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Brute Force

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List is also published by me as "Chillin1248" on DailyTech.com occasionally.

Just for amusement, I made a list of all cards I could find either selling or are to be sold:


Consumer GPUs:



ATI/AMD


Rage and R1xx
Rage XL
7000
7500


8xxx series (R2xx)
8500LE
8500
8500 Pro
9000
9000 Pro 64-Bit
9000 Pro
9100
9200
9200 SE
9250
9250 64-Bit

9xxx series (R3xx)
9500
9600 Pro
9550
9550 SE
9600
9600 SE
9600 Pro
9600 XT
9650
9700
9700 Pro
9800
9800 SE
9800 Pro 128-Bit 128MB
9800 Pro 128MB
9800 Pro 256MB
9800 Pro 256MB DDR2
9800XT

Xxxx Series (R4xx)
X300
X300 LE
X300 SE
X300 SE Hyper Memory
X550
X550 Hyper Memory
X550 XT
X600
X600 SE
X600 Pro
X600 XT
X700
X700 SE
X700 LE
X700 Pro
X700 XT
X740 XL
X800 128MB
X800 256MB
X800SE
X800GT
X800 GTO
X800 GTO/2
X800 Pro
X800 Pro VIVO
X800 XL
X800 XL 512MB
X800 XT AIW
X800XT
X800 XT VIVO
X800 XT PE
X850 SE
X850 Pro
X850 XT
X850 XT "Crossfire Edition"
X850 XT PE

X1xxx Series (R5xx/RV5xx)
X1300
X1300 Pro
X1300 CE
X1300 XT
X1550
X1600 Pro
X1600 XT
X1650 Pro
X1650 XT
X1800 GTO
X1800 XL
X1800 XT
X1800 XT 512MB
X1800 Crossfire Edition
X1900 GT
X1900 Pro
X1900 AIW
X1900 XT 256MB
X1900 XT 512MB
X1900 XTX
X1950 GT
X1950 Pro
X1950 XT
X1950 XTX
X1900 Crossfire Edition
X1950 Crossfire Edition


Radeon HD X2xxx Series (R6xx)
Radeon HD 2200
Radeon HD 2400 Pro
Radeon HD 2400 XT
Radeon HD 2600 Pro
Radeon HD 2600 XT 256MB DDR3
Radeon HD 2600 XT 512MB GDDR4
Radeon HD 2900 Pro
Radeon HD 2900 XT (512MB GDDR3)
Radeon HD 2900 XT (1024MB GDDR4)



All-In-Wonder:
ALL-IN-WONDER VE
ALL-IN-WONDER 7500
ALL-IN-WONDER 9000 PRO
ALL-IN-WONDER 9200
ALL-IN-WONDER 9600
ALL-IN-WONDER 9600 PRO
ALL-IN-WONDER 9600 XT
ALL-IN-WONDER 9700 PRO
ALL-IN-WONDER 9800 SE
ALL-IN-WONDER 9800 PRO
ALL-IN-WONDER 2006 AGP
ALL-IN-WONDER 2006 PCI EXPRESS
ALL-IN-WONDER X600 PRO
ALL-IN-WONDER X800 GT
ALL-IN-WONDER X800 XL AGP
ALL-IN-WONDER X800 XL PCIE
ALL-IN-WONDER X800 XT
ALL-IN-WONDER X1800 XL
ALL-IN-WONDER X1900


MAC Edition:

9000 Pro MAC EDITION 128MB AGP
9200 MAC EDITION
9600 Pro PC & MAC EDITION
9800 Pro MAC EDITION
9800 Pro MAC SPECIAL EDITION
9800 Pro MAC EDITION 256MB
X800 XT MAC EDITION
X1900 MAC Edition


124 Cards
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NVIDIA


Pre-T&L
TNT2
TNT2 Pro
TNT2 Ultra
TNT2 Model 64 (M64)
TNT2 Model 64 (M64) Pro
Vanta
Vanta LT

Post-T&L
GeForce 256
GeForce DDR

Geforce 2 (NV1x)
GF2 MX400
GeForce2 GTS
GeForce2 Pro
GeForce2 Ti
GeForce2 Ultra

Geforce 3 (NV2x)
GF3 TI-200
GF3 TI-500

Geforce 4 (NV1x/NV2x)
GF4 MX4000
GF4 MX420
GF4 MX440
GF4 MX440 SE
GF4 MX440 8X AGP
GF4 MX460
GF4 TI-4200
GF4 TI-4200 8X AGP
GF4 TI-4600
GF4 TI-4800
GF4 TI-4800 SE
GF4 PCX4300

