Highend profi graphics accelerator based on Evans & Sutherland chipset.
Fully active RV770 GPU, GeForce GTX260 killer.
Radeon 9600 core modded for PCI-E support sold as lowend solution.
Mainstream card with Eyefinity support and GDDR5 memory.
GeForce 8800 lineup refresh with new VP2 video engine.
Added 2nd texture unit per pipeline and HeadCasting engine (Vertex Shader).
Celeron lowend chipset with integrated i752 graphics missing AGP bus support.
Mainstream replacement of GeForce 8600 GTS.
Downgraded GeForce 8800 GTX with less memory and shaders.
Low-end card from the end of 2009 surpassed by Radeon HD5450.
Profi version of Radeon 9700 PRO with doubled memory size, but underclocked.
Enhanced PCX1 with added bilinear filtering.
Highend 3D performance card, based on two ATi Rage 128 Pro using AFR technology.
Lower clocked Radeon 9800 PRO limited to 128MB.
Unsuccessful predecessor of KYRO.
1st NVIDIA workstation card based on higher clocked GeForce 256 core.
HD2900 XT replacement on new process and new core with some new features.
Entry level GPU, based on new 28nm Oland XT core. Card is using x8 PCI-E 3.0 lines.
Hi-end card based on two HD3870's with higher clocks and 1GB VRAM.
First 40nm GPU on market. Radeon HD 4830 killer.
Low-end budget card made with 40nm process.
Lowend mainstream nVIDIA card based on striped G96 core.
Late revision using NV44 AGP version core and 64bit memory bus.
Highend card later sold as mainstream solution.
Entry level card based on Radeon HD6670. Used by OEMs mostly.
Mid-range card. PCI-E versions have GDDR3 VRAM. Added 8-channel audio for both HDMI and DisplayPort.
Lower clocked Radeon HD 3870 using slower GDDR3 memory.
Low-end edition of Radeon 9200 with 64-bit memory bus.
Hi-end Matrox card with 512-bit GPU, triple-head (VGA only) support. Exists also in 256MB version. Supports 10-bit per color channel.