Summary: Direct X 10 is still being supported by basically every game that matters. Worth it if you plan to SLI. SLI'd two of these guys were on par with a GTX 560 TI for games that supported SLI, plus, you can SLI one of these with a 9800 series and I think even a 8800 GTS!
Summary: Runs fairly quiet. Used this to replace a burned up GeForce 9800 GT 512MB PCI-E 2.0 Graphics Card that had a much smaller fan and maybe too much dust stuck in there from years of inattention -oops. Size-wise it's a little bigger, had to use two slots but it fit.
Summary: Seems to work well with Maya. Had a little issue with the drivers because the ones that came with the card were outdated and was causing crashes. It's a pretty outdated videocard for PC games but I needed to run Maya on this card and cards past the 200 series won't have optimal support for 3d...
Summary: Well, it's a good card, good price. If I could add some more details/specs of it. It is "eco," CURRENTLY UNDERCLOCKED. To default the clock rate, you have to use Zotac firestorm overclock tool.
Summary: Good graphic card, is running every single game at max resolution and settings so far, the only thing is, the fan cooler start being loud when it got some work to do, to keep the card cool, but when I'm playing, the speakers don't let me hear it any way.