Summary: Anyone who researches video cards for Linux knows that often you have to use a proprietary driver, which isn't ideal but it works without hassle. I don't do any intense gaming so I can't comment on how it works under that kind of stress.
Pros: I bought this when I started a class on basic computer graphics with OpenGL and it did everything I needed it to for that. Linux Mint recognized it quickly and I installed and activated the proprietary driver and it worked with minimal fuss and hasn't caused me any problems since.
Summary: I was hoping to get QHD output from this card to 2 monitors, but unfortunately it appeared the card didn't support that resolution despite what nVidia's website stated. I downloaded the latest drivers and tried entered a custom resolution in Windows, but no luck.