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.
Enhanced Ramdac and higher clocks.
Last company chipset.
2nd gen 3D accelerator and last company chip.
1st company game card with integrated Ramdac using cheaper SGRAM memory.
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.
Faster perspective correction and brilinear filtering.
1st Trident 3D accelerator.
CL-GD5464 chip with AGP support.
1st company game chipset.
Improved Ramdac, DVD acceleration (enhanced motion compensation), added texture compositing and vector quantization compression. Version with AGP 2x support.
Highend version with 8MB VRAM support and enhanced RAMDAC.
2nd company card and 1st succesfull one.
Multimedia accelerator based on programmable DSP.
Modified Voodoo 1 with separated 2D core from other company.
Entry level GPU, based on new 28nm Oland XT core. Card is using x8 PCI-E 3.0 lines.
Mainstream 28nm card with Eyefinity support.
Mainstream replacement of Radeon X1900 GT.
Lowend replacement of Radeon X1300 with core made by UMC.
Entry level card of year 2004. Based on Radeon 9200.
Mid-range professional card with 1GB GDDR5 memory, 3 monitor support, 10-bit colors on DisplayPort.
Hi-end card from 2007. First GPU with 512-bit memory bus on market. Some versions have even faster GDDR4 memory and…
ATI Rage Mobility-P with integrated 4MB SGRAM memory. Based on Rage 128.
HiQVideo mobile accelerator with integrated 2MB SDR memory.
Lowend AM2 chipset later used also on 754/AM3/AM3+ motherboards.
1st DX7 chip from ATi and only one real rival to nVidia's Geforce 2. Sometimes called Radeon 7200.
Low-end edition of Radeon 9200 with 64-bit memory bus.