Lower clocked 7900 GTX with half size of memory and better price.
Best lowend card based on underclocked GeForce 7600 core with disabled 4 pipelines.
Highest clocked card based on Blade T64 chip.
Higher clocked Radeon 9700.
Enhanced mobile Rage LT Pro. Also known as mach64 LM.
Higher clocked Radeon 9600.
Enhanced GeForce 256 with higher clocks and added second texture unit per pipeline.
Enhanced PCX1 with added bilinear filtering.
ATI Radeon 9700 with cut pipelines to half sold as mainstream OEM card.
Early 3D graphics accelerator without texturing support.
Mainstream OEM 3D graphics accelerator.
Unsuccessful predecessor of KYRO.
1st Trident 3D accelerator.
Lowcost SVGA chipset with integrated BIOS.
64-bit GUI Accelerator with external DAC and WRAM support.
Underclocked GeForce3 sold as mainstream card.
Lowend card of GeForce FX line.
1st company game card with integrated Ramdac using cheaper SGRAM memory.
Enhanced Ramdac and higher clocks.
Highend card later sold as mainstream solution.
Fully active R200GL core. Professional card. Based on Radeon 8500.
Added 3D core from Mystique, AGP support, doubled max memory size and enhanced Ramdac.
Highend 3D performance card, based on two ATi Rage 128 Pro using AFR technology.
Mainstream version of Wildcat II 5110.
GLINT R3 (Permedia 3/Oxygen VX1) + GLINT Gamma G1 Geometry processor.
Mainstream card, GeForce 6600GT competitor.
Mid-range 3D accelerator based on Evans & Sutherland REALimage 2100 chipset.
Addon TIGA accelerator.
1st company card with integrated 2D core
2nd company card and 1st succesfull one.
GeForce FX 5200 with increased core clock sold mostly with 256MB memory.
Underclocked 64bit version of Radeon 7500.
Underclocked Intergraph RealiZm Z13 used in Digital (DEC) Alpha 500/600 workstations.
1st DX7 chip from ATi and only one real rival to nVidia's Geforce 2. Sometimes called Radeon 7200.
Hi-end card, Radeon HD5850 competition.