Geforce FX series (NV3x)
5200
5200 LE
5200 Ultra
5200 128MB
5200 256MB
5500
5600
5600 Pro
5600 SE/XT
5600 Ultra
5700 LE
5700 VE
5700 Ultra DDR2
5700 Ultra GDDR3
5800
5800 Ultra
5900
5900 XT
5900 ZT
5900 Ultra
5950 Ultra
5990 Ultra
PCX 4300
PCX 5300
PCX 5750
PCX 5900

Geforce 6 series (NV4x)
6200
6200 LE
6200 LE TC (Turbo-Cache)
6200 SE TC (Turbo-Cache)
6200 TC (Turbo-Cache)
6500
6600 LE
6600 128MB
6600 256MB DDR2
6600 GT
6610 XL
6700 XL
6800
6800 XE
6800 LE
6800 XT
6800 GS
6800 GT
6800 Ultra
6800 Ultra "Extreme Edition"

Geforce 7 series (NV4x/G7x)
7100 GS
7300 SE
7300 LE
7300 GS
7300 GT
7500 LE
7600 LE
7600 GS
7600 GTL
7600 GST
7600 GT
7800 GS (G70 256MB)
7800 GS+ (G71 512MB)
7800 GT
7800 GTX
7800 GTX (Ultra) 512MB
7800 GX2
7900 GS
7900 GT
7900 GTO
7950 GT
7900 GTX
7900 GX2
7950 GX2

Geforce 8 series (G8x)
8300 GS
8300 GT
8400 GS
8500 GT non-HDCP
8500 GT HDCP
8600 GS
8600 GT non-HDCP
8600 GT HDCP
8600 GTS
8600 GTS 512MB GDDR3
8600 GTS 1024MB DDR2
8800 GTS 320MB
8800 GTS 640MB
8800 GTX 768MB
8800 Ultra


110 Cards
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Thats a total of 232 Choices for a consumer choosing a video card. Enjoy.






Professional 3D content creation GPUs:




Nvidia:

Quadro
Quadro DCC
Quadro2 Pro
Quadro2 EX
Quadro2 MXR
Quadro NVS
Quadro NVS with AGP8X
Quadro NVS 200
Quadro NVS 210s
Quadro NVS 280
Quadro NVS 280 SD
Quadro NVS 400
Quadro NVS 440
Quadro NVS 280 PCI
Quadro NVS 285
Quadro4 200 NVS
Quadro4 400 NVS
Quadro4 380 XGL
Quadro4 500 XGL
Quadro4 550 XGL
Quadro4 580 XGL
Quadro4 700 XGL
Quadro4 750 XGL
Quadro4 780 XGL
Quadro4 900 XGL
Quadro4 980 XGL
Quadro FX 330
Quadro FX 350
Quadro FX 500
Quadro FX 540
Quadro FX 550
Quadro FX 560
Quadro FX 600
Quadro FX 700
Quadro FX 1000
Quadro FX 1100
Quadro FX 1300
Quadro FX 1400
Quadro FX 1500
Quadro FX 2000
Quadro FX 3000
Quadro FX 3000G
Quadro FX 3400
Quadro FX 3450
Quadro FX 3500
Quadro FX 4000 SDI
Quadro FX 4400
Quadro FX 4400G
Quadro FX 4500
Quadro FX 4500 SDI
Quadro FX 4500 X2
Quadro FX 5500
Quadro FX 5500 SDI

G8x based:
Quadro FX 4600
Quadro FX 5600

53 Cards



ATI/AMD

ATI ES1000
ATI FireGL 8800
ATI FireGL T2
ATI FireGL V3100
ATI FireGL V3200
ATI FireGL V3300
ATI FireGL V3400
ATI FireGL V5000
ATI FireGL V5100
ATI FireGL V5200
ATI FireGL V5300
ATI FireGL V7100
ATI FireGL V7200
ATI FireGL V7300
ATI FireGL V7350
ATI FireGL X1
ATI FireGL X2-256/X2-256t
ATI FireGL X3-256
ATI FireGL Z1
ATI FireGL T2-128
ATI FireMV 2200
ATI FireMV 2200 PCI
ATI FireMV 2400
ATI FireMV 2400 PCI

R6xx based:
ATI FireGL V8650
ATI FireGL V8600
ATI FireGL V7600
ATI FireGL V5600
ATI FireGL V3600


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BossBorot

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You forgot some s3, sis, and xgi cards but then again no one really cares about those.

Also 3dlab and Matox both still have some workstation cards around.
 
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Brute Force

Brute Force

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BossBorot said:
Forgot some s3 cards, but then again no one really cares about those.


Their hardware for the most part is up to par with their low-end to mid-range contenders from ATI and Nvidia, however their drivers have a long way to go for gaming which really hurts them from having any chance.

I was thinking of including Matrox as well and several other exotic GPUs that can be used for gaming but decided against it... Mind you I am still running a Voodoo 2 in one of my other computers perfectly :beer:
 

BossBorot

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Darn it you post to fast for me to edit in all of the stuff that I usually do... I barely beat my final edit one min before your reply.

