Name all the Video cards you ever owned.

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by nz3777, Dec 25, 2017.

  1. k3vst3r

    k3vst3r Ancient Guru

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    Geforce 2 MX
    Geforce 4 Ti 4200
    9700 pro
    Geforce 5 FX5600
    Geforce 6 6800 GT sli
    Geforce 7 7900 GTO sli
    Geforce 8 8800 GTS 640MB
    GTX 260
    HD4830
    GTX 470 sli
    HD5850
    HD 7950 crossfire
    HD 290X Tri-fire
    RX 570 x4
    GTX 1070 Zotac Amp edition
     
  2. HandR

    HandR Member

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    Aah nostalgia :)

    Let's see....

    Trident TVGA8900C - 1MB - ISA
    Diamond Stealth 24 - 1MB ISA
    Diamond Stealth DRAM - 1MB - S3Vision864 VLB/ISA
    Diamond Stealth VRAM - 2MB - S3Vision968 PCI
    Riva 128
    Riva TNT2
    Geforce 2GTS
    Geforce 4 4200Ti
    ATI 9700
    ATI X1900
    ATI 4870
    NVidia GTX275
    NVidia GTX470
    NVidia GTX570
    NVidia GTX680
    AMD 7970
    AMD R290
    AMD Fury X
    NVidia GTX1080Ti

    That's 25 years of history.....:confused:
     
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  3. Aitortxo

    Aitortxo Member

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    Too embarrassed to write them all but the coolest came from 3DLabs and the Wildcats. Those were impressive and massive cards at the same time...
     
  4. nz3777

    nz3777 Ancient Guru

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    Damm Unless you have serious dedication like my man here wow I really can respect someone going to the full-metal like this, I am the same way!
     

  5. nz3777

    nz3777 Ancient Guru

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    Impressive Lists from you guys 4 damm sure! Wow!
     
  6. caks99

    caks99 New Member

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    Radeon RX470 4GB
    For ATI/AMD

    HIS Radeon 9250 (first gpu then sold)
    HIS Radeon X1550 (second gpu then sold)
    Forsa Radeon HD4670 (third gpu then sold)
    Amaze Radeon HD4850 (only borrow friend for test several day when RMA my RX470)
    Sapphire Radeon HD5450 (buy this crap gpu for waiting when RMA my RX470)
    XFX Radeon HD5750 (sixth gpu then sold)
    HIS Radeon HD7850 (seventh gpu then sold)
    Sapphire Nitro+ Radeon RX470 (My GPU right now)

    For Nvidia

    Pixelview Geforce 9800GT (fifth gpu then sold)
    Zotac Geforce GT210 (for test only several day then sold)
    BFG Tech Geforce GT250 (forth gpu and broken)
     
  7. W@w@Y

    W@w@Y Ancient Guru

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    Inno3d nVIDIA TNT2 M64
    Inno3d GeForce 2 MX400
    Palit GeForce 4 MX440
    GeCube Radeon 9550XT
    Palit GeForce 6600GT
    eVGA GeForce 7600GT
    Palit GeForce 8800GTS 320Mb
    Palit GeForce 8800GT 512Mb
    Leadtek GeForce GTX260
    Palit GeForce GTX570
    Powercolor Radeon R9 280X
    eVGA GeForce GTX970 SC
    Asus Strix GeForce GTX1080
    Asus Strix GeForce GTX1080Ti
     
  8. Barry J

    Barry J Ancient Guru

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    MSI GTX 1080ti gaming X
    MSI GTX 980ti sli (1 in office pc other gave to dad)
    EVGA GTX 970 (gave to dad)
    EVGA GTX 660ti sli (in loft)
    GTX 275 (in loft)
    BFG GTX 260 maxcore (in loft)
    EVGA 8800 GTS 320 (gave to brother in law)

    7800GTX AGP really a 7900GT (last AGP GPU) (died rma was replaced with 7900GS which was slower complained got a refund and got 8800gts 320 and pcie mainboard)
    FX5700le
    Geforce 4
    Geforce 3 Ti 200
    Geforce 2 MX400
    3Dfx Voodoo Banshee
    3dfx Voodoo 3 3000
    3dfx Voodoo 3 2000
     
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  9. TheDeeGee

    TheDeeGee Ancient Guru

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    S3 ViRGE

    Diamond Stealth 3D 2000

    Nvidia RIVA TNT2
    Nvidia Geforce 256
    Nvidia Geforce 3
    Nvidia 7800 GTX
    Nvidia 8800 GTX
    Nvidia GTX 285
    Nvidia GTX 295
    Nvidia GTX 580
    Nvidia GTX 680
    Nvidia GTX 1070 (current)

    3Dfx Voodoo Banshee
    3Dfx Voodoo 3 3000
    3Dfx Voodoo 5 5500 AGP

    ATi Radeon 9700 Pro
    ATi Radeon 9800 Pro
    ATi Radeon HD 5970

    I think that's roughly the list.

