Pros: Twin Forzr III, Triple Volatage Control, High Quality VRM 8+2 phase power design, More OC possible, Unlocks on some
Cons: Does not have the reference digital VRM control, MSI install CD does not work on x64 Windows 7
Replaced my XFX Radeon 5750 which went into another rig for a few more years of abuse! Took 3dMark11 score from 2200 to 5600!. Plays Dirt how I would like Max out in CCC and in gameplay Ultra settings. I played with this card a bit... drivers, settings etc and have got it to work well on my both my 22'monitor and 42" TV. Ran stock at first then put the grind to it and unlocked with a Mod 6950 BIOS for full shaders and can push clocks way up. Stock at 850/1300 and overclock settings well gaming although not really needed (less shutter) is 975/1400 with 1.25v on core. Not the best chip but it works many others have OC w/ stock voltage. Regardless this card never gets above 65 degrees unless the ambient is way up. Price was high but got a free game and really payed for the voltage adjustment and cooling of the Twin Frozr III. Both Fans on 100% make less noise than my single fan on the 5750, but no need to run them that high because temps are stay low at 50% fan speed.