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Pros: - Met expectations on most games (Runs Metro Last Light on max settings at 5760x1080 quite smooth)
- Installation of cooling unit was very simple
- Beautiful looking card design
Cons: - I'm primarily playing Wildstar these days, and my frame rates are dropping to single digits. I've actually seen 1fps. This is a severe drop off from my previous cards (2x 7970's)
Other Thoughts: For the price, i'd like to be able to play any new game flawlessly. Unfortunately that's not quite the case at the moment.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It's a powerful card. It looks pretty. You get what you pay for, with some exceptions. (See Cons).
Cons: Eyefinity/Surround support (5760 x 1080) is unsatisfactory.
Several games bug out or do not properly load on all 3 monitors.
My taskbar glitches when booting up, loading across the top of all three monitors instead of on the bottom of the middle. It has to be corrected everytime I boot up and occasionally after exiting games as well, which is exceedingly frustrating.
Other Thoughts: Ignoring the bugs, the card runs roughly equivalent to my 2 7970's, which is slightly disappointing, but fine.
Not an AMD fanboy, simply an enthusiast of high performance pc products, regardless of brand.
Rig specs: i7 3770k, 16 gigs ddr3, 7970x2 / 780ti
I reverted back to my 7970's for now.
Pros: Normally an Nvidea man, this was my first Radeon card. I got it for the eyefinity gaming potential and in that it certainly delivers!
I can run BF3 on ultra settings without any hiccups at 5760x1080 resolution.
Cons: My only concern.. I get excessive screen tearing when playing Mass Effect 3 (mostly during cutscenes and dialogues which are only on the center monitor) Not sure what to do about this :-\READ FULL REVIEW