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.
Added 2nd texture unit per pipeline and HeadCasting engine (Vertex Shader).
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.
Profi CAD card. IBM 8514/A compactible.
Radeon 9800 PRO with cut pipelines to half.
EGA compactible TIGA card.
3D graphics accelerator based on Evans & Sutherland chipset.
Dualhead professional graphics accelerator based on 3Dlabs GLINT 500TX and GLINT Delta.
Mainstream profi version of Radeon X800 PRO.
Radeon 9000 with increased clocks by 25/150MHz (core/mem).
Addon TIGA accelerator.
Highest clocked card based on Blade T64 chip.
Lowcost solution based on RIVA TNT2 core with max 32MB on 64bit memory bus.
Dualhead 3D accelerator based on Evans & Sutherland REALimage 2100 chipset.