    Looks like i'm an Nvidia Fanboy...
     
  10. zettajhony

    zettajhony Active Member

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    Gigabyte 980Ti X
    SIS 6215 1MB
    GeForce MX 200 Series
    GeForce MX 400 Series
    Radeon 8500
    Radeon HD 5570 1GB
    Radeon HD 57701GB
    R9 270X 4 GB CF
    Radeon HD 6570 1 GB
    GeForce GTX 980 Ti 6 GB

    it is very unforgettable memories until now when 18 years ago played Tomb Raider II with SIS 6215 1MB
     

  11. lmimmfn

    lmimmfn Ancient Guru

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    Nvidia FX 5200 - awful awful card
    ATI 850Pro - flashed to XT, loved the card, great overclocker
    Nvidia 7800GTX - bought second hand, horrible overclocker and power hungry, performance was ok but Bioshock performance sucked on max settings
    Nvidia 8800GT - loved this card, Crysis performance was great( relatively )
    Nvidia 260GTX - great card, didnt have it long though
    ATI 5850 - Fantastic card for the time
    2 x ATI 6870 - these sucked after the fantastic 5850, far too power hungry with minimal performance improvement
    780Ti - my first expensive card, got this for VR, shame it only had 3GB ram.
    980Ti - great card, worked perfect in VR, but bought an ultrawide 3440x1440 and was still limited to ~45FPS in some games like Witcher 3 on ultra with no hairworks
    1080Ti - very happy with this card, can finally play @3440x1440 on ultra( not maxed AA or anything )
     
  12. goodsmac

    goodsmac Member

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    ATI Rage 3D Onboard (2MB shared Memory)
    Voodoo 2
    Geforce 2 GTS
    Geforce 2 Ultra
    Geforce 4 ti 4600
    Geforce 5 FX 5800
    Geforce 6 6800 GT @ BiosMod Ultra ;-)
    2x Geforce 7 7800 GT (SLI)
    2x Geforce 8 8800 GTX (SLI)
    Geforce GTX 480
    Geforce GTX 690
    Geforce GTX 980ti
    Geforce GTX 1080ti
     
  13. topcat77

    topcat77 Master Guru

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    I don't know how many for sure. I do remember my first video card, a nvidea 64 mb beast.
     
  14. DLD

    DLD Master Guru

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    -TNT Riva (aka "Riva-Vanta"), my entry into the real 3D gaming; previously, I had a 2D cards like "Trident" and "Matrox Millenium" with the Voodoo "add-on" 3D accelerators
    -GeForce 2 MX200
    -GeForce 4 MX400

    -GeForce 4 Ti4200 Siluro (Abit) - my BEST LOVED card, ever. Overclockable to the skies and beyond, and rock-stable (thank you NiBitor!)
    This was my baby:
    http://1clickurls.com/YCVKfTF


    -GeForce 4 Ti4800 SE (Innovision), problematic, because this OEM is the worst of all manufacturers - due to the mistake in design, the card was not equipped with the 4-pin power connector, thus it relied solely on AGP which was not enough, so in most demanding games I experienced frequent blackouts, until the "remedy" was found in switching the turbo mode off (thanks to Riva Tuner). Problem was FINALLY solved by DIY added female molex, though by then, I lost a kilo of my nerves:(). The inno's "tech support" was just a bad joke - they had no clue at all, and it took me few long, long months of research before I stumbled upon a suggestion made by a certain experienced British PC enthusiast who realized, after carefully studying my descriptions of the problem, what was going on (nVidia was the main culprit, since according to their - WRONG - estimation the card did not need any external power, but inno's job was to test the final product before it hit the shelves).
    How bitterly I regretted my decision to not to keep Siluro when I sold my previous machine (and I was wrong when I expected a jump in efficiency)! Titanium?! No, Sir - pure $hittanium.
    This was that inno's crap:
    http://1clickurls.com/o2BwNID

