VL-Bus Windows accelerator based on Weitek Power 9000.
1st 3D Accelerator from Cirrus Logic using Rambus DRAM (RDRAM).
Official core name is ATI-264VT. Added MPEG-1 acceleration support.
64bit GUI Accelerator with increased max memory clocks and EDO support. Belongs to Alpine family.
64bit GUI Accelerator with increased max memory to 4MB. Whole family was named Alpine.
Probably first company graphics card.
Increased max mem size to 2MB and added GUI acceleration (BitBLT).
Added True Color support and 32bit memory bus.
Modified Voodoo 1 with separated 2D core from other company.
Price/performance dual display workstation card.
Higher mainstream game card for year 2010.
Mainstream game card for year 2011.
Professional mid-range card based on underclocked GeForce 8600 GT.
PCI Express based mid-range professional graphics accelerator.
Dual screen card for medical imaging applications.
Added Unified Memory Architecture (UMA) for sharing system memory.
Highend version with 8MB VRAM support and enhanced RAMDAC.
Probably last company video chip sold under Xtec brand.
First single-chip Windows accelerator with built-in hardware acceleration for motion video colorspace conversion and scaling under DCI.
Lowcost GUI accelerator later renamed in drivers to 6201.
Early VGA card.