Summary: They have a good card but their warranty is nin-existance. I have purchase a card last year, few month back went dead I have tried to contact retailer, no longer in business, normal, then contacted XFX the following is the results: [ 10/18/2011 10:54:39 PM] dead [JEDY 10/19/2011 10:03:31 AM] Hi, thanks for your message,can you provide more details of the problems you are experiencing.regards Jedy [ 10/19/2011 7:32:42 PM] no video running on asus motherboard with 4gb ram...
Excellent value for durable and SLI ready graphics cards
6 October 2011
Summary: I bought this card because the card that came with my Dell Dimesion E520 2.8 GHZ dual core machine couldn't handle adobe Photoshop (full version). An error kept coming up " need more memory or better graphics card" This card did the trick. I have had no problems with the card and Photoshop works smoothly and efficiently. For all you photography enthusiasts, this is an affordable graphics card that is comparable to the newer gt 220.
Summary: This card is made with subpar components, the fan is very noisy + sneaky warranty tactics are used by the manufacturer! I had the card for alittle over two years when some of the capacitors blew. Come to find out the capacitors are well known for their poor quality. I thought that I would be able to get a replacement card because of the lifetime warranty.
Good card. A little underpowered for current games
David Lio, Amazon
14 August 2011
Summary: I've had two of these cards SLI'd for about 3 years. Although they held up for a bit, they are currently underpowered for today's games. SLI support has gotten better over time but still has some hiccups from time to time. For classic gaming and normal computing this card is good but if you want to play modern/new games, look elsewhere.
Summary: Just to let everyone know XFX uses bad capacitors, and their lifetime warranty is actually 1 year. Bad parts, bad service #fail. The capacitors are "Sacon FZ" capacitors that typically fail within a year; unfortunately mine failed after the 1 year XFX warranty. Contacting their support for a warranty claim led to a "There are no service options for this card." response.
Summary: I payed $50 for this card off newegg in 2006, it's warranty expired in 2007. It is mid 2010, it died last week. I ran its 24/7 for almost those 4yr you do the math it lasted heck of a long time. It would've went for more but the thermal paste just dried out and then made the card overheat.