Also I have never had a S3 card but what you said about them is up to par with that I usually hear about them.

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Brute Force said:
9800 SE
9800 Pro 128-Bit 128MB
9800 Pro 128MB
9800 Pro 256MB

If you are going to include bit versions of the 9800pro there are prob different bit versions of the 9800SE still floating around but I dont know how retail on those are anymore.
 
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Brute Force

Brute Force

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Thanks Mr. Avebo.

Updated with Geforce 8 series, full specs as follows:

The new NVIDIA graphics architecture will be fully compatible with Microsoft’s upcoming DirectX 10 API with support for shader model 4.0, and represents the company's 8th generation GPU in the GeForce family.

NVIDIA has code-named G80 based products as the GeForce 8800 series. While the 7900 and 7800 series launched with GT and GTX suffixes, G80 will do away with the GT suffix. Instead, NVIDIA has revived the GTS suffix for its second fastest graphics product—a suffix that hasn’t been used since the GeForce 2 days.

NVIDIA’s GeForce 8800GTX will be the flagship product. The core clock will be factory clocked at 575 MHz. All GeForce 8800GTX cards will be equipped with 768MB of GDDR3 memory, to be clocked at 900 MHz. The GeForce 8800GTX will also have a 384-bit memory interface and deliver 86GB/second of memory bandwidth. GeForce 8800GTX graphics cards are equipped with 128 unified shaders [stream processors] clocked at 1350 MHz. The theoretical texture fill-rate is around 38.4 billion pixels per second.

Slotted right below the GeForce 8800GTX is the slightly cut-down GeForce 8800GTS. These graphics cards will have a G80 GPU clocked at a slower 500 MHz. The memory configuration for GeForce 8800GTS cards slightly differ from the GeForce 8800GTX. GeForce 8800GTS cards will be equipped with 640MB of GDDR3 graphics memory clocked at 900 MHz. The memory interface is reduced to 320-bit and overall memory bandwidth is 64GB/second. There will be fewer unified shaders with GeForce 8800GTS graphics cards. 96 unified shaders [stream processors] clocked at 1200 MHz are available on GeForce 8800GTS graphics cards.

Additionally GeForce 8800GTX and 8800GTS products are HDCP compliant with support for dual dual-link DVI, VIVO and HDTV outputs. All cards will have dual-slot coolers too. Expect GeForce 8800GTX and 8800GTS products to launch the second week of November 2006. This will be a hard launch as most manufacturers should have boards ready now.

The high dynamic-range (HDR) engine found in GeForce 7950 and Radeon series graphics cards is technically a 64-bit rendering. This new HDR approach comes from a file format developed by Industrial Light and Magic (the LucasFilm guys). In a nutshell, we will have 128-bit floating point HDR as soon as applications adopt code to use it. OpenEXR's features include:


-Higher dynamic range and color precision than existing 8- and 10-bit image file formats.

-Support for 16-bit floating-point, 32-bit floating-point, and 32-bit integer pixels. The 16-bit floating-point format, called "half", is compatible with the half data type in NVIDIA's Cg graphics language and is supported natively on their new GeForce FX and Quadro FX 3D graphics solutions.

-Multiple lossless image compression algorithms. Some of the included codecs can achieve 2:1 lossless compression ratios on images with film grain.

-Extensibility. New compression codecs and image types can easily be added by extending the C++ classes included in the OpenEXR software distribution.

-New image attributes (strings, vectors, integers, etc.) can be added to OpenEXR image headers without affecting backward compatibility with existing OpenEXR applications.


NVIDIA already has 16X AA available for SLI applications. The GeForce 8800 will be the first card to feature 16X AA on a single GPU. Previous generations of GeForce cards have only been able to support 8X antialiasing in single-card configurations.

The first card, the GeForce 8800GTX, is the full blown G80 experience, measuring a little less than 11 inches in length. The GeForce 8800GTS is a cut down version of the first, and only 9 inches in length.

The marketing material included with the card claims NVIDIA requires at least a 450W power supply for a single GeForce 8800GTX, and 400W for the 8800GTS. Top tier vendors in Taiwan have already confirmed that GeForce 8800 cards in SLI mode will likely carry a power supply "recommendation" of 800W. NVIDIA's GeForce 7950GX2, currently the company's top performing video card, carries a recommendation of 400W to run the card in single-card mode. The GTX has two 6-pin power adaptors, the GTS has only one.
 
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/\\/3|2o

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Location
SA, TX
Brute Force said:
Thanks Mr. Avebo.

