Highest bandwidth version of the titan series. New deisgn and better processing cores, more efficent power delievery and quicker load times.
Main version of the Xp series, released as a competitor to AMD's Vega Liska GPU with more memory and integrated RGB onboard.
Workstation GPU made for Apple's Mac Pro series computers. Made specifically for 4k Video editing and professional content creation in mind.
Nvidia's top of the line GPU. Most powerful card currently, 8k gaming and raytracing. Overclocked at launch, guiness world record holder.
Workstation GPU made for Apple's Mac Pro series computers. Made as a lower teir version for universal editing and content creation for all.
Released as the flagship GPU, most powerful card at release. For high-end simulators and 8k gaming, as well as enterprise simulation env.
The flagship of the 20 series cards, highest memory bandwidth available at launch. Still capable with most titles released today and streaming .
Released as a higher-tuned 3080. Better sampling, higher clock speed, can run any game at great quality with no compromises in streaming.
AMD's Flagship GPU, directly competes with the 3090ti. Extreme performance, high clock speeds and best VR experience on the market today.
Factory Overclock version of the 2080, higher performance and better fps. Extreme graphics quality and 8gb of DDR6 memory with fast frames.
The predecessor of the 1080, now with ray-tracing and even more memory than the last generation. Can run at 2GHz with better tuning.
OEM Liquid cooling version of the Vega Frontier gpu. Allowing for even more performance and lower temps with no compromises at full tune.
3rd Generation of the Titan, same memory size of previous generation but more processing cores. Higher clock speeds and better frames.
Released as an OEM version for Dell workstations. Allowed for video editing on native resolution, photo editing and production capability.
Factory Overclock version of Nvidia's first Consumer flagship, with complete SLI and high-speed memory bandwidth and unlocked NVENC enc.
Directly competes against the 3080 GPU from Nvidia. Only card from AMD with Radeon with RDNA3 support onboard and PCIe Gen 5 ready.
AMD's top of the line graphics card, competes with Nvidia RTX 3090 as a flagship GPU. High speed memory and ray-tracing, fast performance.
Upgrade from the original 2080 Founder's Edition, more memory and better power consumtion for more FPS in triple A rated games.
Nvidia's first Consumer flagship, with complete SLI and high-speed memory bandwidth. Could be tuned to 1.59 GHz with proper voltage settings.
Special Edition of the Titan X, 10,000 units made with special branding and new memory processing speed. Can clock up to 2.1 GHz.
Higher end card of the 700 on up series GPUs. Directly similar to 3070 at base configuration, faster at overclocked settings within the BIOS.
Factory Overclocked version of the 6700xt card. Higher memory bandwidth, faster clock speeds, and VR certified. Good for streaming.
Completely redesign of the Titan, bigger form factor and higher memory size with more processing. Introduction of new NVENC encoding.
High-tuned card from the 3070 series. More processing, more memory, great performance (with optimization) and is the ESL choice card.
Factory Overclock version of the 2070, higher performance and better fps. Ray-tracing for modern games with more bandwidth and 3RDS.
Factory overclock version of the 1070, more memory and faster performance. SLI-enabled card with dual channel configuration with bridge.
First AMD attempt OEM Liquid cooling version of the RX Vega 64 gpu. Allowing even more performance and lower temps with no compromises.
Aniversary Edition of the 5700XT, Special release with only 2,500 cards released for the entire world, same performance as 5700XT card.
Middle ground for cost, and performance compared to 20, and 10 series card. Higher clock speed, lower temps for efficent gaming and media.
Factory overclock version of the GTX Titan, fully black features and even faster speeds. Only 500 released, first 100 made with titanium.
Made in collaberation with MSI, and ASUS as a competitor against Nvidias own Titan GPU's. Made as an enthusiast card, and workstation gpu.
The younger, but more powerful version of the late 1070. Now with RTX, higher clocking speed, and faster memory. NVENC encoding enabled.
Factory overclock version of the 5500 GPU. Faster clock speed, quicker frames, higher memory bandwidth and better resolution overall.
Next release of the Titan, included new memory type and increased power delievery for more frames. Same form factor of previous gen.
64 Bit version of the RX Vega 56, released for video game developers for native development environments. First GPU for Developers.
High-tuned card from the 3060 series. More memory on board, better performance, good for basic games and modern titles. ESL verified.
Factory Overclock version of the 2060, higher performance and better fps. Entry into Ray-tracing for modern games and low end streaming.
Flagship of the 5000 Series. Fastest card at launch with RNDA 2 on board for extreme graphics and fast loading times. VR Certified card.
Top of the line GPU of the 5000 Series. 4K ready, VR certified, and UNREAL engine native for all triple A games within the modern market today.
Factory Overclocked version of the 6800 card. Higher memory bandwidth, faster clock speeds, and VR certified. Good simualtion environments.
Factory Overclocked version of the 6600xt card. Higher memory bandwidth, faster clock speeds, and VR certified and able to play any games.
Remake of the 590 to directly compete against Nvidia's own 16 series GPU's. ESL certified and used in some professional tournaments today.
Flagship model of the 16 series cards, still capable for streaming and light video editing as well as modern gaming for basic titles and videos.
First iteration of Good performance per dollar figure and resonable performance with new DDR5X memory onboard, good performance overall.
First workstation GPU from AMD that was made with the new silicon production techniques, RDNA created for this GPU and was 56-Bit.
