Mainstream card based on defective G92 cores with DDR2 VRAM. Non-OEM variant is based on G94 GPU.
Midrange profi card similar to GeForce GT 640.
Lower clocked 7800 GTX with few disabled pipelines.
High-end professional version of Geforce 6800 GS.
Die shrinked Rage Pro Turbo with integrated TMDS for flat panels and motion compensation.
Last version of 3D Rage II chip technology. Lowend 3D OEM solution with AGP 1x support.
High-end 3D accelerator used in HP VISUALIZE PA-RISC workstations.
Multimedia accelerator based on programmable DSP often working as modem and sound card.
High resolution PC card.
3D graphics accelerator used in TDZ-310, TDZ-410 and TDZ-610 workstations.
Enhanced Motorola 6845 clone used also on Hercules card.
Mainstream card using slower DDR2 memory.
OEM replacement of Geforce 310 with faster memories.
Mid-range professional version of Geforce 9600 GT.
Entry-level professional version of Geforce 9500 GT.
Updated version with new core supporting PCI-E 2.0.
Mainstream replacement of Radeon X1900 GT.
Only renamed 3D Rage Pro AGP 2x chip with released new drivers in 1998.
Higher clocked Radeon X1300 with DDR2 memory.
First graphics chip made by Intel. Its licenced µPD7220 from NEC.
Added memory interleaving for increasing effective memory bus to 64-bit.
Added AGP support, integrated TV-Out, DuoView technology and partial DVD acceleration.
Highend version with 8MB VRAM support and enhanced RAMDAC.
Underclocked Vérité V2200 limited to 4MB memory and slower 170MHz Ramdac.