Summary: This card has plenty of power to drive video on double HD monitors (27" & 40"). It can drive full HD blu-ray on one monitor and streaming video on a second. Many video editing programs can use the graphics processor to significantly boost editing performance.
Summary: Ok so I got this when the radeon 6000 series was already out so it is 2 series old. This thing is stil amazing the fan is not on too often nor is it too loud and only gets around 50 celsius in my cooler master HAF 932 case. It gets a 7.3 windoews index!!
Summary: I purchased this for my HTPC as this is our source for watching DVD's, Blu-rays, TV etc. My primary reason for purchase was to get better frame rates for the installed games. For that the card works great. However I can no longer watch blu-rays, I get audio only, no video.
Summary: I am very happy with this card. It will fit in a mid-size case with a micro-board. It does require additional power but works fine for me with a 350 watt supply. For a little more I could have gone with the HD 4870 but that is a whole different animal.
Summary: I purchased this card on Newegg for only $54 after MIR to replace a dead 8800GT. I've only owned it for 2 weeks and I can say nothing more than amazing. For the price, this card really does well for most computer users. It handles Crysis 2 at a solid 25-40 fps on the highest settings.
Summary: I love this GPU. I bought one 2 years ago and it is still working perfecly. Now that I had the chance to buy a new Graphical Card, I've choosen to make a ATI crossfire connection and it is working really nice. Ow, and the price is really nice,
Summary: To set the background, this is running crossfire with 2 bridges in a PC with the following other equipment Intel i5-750 (which runs at 2.66 GHz, and has an 8MB cache) Gigabyte motherboard model # GA-P55A-UD4P 8 GB of RAM from Corsair (Corsair 6 GB PC3-12800 1600MHz 240-Pin DDR3) Corsair 850W Power...