Summary: If you have an intel motherboard do not buy from Zotac. Your computer will not boot. Other manufacture's like EVGA offer a bios update for the card that allow the card to work normally on an Intel motherboard. I would have returned this card for an EVGA or one of the many other brands that offer a bios compatibility update.
Summary: This was my first experience with Zotac products and unfortunately it ended up being a huge disappointment. It didn't work on any of the output ports and any computers I own / manage. Returning.
Summary: I thought this card would be less than it really is, it is awesome, the front is fully made of metal, i thought by the images it was plastic, but it is really strong and it works just perfect, i haven't played a lot of games but the ones i've played are played just awesomely, the one where i saw it was great was with Black Flag 50-70 Fps Just Awesome, i had just one problem, the client service is not that great, they take a lot to solve problems, but at the end they...
Summary: Anytime you can get a top-tier graphics card for under $300 is a great deal... this one is no exception. This card is LONG... barely fits in my Antec mid-tower case (literally gives no room to spare)... make sure you measure accordingly to ensure fitment in your rig. It WILL play just about any game you throw at it with all the eye-candy turned on.
Summary: I tried this on 4 different computers with 4 different motherboards/cpus/SSDs/monitors. Still would not stop blacking out the screen and killing the mouse/keyboard after windows boot. 2 nights staying up till 2AM troubleshooting this product with no luck. I'm very tech savvy and this was very disappointing. My fingers still hurt from all the cables I had to pull.