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Pros: low power draw, runs very cool, impressive performance so far.
Cons: You're not going to tackle the latest titles at high res/fps, but you should know this going in. The 7770/7790 is probably an overall better deal if you're looking to game on a budget, but I didn't want to risk getting a card that wouldn't run on my existing PSU.
Other Thoughts: Running this in an HTPC, with has some old-ish components, and does some double duty as a mild gaming machine for the living room. I haven't had too much time to play around lately, but I do know that this little card runs Skyrim on high with good fps (40-60) on 1366x768 resolution. It isn't 1080p, but that doesn't bother me on my 47" Sony. Its still pretty, and looks/plays much nicer than the ps3 version. I also do F@H in its off time, and the card by itself will get about 12k PPD. Even running at full tilt (folding) in my warmish house, it hasn't crept much past 50c, and idles in the 30's. Couple that with the fact that I didn't have to upgrade my existing 350 watt power supply, I'm a super happy camper. Haven't even overclocked yet! WEI graphics scores both at 7.4 @ stock frequencies.
Phenom 550 OC'd to 3.5ghz
4gb Corsair DDR2 RAM @ 800
HD 7750 (no OC)