Summary: This was bought to replace the old video card. All the specs line up as they are described. This video card was so great that it is now able to play top notch games/videos that the other parts of the computer cannot even handle right now.
Summary: I was able to get it to display to three monitors. The downside is that it doesn't support eyefinity exactly. It is adequate for the average gamer but not those of us who desire an awesome gaming experience.
Summary: Sorry to take so long to review this. I set it aside to install later and when I did it just worked. Period. No glitches. No frustrating battles with support or anything. I forgot it was in there. That is good. It plays everything I want to play on it. It runs multiple large HD screens without any problems at all. Handles everything I throw at it. Good price too. I know that there are better.
Summary: I'm using this card in my secondary gaming PC and have been very happy with the image quality and performance. It has handled everything I've thrown at it very well. The smaller size makes it fit in older and smaller cases without removable drive bays.
Summary: Purchased this after much research as an upgrade to my HD 4600 series, and I was not disappointed. Easy to install, just make sure you have two PCIe slots available (takes one slot, but it's wide) and at least a 500W power supply (it requires an independent connection to the power supply). Runs so quiet, I can barely tell my PC is on. With 1920x1080 resolution, I get 60fps on Skyrim on Ultra, but with some of the settings toned down.
very good card for the price and power consumption
2 March 2014
Summary: bought this for Dogecoin mining. Gets about 350 khash/s slightly overclocked. Also play WOW, this replaced my old 4870. I get the same framerate but uses half the power and its silent even when mining. I still have to play on low settings but I am pushing a 24" monitor and it costs $139 with the rebate.
Summary: I bought this video card by its price and benchmarks, so I installed it with a Core i7 3770 and 16GB RAM, and finally I HAVE A GREAT GAMMER PC!!! I can play Tomb Raider at Maximun settings at 1440x900. Seems very great and I'm so proud of it.
Summary: I got this card to put in my HTPC, but I had an issue where the HDMI port would work fine until you installed the AMD driver - then I could get no picture. All other video ports worked just fine, and the HDMI works just fine until the AMD driver is installed. It works great with the generic windows driver, but not with the AMD driver. I replaced it with a GTX 660 Superclocked and that works just fine via HDMI.
Summary: I have this card in my gaming rig. As a single card it is tough and manageable. This review was asked of me when I bought a second card to crossfire. The manufacturer has changed the card. The card badge (labeling) now says "7000 Series" not "7850" its protective cage is a little flimsy-er.and they have some new plastic in places where it is not needed that could lead to some air flow issues.
Summary: I got a used one for 130 dollars and it runs battlefield 4 on high with frame rates ranging in between 40 to 60 on 1080p. That was a huge jump from an AMD Radeon 7570 which could barely run the game on low. I also can have ultra on but the frame rates decrease enough to tell that you should not run it on ultra.