Factory overclocked version of the 1660, same core count but higher clock speeds and faster memory allocation. Streaming is reasonable.
Base model for the new 20 series cards, the predecessor of the 10 series GPU's. Good starting point for a gaming pc and basic VR gaming.
Part of the new RDNA Gen 2 family for basic gaming and higher productivity for video/streaming workloads. Choice card for ESL Pro Gaming.
Factory overclock version of the 5600 GPU. Faster clock speed, quicker frames, higher memory bandwidth. 4K resolution capable with tuning.
Middle ground territory for the 5000 Series GPU's. Best performance per dollar card released by AMD for universal compatibilty with all games.
Released as a starting point of the new 30 Series GPU's from the previous 20 series Generation GPUs. Basic gaming and light streaming.
Cheaper alternative with same specs as 2060. New graphics processing cores, efficent performance at good cost. Can be used in pro gaming.
Middle ground of the RX 500 series GPU's. Relatively normal specs with decent power delievery and is still ESL capable within modern titles.
Used in home-theater machines. 4k capable and more memory for more stable video sharing and modern titles. Best as console replacement.
Middle ground card, affordable with reasonable specs. SLI not active but can be done with overclocking and reprogramming in BIOS and PC.
Factory overclocked version of the 1650, same core count but higher clock speeds and faster memory allocation. Used in modern laptops.
Nvidia's first enthusiast GPU, released as a no compromise card for high performance and extreme speeds. More bandwidth than 1080ti.
Middle ground for AMD RX 6000 GPUs. Best card for performance per dollar figure and capable for streaming and good performance overall.
Flagship of the 500 GPU's with triple SLI capable. Fast card with quick load times, incredible frames, and 2k resolution with overclocking and tune.
Low end card for affordability, competes with the 16 series GPUs to allow better performance and at lower cost. VR ready, and compatible.
Entusiast version of the RX 550 GPU, Overclocked at launch and released with a custom profile on some motherboards by MSI and Gigabyte.
Flagship GPU at release, took the lead from Nvidia and sold more GPU's than Nvidia within 2016 alone. SLI native, fast loadtimes, better frames.
Affordable version of the RX 550 that is overclocked by AMD out of the box. RDNA 2 now onboard, with 4k support that can display 4 screens.
Same family as the 6500xt cards, afforable cost with decent performance within modern titles at a lower resolution. VR ready, and compatible.
Factory overclock version of the 1050, same memory but more volts for quicker rendering times. No SLI enabled on 1050 or Ti variant.
Base version of the 16 series GPU, released as a cost effective version to allow basic gaming and modern features for lower end GPU's.
Base model of the 10 series cards, used for small games and basic video workloads. Light memory, relatively suitable performance w/ old titles.
AMD's first iteration of an entry level GPU on their new 5000 Series arcitecture. Good for light gaming, photo and video editing on a budget.
Experimental card released as a card made for Flight Simulator specifically at release with HOTAS and controller support on card.
New version of the 460 with same memory size and core count but with better speeds and frames. New cooler design and reference PCB.
Entry level GPU from AMD. No bitcoin mining allowed with new codec onboard. Higher computing and faster memory speeds from Vega GPU.
Lite-version released as a more affordable version of the 470. Direct cache onboard, with quick frames and fast loadtimes. SLI-disabled.
Supped up version of the 570, with more memory and SLI built in onto the GPU. Came with watercooled plate directly from manufacturer.
High end card that allowed gamers to start streaming, capture games direct on GPU without an add-in card. Still supported by AMD today.
Middle ground for the RX 400 series, price per dollar figure as king at release. SLI capable with tuning and power modifications 3rd party.
Made for Dell, HP, and lenovo gaming machines that are pre-built machines. Still can be bought stand-alone and is capable to run modern games.
Enterprise GPU used for movie theaters and their 4k/IMAX projectors and sound interfaces. Can be used to game but isn't recommended by AMD.
Lighter version of the 1050, little memory, light performance, slow speeds. Can play older 64-bit native games with ease and older games.
Western Version of the 560D GPU, with different power constraints and power delivery. First GPU that uses the new 12VO power standard.
Released as the first iteration of the 500 Series GPU's. Made in response to Nvidia's 10 Series GPU's as a cost effective alternative for gamers.
EU version of the 560D GPU, more efficent card with better power consumption and reasonable performance for modern games and streaming.
Released as an output card for enterprise purposes. Used in movie theaters and in some ATM's as a capture card for security and recording.
Not a consumer card, used in machines with no onboard video. No gaming support, but can do light photo-editing at slower speeds.
Same card as the RX 430, however had faster ram onboard with quicker response times and lower temps with new redesigned cooler.
Factory overclock version of the RX 430 that allowed native game engines to run at their developed parameters. Faster speeds, and frames.
The first ever card that allowed shader caching directly on card, made for older games and light workloads with reasonable temps and speed.
New iteration of the 430 GPU, RDNA onboard with 160Hz support for modern monitors and still is supported by AMD with dirvers and updates.
Meant to be the next iteration of the RX 430 DDR5 card, but was not released due to oversight in production costs and was canceled in 4 days..
Meant to be the next iteration of the RX 450 card, but was not released due to oversight in production costs and was canceled after 3 months.
Meant to be the Overclocked version of the 5300, however was canceled for consumer release. Enterprise card meant for basic video output.