GUI Accelerator with PCI support.
Renamed slightly higher clocked Radeon 9500 PRO sold in OEM segment.
Quadhead card based on 4 3Dlabs Permedia 2 chips.
256-bit mobile chip with integrated 2MB SGRAM memory.
ATI Rage Mobility-P with integrated 4MB SDRAM memory.
GeForce2 MX with 64bit memory bus sold as lowend solution.
Entry level 3D card, based on Radeon 9000 with AGP 8x support.
High Performance MultiMedia Flat Panel / CRT GUI Accelerator with Embedded PanelLink Interface.
Enhanced mobile Rage LT Pro. Also known as mach64 LM.
Enhanced Ramdac and higher clocks.
1st company game card with integrated Ramdac using cheaper SGRAM memory.
1st and last succesfull 3Dlabs mainstream chip.
Improved Ramdac, DVD acceleration (enhanced motion compensation), added texture compositing and vector quantization compression.
Added 3D core from Mystique, AGP support, doubled max memory size and enhanced Ramdac.
Added DX7 and DDR memory support.
Lowcost card limited to 32MB on 64-bit memory bus.
Mobile version of 3D Rage Pro. Integrates TV-Encoder, LVDS, and Dual CRT Controllers + low graphics subsystem power.
Last version of 3D Rage II chip technology. Lowend 3D OEM solution with AGP 1x support.
Added DX6 support and DVD acceleration.
Enhanced 128-bit graphics engine with ViRGE/GX2 3D core and faster RAMDAC.
Added AGP support, integrated TV-Out, DuoView technology and partial DVD acceleration.
Last company chipset.
2nd gen 3D accelerator and last company chip.
Improved Ramdac and added DVD acceleration.
Most sold 6326 version.
1st and last company 3D card with very bad drivers making broken images in most games.