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Pros: When my card was working, I could literally run anything on nearly the highest, if not the highest settings at 1920x1080. The GTX 670 2gb card is a monster for the money. If you're debating, I'd definitely buy one, just not this specific one, or any one from Galaxy. Buy this chip, just not this brand.
Cons: I've had my card since launch day, and up until about 3.5 weeks ago it worked perfectly. I loved playing games on it because it looked amazing and was so fast. The card looked amazing in my case (matched my color scheme!). But then I started to get artifacts and flickering on my display just sitting at the Windows desktop. Now I know any new product has a chance to die. That's not why I am giving this a bad review. If it had died and been replaced I'd have no issue.
The reason this gets 2 eggs is the support (or lack thereof) from Galaxy. I have called or emailed them 12 times now over the last 3 weeks. I have received exactly 2 responses from customer service and 0 from RMA. DO NOT BUY A GALAXY CARD. If it dies you are on your own with a $400 brick. That's seriously all my card is good for now. I had to revert to a friend's GTX 250 which can barely even run the games I used to play, but it's better than not being able to play them. So, in short, buy a GTX 670, but not a Galaxy card.