Added MacroVision support.
Mobile chipset for Pentium 4 and Celerons.
Highend 3D performance card, based on two ATi Rage 128 Pro using AFR technology.
Dedicated graphics for low-end laptops, basically renamed Radeon HD 5470M with more memory.
Downgraded AMD Radeon HD 6750M using only DDR3 memory.
Mainstream level dedicated laptop card.
Low-end budget laptop card. Eyefinity support for 4 monitors.
Lowend mobile solution bit higher clocked than Go 7300.
Mobile chipset for AMD S1 cpu's.
Cost reduced version with integrated Ramdac.
SVGA chipset with integrated RAMDAC and VL-Bus support.
Added partial MPEG-1 acceleration and bus for connecting HW video accelerator.
Lowcost solution based on RIVA TNT2 core with max 32MB on 64bit memory bus.
Highend card of GeForce 8 line.
Lower clocked Radeon X800 XT PE with disabled 4 pipelines.
GeForce2 MX with 64bit memory bus sold as lowend solution.
Overclocked GeForce2 MX sold as mainstream and later lowend card.
Enhanced GeForce 256 with higher clocks and added second texture unit per pipeline.
Doubled memory size, enhanced Ramdac, added AGP 2x and SDRAM support.
Early gaming accelerator based on NVIDIA NV1.
1st company game card with integrated Ramdac using cheaper SGRAM memory.
World's fastest DirectX 11 GPU (in year 2010).
Doubled memory size, number of pipelines and added DX6 support.
Mainstream card with increased clocks compared to RIVA TNT.
Lowcost OEM solution based on RIVA TNT2 core with 64bit memory bus and only AGP2x support.
1st 4 pipelines chip and 1st DX7 game card.
2nd ATi 3D chip. Added palettized textures and 16 bit z-buffer.
Last version of 3D Rage II chip technology. Lowend 3D OEM solution with AGP 1x support.
Only renamed 3D Rage Pro AGP 2x chip with released new drivers in 1998.
Enhanced Rage 128 with AGP 4x, DXTC support and speed improvements.
Die shrinked Rage Pro Turbo with integrated TMDS for flat panels and motion compensation.
Renamed Radeon SDR with doubled memory size.
Mid-range targeted card, first ATi with 150nm litography, aimed on GeForce 2 Ti.
64bit GUI Accelerator with increased max memory to 4MB. Whole family was named Alpine.
3D graphics accelerator based on 3DLabs GLiNT 300SX.