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.
3D graphics accelerator used in TDZ-310, TDZ-410 and TDZ-610 workstations.
First graphics chip made by Intel. Its licenced µPD7220 from NEC.
Multimedia accelerator based on programmable DSP often working as modem and sound card.
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.
Highend replacement of Radeon X1800 XT with tripled pixel shaders.
Improved Cyber9397 chip with added DVD playback capabilities, support up to 8MB and 230MHz built-in RAMDAC.
Hi-end Matrox card with 512-bit GPU, triple-head (VGA only) support and 10-bit per color channel.
Quad screen card with support up to 12 monitors using multiple cards.
Last released card from 3Dfx. Mainstream version of Voodoo 5 5500.
Improved Ramdac and added DVD acceleration.
Lowcost solution based on RIVA TNT2 core limited to 16MB with 64bit memory bus.
Late version based on new core.