    -GeForce FX5900XT (Prolink) - very stable, very overclockable; came with the nice tiny LCD that showed the GPU's temperature and the (RPM) speed of the fan
    -GeForce 6600 (Asus) - extremely overclockable
    -GeForce 9800 (Asus) - hot, but still substantially overclockable
    -GeForce 470 (Gainward) - hot like hell, yet stable. Produced loud noises ("clicks"), from time to time, caused by some mistake in BIOS in relation with the fan's speed controler. Problem was solved soon enough, by flashing the newer BIOS.
    -GeForce 770 (Asus, Direct Cu II) - very stable, reasonably overclockable

    -1060 (MSI) - so far, so good
     
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  15. 1248

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    My card list is short, but still growing ;)

    For my Gaming PC:
    Gigabyte GTX 580 (the blower cooler one)
    Sapphire R9 270X Dual-X
    MSI GTX 960 100 Million Edition
    EVGA GTX 1070 FTW2

    For my Miscellaneous others:
    ATI HD 5450 (2 of them)
    ATI HD 6450
    ATI HD 3450 (with DMS-59 lol)
    nVidia Quadro 600 (OC'ed this thing to the f*cken max literally MSI Afterburner sliders maxed out and perfectly stable on good ol' Unigine Sanctuary and Tropics with no voltage changes xD)
    GT 210
     
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  16. Chastity

    Chastity Ancient Guru

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    So far I'm the only one who experimented with Matrox :)
     
  17. CrazY_Milojko

    CrazY_Milojko Ancient Guru

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    Backten here where I live Matrox cards were 3x to 5x more expencive than other poor man's "gaming cards" and they didn't offered almost none performance gain in games, most of the times they were even slower in 3D compared to few times cheaper graphics cards for masses. iirc Matrox cards had better DAC and thus better colors reproduction but not a single gamer I knew backthen was using Matrox card, they were just way to overpriced for gamers budget here.

    Edit
    Now we know you were rich backthen ;)
     
  18. Chastity

    Chastity Ancient Guru

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    It wasn't any more expensive then, and I did adore the 2D graphics on it. At the time the card was the only one supporting Bump Mapping, and I played a couple of games that supported it. At the time the card was on par with other gamer cards. I later upgraded to the "new" 2nd gen 280 cards (the 285), which I later added a 2nd for SLI.
     
  19. KenpoJuJitsu3

    KenpoJuJitsu3 Member

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    1990's - Intel Integrated Graphics (first PC I ever had)
    2002 - ATI Radeon 9700 Pro 128MB (first dedicated GPU I ever bought)
    2008 - PNY Geforce 8800 GT XLR8 Edition 512MB (replaced the 9700 Pro)
    2010 - XFX Radeon HD 5870 1GB (Two in Crossfire, replaced the 8800GT which became a PhysX card)
    2011 - PNY Geforce GTX 460 XLR8 Edition 1GB (Replaced 8800GT as a PhysX card)
    2011 - Galaxy Geforce GTS 450 1GB (Son's first GPU, gateway drug into PC gaming :D)
    2014 - EVGA Geforce GTX 780 Ti Superclocked 3GB (replaced two 5870's)
    2014 - EVGA Geforce GTX 750 Ti Superclocked 2GB (replaced son's 450)
    2015 - EVGA Geforce GTX 980 Ti Superclocked 6GB (Two in SLI, replaced 780 Ti)
    2017 - ASUS Geforce GTX 1070 8GB (Laptop)
    2017 - EVGA Geforce GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 11GB (Two in SLI, 980 Tis replaced my son's 750 Ti)
     
  20. DocStrangelove

    DocStrangelove Ancient Guru

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    Can't remember them all but anyway:
    - Intel Gfx
    - Matrox Mystique & 3Dfx Voodoo 1
    - 3Dfx Voodoo Banshee
    - 3Dfx Voodoo 5 - 5500
    - ATI Radeon 9800 ??
    - Nvidia GTX 280
    - Nvidia GTX 460
    - Nvidia GTX 780
    - Nvidia GTX 970
    - Nvidia GTX 1080
     

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