( 4.5 Average / 8 Ratings )
A great cost-effective card. Very happy with it.
No complaints here. This is a solid card in the sub-$200 range, and can often be found for significantly less than that. Fairly compact as modern cards go at just a hair under 8.25" long. Not too noisy or hot-running despite the smaller fans.
Slight issues with the latest drivers for some games, but it's been running great. I've only pushed it a little to 1000 Mhz GPU clock / 1500 Mhz Memory, but I might try a little bit more later.
Runs excellent, can play most modern games on highest settings with ease (MGSV looks amazing). Very quiet despite having two fans. Very cost-effective and recommended for first-time gamer builds.
This is a great card. PowerColor isn't exactly known for making high-end versions of cards, but this really feels like one. The build quality feels great compared to any other GPU I've worked with, and, although it's not marketed as ITX, it's fairly small, at about 8.75 inches. The fans also look really cool for some reason.
Beast GPU. But like the CPU, ended up being a place holder as I'll most likely upgrade it soon enough. Still runs great though.
Good, cost effective card. Runs most games at 60 fps or higher at medium-high. Not the quietest, not the loudest. Although, it does run a little hot. -insert AMD joke-