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Founded in 1993. Focused on game & profi cards.1st card - NV1 (1995)
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Higher mainstream card using faster GDDR3 memory.
Mainstream card of GeForce 6 line using slower DDR1/GDDR2 memory.
Underclocked GeForce 6600 with only 4 pipelines using DDR1 memory.
Bit higher core clocked GeForce 6200.
Profi dualhead card based on GeForce 6200.
Mobile version of NV44 core on 64bit memory bus.
Late revision using NV44 AGP version core and 64bit memory bus.
Lowend GeForce 6200 with new core and reduced memory size.
OEM version of GeForce 6200TC using lower clocked DDR2 memory.
Midrange profi card based on GeForce FX 5900.
Enhanced less heating GeForce FX 5800 with doubled memory bus width and better shader performance.
Underclocked GeForce FX 5900 sold as higher mainstream card.
Professional high-end card based on underclocked GeForce FX 5800.
Geforce FX 5700 with APG to PCIe bridge.
Higher clocked GeForce FX 5700 using DDR2 memory.
Enhanced GeForce FX 5600 with increased shader performance.
Underclocked version of GeForce FX 5700 with 64/128bit memory bus.
Higher clocked GeForce FX 5600.
Mainstream card of GeForce FX line.
Lowend profi card based on GeForce FX 5500.
Geforce FX 5200 chip with APG to PCIe bridge.
GeForce FX 5200 with increased core clock sold mostly with 256MB memory.
Higher clocked GeForce FX 5200.
Lowend card of GeForce FX line.
OEM underclocked version of GeForce FX 5200.
Highend professional card based on GeForce4 Ti 4800.
Renamed GeForce4 Ti 4400 with updated core supporting AGP 8x.
GeForce4 Ti 4200 with updated core supporting AGP 8X.
Highend professional card based on GeForce4 Ti 4600.
GeForce4 with highest clocks.
Professional mid-range card based on GeForce4 Ti 4400.
Enhanced GeForce3 with higher clocks, added second Vertex Shader and using Lightspeed Memory Architecture II.
Renamed GeForce4 MX 440-8X with lower clocks and mostly 64bit memory bus.
Faster clocked GeForce4 MX 440.
Professional lowend card based on GeForce4 MX 440-8X.
GeForce4 MX 440 with updated core supporting AGP 8X.
Enhanced GeForce2 MX with DDR memory support using Lightspeed Memory Architecture II.
GeForce4 MX 440 with lower clocked memory.
Lowend replacement of GeForce2 MX 200 with 64bit memory bus.
Higher clocked GeForce3.
Underclocked GeForce3 sold as mainstream card.
Geforce 3 based Quadro graphics.
Added DX8 support (vertex+pixel shaders) and new memory controller (Lightspeed Memory Architecture).
Last version of GeForce2 with core clock of Ultra and memory clock of GeForce2 Pro.
GeForce2 Ti with lower core clock.
Highend GeForce2 with increased clocks.
GeForce2 GTS with increased memory clock to 400MHz.
Enhanced GeForce 256 with higher clocks and added second texture unit per pipeline.
Mainstream professional card based on GeForce2 MX.
Overclocked GeForce2 MX sold as mainstream and later lowend card.
GeForce2 MX with 64bit memory bus sold as lowend solution.
Mainstream card based on cut core of Geforce2 GTS by 2 pipelines using cheaper SDR memory.
GeForce 256 with DDR memory.
1st NVIDIA workstation card based on higher clocked GeForce 256 core.
1st 4 pipelines chip and 1st DX7 game card.
High-end version of RIVA TNT2 with highest clocks.
Die shrink of RIVA TNT2 core with higher clocks.
Mainstream card with increased clocks compared to RIVA TNT.
Lowcost solution based on RIVA TNT2 core with max 32MB on 64bit memory bus.
Lowcost solution based on RIVA TNT2 core limited to 16MB with 64bit memory bus.
Lowcost OEM solution based on RIVA TNT2 core with 64bit memory bus and only AGP2x support.
Doubled memory size, number of pipelines and added DX6 support.
Doubled memory size, enhanced Ramdac, added AGP 2x and SDRAM support.
2nd company card and 1st succesfull one.