God I wish I could change my user name... I made that a long time ago thinking I want going to be into this game so much. Its actually "Nero" in ultra-leet-speak. :cry:
 
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Brute Force

Brute Force

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If anyone can produce a list of of ATI 3D content creation cards for me to add to the list they would be greatly appreciated.
 

Neuromancer

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Location
Tau'ri
Brute Force said:
If anyone can produce a list of of ATI 3D content creation cards for me to add to the list they would be greatly appreciated.

Here ya go

ATI ES1000
ATI FireGL 8800
ATI FireGL T2
ATI FireGL V3100
ATI FireGL V3200
ATI FireGL V3300
ATI FireGL V3400
ATI FireGL V5000
ATI FireGL V5100
ATI FireGL V5200
ATI FireGL V5300
ATI FireGL V7100
ATI FireGL V7200
ATI FireGL V7300
ATI FireGL V7350
ATI FireGL X1
ATI FireGL X2-256/X2-256t
ATI FireGL X3-256
ATI FireGL Z1
ATI FireGL T2-128
ATI FireMV 2200
ATI FireMV 2200 PCI
ATI FireMV 2400
ATI FireMV 2400 PCI



Also thought I would throw in some of the AIWs you missed as well as the Mac series

ALL-IN-WONDER VE
ALL-IN-WONDER RADEON 7500
ALL-IN-WONDER 9000 PRO
ALL-IN-WONDER 9700
ALL-IN-WONDER 9600 PRO
ALL-IN-WONDER 9700 PRO
ALL-IN-WONDER 9800 PRO
ALL-IN-WONDER X800 XT
ALL-IN-WONDER X600 PRO
ALL-IN-WONDER X800 XL AGP
ALL-IN-WONDER 2006 AGP
ALL-IN-WONDER X800 XL PCIE
ALL-IN-WONDER X1800 XL
ALL-IN-WONDER 2006 PCI EXPRESS
ALL-IN-WONDER X1900
ALL-IN-WONDER 9200
ALL-IN-WONDER 9600
ALL-IN-WONDER 9600 XT


RADEON 9800 PRO MAC EDITION
RADEON 9800 PRO MAC SPECIAL EDITION
RADEON 9000 PRO MAC EDITION 128MB AGP
RADEON 9200 MAC EDITION
RADEON X800 XT MAC EDITION
RADEON 9800 PRO MAC EDITION 256MB
RADEON 9600 PRO PC & MAC EDITION
 

Drew_USA

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Location
America
Neur0mancer said:
Here ya go

ATI ES1000
ATI FireGL 8800
ATI FireGL T2
ATI FireGL V3100
ATI FireGL V3200
ATI FireGL V3300
ATI FireGL V3400
ATI FireGL V5000
ATI FireGL V5100
ATI FireGL V5200
ATI FireGL V5300
ATI FireGL V7100
ATI FireGL V7200
ATI FireGL V7300
ATI FireGL V7350
ATI FireGL X1
ATI FireGL X2-256/X2-256t
ATI FireGL X3-256
ATI FireGL Z1
ATI FireGL T2-128
ATI FireMV 2200
ATI FireMV 2200 PCI
ATI FireMV 2400
ATI FireMV 2400 PCI



Also thought I would throw in some of the AIWs you missed as well as the Mac series

ALL-IN-WONDER VE
ALL-IN-WONDER RADEON 7500
ALL-IN-WONDER 9000 PRO
ALL-IN-WONDER 9700
ALL-IN-WONDER 9600 PRO
ALL-IN-WONDER 9700 PRO
ALL-IN-WONDER 9800 PRO
ALL-IN-WONDER X800 XT
ALL-IN-WONDER X600 PRO
ALL-IN-WONDER X800 XL AGP
ALL-IN-WONDER 2006 AGP
ALL-IN-WONDER X800 XL PCIE
ALL-IN-WONDER X1800 XL
ALL-IN-WONDER 2006 PCI EXPRESS
ALL-IN-WONDER X1900
ALL-IN-WONDER 9200
ALL-IN-WONDER 9600
ALL-IN-WONDER 9600 XT


RADEON 9800 PRO MAC EDITION
RADEON 9800 PRO MAC SPECIAL EDITION
RADEON 9000 PRO MAC EDITION 128MB AGP
RADEON 9200 MAC EDITION
RADEON X800 XT MAC EDITION
RADEON 9800 PRO MAC EDITION 256MB
RADEON 9600 PRO PC & MAC EDITION

All of those are also covered in that link i listed.
 

FeuerFrei

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Jan 27, 2006
Nice work... :thup:

Sticky anyone?

Also, do you know about www.techpowerup.com GPU database? Worth a look IMO. Lists pretty much every core on the market since the 8500 with frequencies and memory interfaces.
 
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Brute Force

Brute Force

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Re-organized it into a more legible form and added the GF8 8500 and 8600 GS.

Looking at different stores for the mobile GPUs they sell.