Summary: I tried to Cross-Fire this on a motherboard that had an on-board video. It did not have enough lanes to provide any improvements. I thought it was the card, so I ran them separately and they both benchmarked the same. This ended up being a present.
Summary: bought this card off of a friend when he upgraded his system for $50, just so i could play diablo 3. It works great most of the time with settings set to mostly high/medium, alot of lag when in large groups fighting mobs of 100+, but internet connection and CPU could have somthing to do with that too. fan can get a little loud, but still quieter than the other fans in my case. did 32hours of nonstop gaming with no problems.
Summary: Bought this card specifically for great review of video processing from Tom's Hardware. With any video using GPU acceleration (WMV, YouTube) I see static and flicker across the entire screen when the video starts and stops. XFX support was clueless.
Summary: Pick a game, any game! Excellent frame rates at any resolution on my 50 inch plasma, and simultaneously on two 19 inch monitors. It also cost about 40% less than any other good DX 11 card at this time.
Summary: I paid I believe $130 for this card through another retailer, and I couldn't be happier with it. I played Splinter Cell: Conviction first after installing this card, and with all settings max, got about 50 FPS, which isn't bad for the price. Everything I play I set to max, and it runs great. I run some games on my TV via HDMI, and it looks flawless as well. Sound quality through the HDMI is actually better than my onboard sound.
Summary: This card is what probably made ATI/Amd over the top,aka better than Nvidia. It's a bit loud, but who cares? It plays all those big games you dreamed of playing and supports Dx11. Its 1gb buffer is more than sufficient for nearly 99% of today's games for smooth game play. Im going to buy another one and then go cross fire. Seriously look at the price.