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: 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.
Summary: I ordered this on Nov. 16th and amazon lost my package in transit so i called for a refund but ended up getting a replacement order shipped to me on the 18th i opened it up it was a great looking card, i installed it to my pc booted right up download latest drivers and everything seemed great loaded...