Summary: Still a smoking hot video card for the PC, if you can find one at the right price like I did. Most if not all games still use Direct X 10 and 11 so; this card rocks. It was the hottest card on the market when it first came out so, its a big bargain now if you can find one. Definitely a Get It.
Summary: Very satisfied and impressed with my 5870XFX. This card performs very well. I really don't have a con but if you really want one, this card is about 10 3/4" in length. That's it. If you want a smaller card you will sacrifice performance e.g. 5770. Why do that. Look no further.
Summary: This Card is a very good choice. isn't the fastest single GPU card actually but for the price (210 bucs) it's the better product to buy. In my case this card run Battlefield Bad Company 2 at 4X AA and 16 AF in 1680x1050 resolution without a problem and others DirectX11's games in high setups...
Summary: I picked up a pair of these to upgrade from my previous Xfire setup. Every game I play including Crysis 2 and Dragon Age 2 perfrom flawlessly with virtually no slowdown. Multisampling at 4x, texture at 16x and 1080p res gives high frame rates (fps hover around 50). Love this card.
Summary: I bought this card a while back for a new gaming PC I built. This card works great! I have been playing many games such as FFXIV, Deadrising 2, and many others and this card hardly has to work to run them. Everything I have played runs very smooth and fast.
Summary: The title gives you an idea of how this card is. I got it shipped to me with a free copy of Aliens Vs. Predators, and what can I say? It runs like a charm. Maxed out settings on Bad Company 2, and still not the slightest hint of lag, even on one of the largest maps in the game.
Summary: I have been building my own PCs for a number of years now. I have to say this is the most powerfull and most well founded GFX card I have ever purchased and used. I modded the card to a watercooled card with ease. Much easier then many of the NVIDIA cards I have worked with.