High-end dual-monitor accelerator using 2x GLINT R3 rasterisers and GLINT Gamma 2 geometry processor.
High-resolution graphics system designed for the PS/2 line. Graphic accelerator, additional card like the IBM PGC.
High-end workstation accelerator using 2x GLINT R4 rasterisers and GLINT Gamma 2 geometry processor.
Enhanced VGA compactible adapter for IBM PS/2 MCA machines.
Improved XGA-1 with monitor detection and more colors. Still unsuccessful.
Budget competitor of GeForce MX4000.
Low-end budget card made with 40nm process.
Mainstream underclocked version of X1800 with 4 disabled pipelines.
Ultrahigh-end Wildcat accelerator of year 2002.
High performance mobile controller.
Mid-range card. Some PCI-E versions have GDDR3 VRAM. Added 8-channel audio for both HDMI and DisplayPort.
Professional mainstream card based on underclocked GeForce GTS 450.
Pentium 4 chipset with DDR333 support and AGP2x/4x.
Lowend version of i845GE chipset with lower graphics core clock, missing AGP port and only DDR266 support.
Added True Color support and 32bit memory bus.
Lowend Xabre with lower clocks.
1st Trident 3D mobile accelerator, based on 975 chip.
based on ATI Rage Mobility-P with integrated 4MB SDRAM memory.
EGA compactible TIGA card.
2nd company 128-bit card.
3D accelerator based on Evans & Sutherland REALimage 3000 chipset.
DOS card based on Tseng ET4000AX.
Higher clocked dieshrinked KYRO.
64bit GUI Accelerator with increased max memory to 4MB. Whole family was named Alpine.