Unsucessful attempt to make 1st DX7 game card.
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.
1st 128-bit card.
Highest clocked card based on Blade T64 chip.
Fire GL2 with doubled memory size, dual screen and anti-aliasing support.
Hi-end card, Radeon HD5850 competition.
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.
Ultra-Highend card of GeForce 8 line.
Renamed GeForce 9800 GTX+ with increased max memory size.
Hi-end card from 2007. First GPU with 512-bit memory bus on market. Some versions have even faster GDDR4 memory and…
First 28nm card on market and hi-end single GPU card from AMD.
Overclocked HD4870 with some tweaking and faster clocked GPU and memory chips. First card with stock clocked 1GHz GPU(only some…
Highend card of GeForce 8 line.
GeForce4 with highest clocks.
Multimedia windows and game accelerator based on S3 Savage4 PRO.
Mainstream 28nm card with Eyefinity support.
1st DX7 chip from ATi and only one real rival to nVidia's Geforce 2. Later renamed to Radeon 7200.
Based on Radeon HD 6670. Mid-range professional card with 1GB GDDR5 memory, 3 monitor support, 10-bit colors on DisplayPort.
Mainstream card. GeForce4 MX440 killer.
Card for medical use in radiology.
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.