Batman, etc. coming out. I wanted to get an Nvidia card, I've always favored them; they look slick, their demos, and prevalent advertising, but my ASUS P6T SE didn't support SLI, just CrossfireX.