( 4.0 Average / 11 Ratings )
Works well for my needs, installed nicely easily, runs cool. Friend's GTX 760 outscored it on 2D graphics though...
Awesome card great FPS would of given 5 stars if DVI wasn't NEEDED for video output. but by far worth getting over the 970 for an extra $100
Fast and quiet. Cant ask for much else. Runs most of my games and 40-60 fps at Max Settings.
Plays most of my games at max settings in 1080p. Awesome cooler, too!
Great compromise between size and power. The fan also only start when the graphic card is over 25+% load. So it is completely silent when you are just watching video or browsing the web.
Great for 1080p gaming at 60 fps or 1440 at 40 ish fps in ultra settings. However don't expect to get more than that out of it.
Great card so far, scores well in benchmarks against a lot of friends. Wish this one had a backplate though D: but that's okay.
It is pretty good for what games I am playing at the time but I know I'm going to have to upgrade within the next year to year and a half. Game are getting more demanding.
Solid performer for the money I paid. I have mine OC to 1.3 Ghz core and 8 Ghz memory running at 50% fan speed. Even at this level it's silent and doesn't go beyond 65 degrees C.
I seem to have got a relatively weak GPU on mine as others are seeing offsets of 150-160MHz compared to my 110MHz; however, my memory is clocked higher than most I've seen with a 500MHz offset, so I'll take it.
Paired with my stock i3 6100 and Gigabyte Z170 Gaming 5 ITX motherboard, it's good for 6,950 in 3D Mark Fire Strike with a graphics score of 8,626.
I do wish it had a backplate, though not for any functional reason. At least the PCB is black!