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Pros: This card worked flawlessly when it worked, I ran all of my games at the highest settings without any framerate or gameplay issues.
Cons: As of today (4/22/2013) my card is no longer working. Over the past few days I had been having problems with my screen freezing and then going to black. When my screen would come back from black, there would be a message displayed that the video driver had stopped working and recovered. It got worse as time went on and eventually when my screen went black, it never came back.
Other Thoughts: I'll be installing an old Raedon 5770 for now while I try to figure out what to do. I will be contacting Galaxy about this problem ASAP.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This is my first custom rig that me and my friend put together, I went with this card because the price when I got it was great and the difference in performance between this card and the 680 wasn't big enough for me to justify spending $60 - $100 more. This card runs all the games I have played so far at max settings without a hiccup. I currently am frequenting Borderlands 2, Far Cry 3, and Skyrim.
Cons: At the time of this review, you can get an EVGA GTX 680 for $400 (I paid $380 for my 670). I thought of sending mine back and ordering the 680, but I'm just too happy with this card to go through all that trouble.
Other Thoughts: Well worth the money, will definitely look at Galaxy cards again next time I upgrade.READ FULL REVIEW