Highend card later sold as mainstream solution.
Entry level card based on Radeon HD6670. Used by OEMs mostly.
Mid-range card. PCI-E versions have GDDR3 VRAM. Added 8-channel audio for both HDMI and DisplayPort.
Lower clocked Radeon HD 3870 using slower GDDR3 memory.
Low-end edition of Radeon 9200 with 64-bit memory bus.
Hi-end Matrox card with 512-bit GPU, triple-head (VGA only) support. Exists also in 256MB version. Supports 10-bit per color channel.
Profi CAD card. IBM 8514/A compactible.
Radeon 9800 PRO with cut pipelines to half.
EGA compactible TIGA card.
3D graphics accelerator based on Evans & Sutherland chipset.
Dualhead professional graphics accelerator based on 3Dlabs GLINT 500TX and GLINT Delta.
Mainstream profi version of Radeon X800 PRO.
Radeon 9000 with increased clocks by 25/150MHz (core/mem).
Addon TIGA accelerator.
Highest clocked card based on Blade T64 chip.
Lowcost solution based on RIVA TNT2 core with max 32MB on 64bit memory bus.
Dualhead 3D accelerator based on Evans & Sutherland REALimage 2100 chipset.
Introduced as AVGA1 from Acumos. Later under Cirrus Logic brand renamed to CL-GD5401.
World's fastest DirectX 11 GPU (in year 2010).
Hi-end single-GPU card with Eyefinity and AMD HD3D support. Locked shaders can be unlocked to get full HD6970 power. GTX570…
Doubled memory size, number of pipelines and added DX6 support.
Added True Color support and 32bit memory bus.
Added memory interleaving for increasing effective memory bus to 64-bit.
Fire GL2 with doubled memory size, dual screen and anti-aliasing support.
Mainstream card with Eyefinity support and GDDR5 memory.
Higher level mainstream card with Eyefinity support. Also added Blu-ray 3D acceleration and playback and stereoscopic 3D gaming.
GeForce 8800 lineup refresh with new VP2 video engine.