Mainstream replacement of Radeon X600.
Lower highend card with disabled 4 pipelines using slow DDR memory.
Replacement of Radeon HD 4830 using faster GDDR5 memories but on 128bit bus with PCB from HD 4870.
1st DX7 chip from ATi and only one real rival to nVidia's Geforce 2. Sometimes called Radeon 7200.
Enhanced Rage 128 with AGP 4x, DXTC support and speed improvements.
Last version of 3D Rage II chip technology. Lowend 3D OEM solution with AGP 1x support.
Renamed Radeon VE to fit as mainstream/lowend solution into new family names (new highend Radeon 8500).
Enhanced GeForce FX 5600 with increased shader performance.
Professional high-end card based on underclocked GeForce FX 5800.
Mid-range profi card based on Radeon X800 using R423 core, also has support for 3D glasses.
Mainstream professional card based on Radeon HD2600 XT with DX10 support.
Radeon 9800 PRO with cut pipelines to half.
Lower clocked Radeon 9600 sold as lowend/mainstream card.
Pentium 4 chipset with DDR333 support and AGP2x/4x.
Downgraded version of 945G with removed 1066FSB, but added Atom 200/300 support.
Added partial MPEG-1 acceleration and bus for connecting HW video accelerator.
Entry level 64-bit chipset with integrated Ramdac.
GUI Accelerator with EDO support.
Die shrink of RIVA TNT2 core with higher clocks.
Doubled memory size, number of pipelines and added DX6 support.
Lowend card of GeForce FX line.
Mainstream card, GeForce 6600GT competitor.
Mainstream professional card based on G96 GPU.
Mainstream card based on defective G92 cores with DDR2 VRAM. Non-OEM variant is based on G94 GPU.
Hi-end card, Radeon HD5850 competition.
Low-end card from the end of 2009 surpassed by Radeon HD5450.
Late revision using NV44 AGP version core and 64bit memory bus.
Ultra-Highend card of GeForce 8 line.
8bit PDS card for Power Mac 7100.
8bit PDS card for Power Mac 8100.
Apple NuBus card.
PDS VIVO card that was supplied with Apple Power Macintosh 6100 AV, 7100 AV and 8100 AV.
Lowend card using TurboCache technology.
Mainstream card of GeForce FX line.