Low-end budget laptop card. Eyefinity support for 4 monitors.
Lower clocked Radeon 9600 sold as lowend/mainstream card.
Enhanced and higher clocked SiS 651 with DDR400 and AGP 8X support.
Radeon X300 with doubled memory size on 128bit bus sold in higher lowend segment.
Mobile chipset supporting both Intel / AMD cpus.
Mainstream card of GeForce 6 line using slower DDR1/GDDR2 memory.
Higher lowend card using uncut G86 core.
Entry level VGA solution.
Hi-end card based on two HD3870's with higher clocks and 1GB VRAM.
Ultra highend dual-GPU card. Basically two Radeons HD 6970 on single PCB.
Lower mainstream mobile chip.
Highend 3D graphics accelerator with Genlock support.
OEM 3D graphics accelerator with integrated Geometry Accelerator.
Highend 3D graphics accelerator with Geometry Accelerator.
OEM 3D graphics accelerator.
3D graphics accelerator used in TDZ 2000 workstations.
3D graphics accelerator used in TDZ-310, TDZ-410 and TDZ-610 workstations.
Mainstream card with Eyefinity support and GDDR5 memory with slightly less shaders than HD5770.
Mainstream card with Eyefinity support and GDDR5 memory.
GeForce4 MX 440 with lower clocked memory.
Underclocked GeForce3 sold as mainstream card.
Lowend card of GeForce FX line.
Underclocked GeForce FX 5900 sold as higher mainstream card.
Modified desktop 9800 GT for big laptops.
World's fastest DirectX 11 GPU (in year 2010).
Highend professional card based on GeForce4 Ti 4800.
Overclocked GeForce2 MX sold as mainstream and later lowend card.
1st 4 pipelines chip and 1st DX7 game card.
Lowend lower clocked chipset for Intel Core 2 limited to DDR2 667.
Geforce 6150 chipset with enhanced TV-Out and HDMI support.
Lowcost version of 945G with removed PCI Express x16, DDR2 667 and 1066FSB support.
Lower clocked Radeon HD 2900 XT.
Underclocked profi version of GeForce 6600 GT.
Hi-end single-GPU card with Eyefinity and AMD HD3D support. Locked shaders can be unlocked to get full HD6970 power. GTX570…