Summary: Update 6/30/2014 - I received the replacement card today, it worked for about 15 minutes but then the screen became covered in green dots / artifacts (usually a sign of issues with the memory on the card) so I tested it in a second computer with the same results. I really wanted to like this card, but I can't keep returning them and wasting my time in the hopes that I will find a good card.
Summary: I upgraded from a HD6000 Series card to this. Installed it and new video drivers and turned on my machine. So far so good, I was getting images on my monitor. Started up Tomb Raider and put max settings, tessellation, ultra graphics, the whole 9 yards. The game ran about 10 minutes beautifully and then crashed. No bsod by the way. So I thought that maybe it was a heating problem, and installed some fans. Booted it up again and it crashed again.
Summary: The card works great! I love it! I can run games on Maximum with a reliable 60FPS! My one complaint is how crappy the cables are that came with it. It comes with two cables for power. They aren't necessary unless your power supply doesn't have the correct cables to hook it up. (You need an 8pin (or 6+2) and a 6pin).