Mid-range professional graphics accelerator based on IBM chipset.
Sweetspot priced professional OpenGL card. nVIDIA Quadro 2 Pro killer.
Highest clocked Radeon X800. PE = Platinum Edition.
Highend card. Based on R423 core. Later replaced by X800 XT PE.
Hi-end nvidia card from 2004. Radeon X800 series competitor.
Slowest NVIDIA profi card of year 2009 based on G96 core.
Multimonitor card, supports 4 analog displays. QID stands for Quad Information Display.
Tonga GPU and first AMD card supporting delta compression.
Entry level GPU, based on new 28nm Oland XT core. Card is using x8 PCI-E 3.0 lines.
Renamed Radeon HD7750, with not fully active Cape Verde GPU.
Mainstream 28nm card with Eyefinity support.
First 28nm card on market and hi-end single GPU card from AMD.
Entry level card. Has PCI-E x8 nterface. Cheaper versions use DDR3 memory.
Entry level card based on Radeon HD6670. Used by OEMs mostly.
Highend card. GeForce 7800GTX competitor.
Highend replacement of Radeon X1800 XT with tripled pixel shaders.
Mainstream replacement of Radeon X1900 GT.
Higend profi card based on Radeon X1800.
Profi version of Radeon 9700 PRO with doubled memory size, but underclocked.
Upgraded Voodoo 1 with additional texture unit, more memory, higher clocks and well known SLI mode.
Mainstream level dedicated laptop card.
Intel / AMD chipset with integrated Radeon X300 core.
Mainstream replacement of Radeon X1600 PRO.
Higher clocked Radeon X1600 PRO using GDDR3 memory.
Die shrinked Rage Pro Turbo with integrated TMDS for flat panels and motion compensation.
Entry level card of year 2004. Based on Radeon 9200.
Lowcost Windows multimedia accelerator with EDO support.
New 128bit core, AGP 2x support.
7.5 generation graphics core integrated in Haswell Core i3/i5/i7 CPUs. Supports DDR3L RAM.
Seventh generation graphics core integrated in Ivy Bridge CPUs. With actually working DirectX11.
Modified G70 core for Sony Playstation 3 console.
S3 Vision864 core with VRAM support and increased max memory size.
Replacement of lowend Radeons X300/X550.
Mainstream PCI Express card.
Added Unified Memory Architecture (UMA) for sharing system memory.
Doubled memory size, number of pipelines and added DX6 support.