Entry level desktop card with GDDR3 memory.
Radeon 9800 Pro with full pipelines, but only 128-bit memory bus and lower clocks.
Mainstream card using slower DDR2 memory.
Radeon X300 with doubled memory size on 128bit bus sold in higher lowend segment.
Lower core clocked Radeon X600 on 64bit memory bus.
TIGA accelerator with added VGA core.
Based on Radeon HD 6670. Mid-range professional card with 1GB GDDR5 memory, 3 monitor support, 10-bit colors on DisplayPort.
Mid-range card. Added 8-channel audio for both HDMI and DisplayPort.
HD4870 with GDDR3 memory instead of GDDR5 and lower GPU clock.
1st and last company 3D card with very bad drivers making broken images in most games.
Enhanced GeForce FX 5600 with increased shader performance.
Higher clocked dieshrinked KYRO.
Mainstream game card based on Imagination Technologies' PowerVR Series 3 technology.
GeForce FX 5200 with increased core clock sold mostly with 256MB memory.
Higher clocked AGX014 with added suppport for VL-Bus and faster GUI acceleration.
Lowend mainstream nVIDIA card based on striped G96 core.
IBM Personal System/2 Display Adapter aka 1st VGA card.
Lowcost Parhelia with reduced memory bus and number of pipelines.
Enhanced Rage 128 with AGP 4x, DXTC support and speed improvements.
Radeon X850 XT with lower clocks and disabled 4 pipelines.
Highend card later sold as mainstream solution.
Geforce FX 5200 chip with APG to PCIe bridge.
Bulgarian Motorola 6845 clone used in various East European PC clones.
Higher clocked GeForce 9800 GTX on die shrinked 55nm core.
Cheaper version of ProMotion aT3D without 3D core.
High-end 3D accelerator used in HP VISUALIZE workstations.
Entry 3D card for IBM RS/6000 7044 Models 170/270 and 7043 Models 150/270.
64bit card with MPEG-1 acceleration and integrated Ramdac.