I bought one of their 7900GS cards because it was AGP and Dual DVI. When I received the card I immediately thought the cooler was very wimpy and flimsy. Upon first boot I noticed what I thought were extremely high temperatures even at idle. 80C and when pushed I'd discontinue the test when it went over 90C. This is in a rack mount 3u case w/ fan wall and massive amounts of air flow. Case and CPU temps stay below 100F Called XFX and they said 'normal' It's now two months later, I don't game, don't push, I just run two displays and do my work. It's now got severe artifacting all over and is clearly ready to die. Called XFX, they say 'send it in' I said 'I use this machine every day, I cannot put it down while I wait for you to inspect it, please cross ship a non-defective card'. They refused. They will not cross ship under any conditions. So, if you want an XFX, you should be aware that their cards run abnormally high temperatures due to lousy fans and that their warranty policy may put you down for a couple weeks. XFX is NOT a good solution in a professional market. Should be only slated for toy markets where it does not matter if the computer is down for weeks at a time.