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hey everyone, i would like people to list any and all concept/unreleased/ or just rare gpus
CompanyAIBGraphics CardActual CardRelease
ATiRadeon DDR MAXXRadeon 7000 X2Unreleased
ATiCAETroposRadeon 8500 X4Unreleased
ATiE&SsumFUSION 6000qRadeon 9700 PRO X4
ATiSapphire9800 PRO MAXXRadeon 9800 PRO X2Unreleased
ATiMSICopper Tube Ultra RX800Radeon X800 XL AGP
ATiSapphireBlizzard X850 XT PERadeon X850 XT PE
ATiGeCubeX1600 XT Gemini EditionRadeon X1600 XT X2Unreleased
ATiSapphireX1950 PRO DUALRadeon X1950 PRO X2
ATiSapphireHD 2600 x2Radeon HD 2600 X2
ATiRadeon HD 2900 XTX A0Radeon HD 2900 XTXUnreleased
ATiRadeon HD 2900 XTX A01Radeon HD 2900 XTXUnreleased
ATiRadeon HD 2900 XTX A1Radeon HD 2900 XTXUnreleased
ATiRadeon HD 2950 PRORadeon HD 2950 PROUnreleased
ATiRadeon HD 2950 XTXRadeon HD 2950 XTXUnreleased
ATiASUSROG HD 3850 X2Radeon HD 3850 X2
ATiASUSHD 3850 TrinityRadeon HD 3850 X3Unreleased
ATiHISHD 3870 IceQ 3 AGPRadeon HD 3870 AGPUnreleased
ATiASUSROG HD 3870 X2Radeon HD 3870 X2
ATiVisionTekHD 4670 X2 QUADRadeon HD 4670 X2
ATiASUSROG Matrix HD 4850Radeon HD 4850
ATiLanticHD 4855Radeon HD 4855
ATiASUSROG Matrix HD 4870Radeon HD 4870
ATiYestonHD 5770 X2Radeon HD 5770 X2
ATiASUSROG Matrix HD 5870 PlatinumRadeon HD 5870
ATiASUSROG ARESRadeon HD 5870 X2
ATiRadeon HD 5950Radeon HD 5950Unreleased
AMDColorFireHD 6850 X2 XStormRadeon HD 6850 X2
AMDASUSROG Matrix HD 7970 PlatinumRadeon HD 7970
AMDASUSROG ARES II PrototypeRadeon HD 7970 X2Unreleased
AMDASUSROG ARES IIRadeon HD 7970 X2
AMDASUSROG ARES IIIRadeon R9 290X2


CompanyAIBGraphics CardActual CardRelease
NVIDIAASUSV3400TNT Rev. 1.00Riva TNT
NVIDIAASUSV3400TNT Rev. 1.03Riva TNT
NVIDIAASUSV3800 MagicRiva TNT2 M64
NVIDIAASUSV3800 TVRiva TNT2 Ultra
NVIDIAASUSV6600MXGeForce256 SDR
NVIDIAASUSV6800 DeluxeGeForce256 DDR
NVIDIAASUSV8170 MagicGeForce4 MX 440-SE
NVIDIAASUSV8170 SEGeForce4 MX 440-SE
NVIDIAASUSV8200 DeluxeGeForce3
NVIDIAASUSV8420 DeluxeGeForce4 Ti 4200
NVIDIAASUSV8440 DeluxeGeForce4 Ti 4400
NVIDIAASUSV8460 Ultra DeluxeGeForce4 Ti 4600
NVIDIAASUSV9180 MagicGeForce4 MX 440-8X
NVIDIAASUSV9180 SEGeForce4 MX 440-8X
NVIDIAASUSV9280GeForce4 Ti 4200-8X
NVIDIAASUSV9400 MagicGeForce4 MX 4000
NVIDIAASUSV9400 XGeForce4 MX 4000
NVIDIAASUSV9400 Gamer EditionGeForce4 MX 4000
NVIDIAASUSV9480GeForce4 Ti 4800 SE
NVIDIAASUSV9520GeForce FX 5200
NVIDIAASUSV9560 Video SuiteGeForce FX 5600
NVIDIAASUSV9560 XTGeForce FX 5600 XT
NVIDIAASUSV9570 LEGeForce FX 5700 LE
NVIDIAASUSV9570 Gamer EditionGeForce FX 5700 LE
NVIDIAASUSV9570GeForce FX 5700
NVIDIAASUSV9900GeForce FX 5800
NVIDIAASUSV9900 UltraGeForce FX 5800 Ultra
NVIDIAASUSV9950GeForce FX 5900
NVIDIAASUSV9950 Gamer EditionGeForce FX 5900
NVIDIAASUSV9950 UltraGeForce FX 5900 Ultra
NVIDIAASUSV9980 UltraGeForce FX 5950 Ultra
NVIDIAASUSV9999 GTGeForce 6800 GT AGP
NVIDIAASUSV9999 Gamer EditionGeForce 6800 AGP
NVIDIAASUSV9999 UltraGeForce 6800 Ultra AGP
NVIDIAASUSV9999 Ultra DeluxeGeForce 6800 Ultra AGP
NVIDIATriplexTi4600 Millennium SilverGeForce4 Ti 4600
NVIDIAGIGABYTE6600 GT 3D1GeForce 6600 GT Dual
NVIDIA6610 XLGeForce 6610 XL
NVIDIA6700 XLGeForce 6700 XL
NVIDIAGIGABYTE6800 GT 3D1GeForce 6800 GT Dual
NVIDIAASUS6800 GT Extreme DualGeForce 6800 GT Dual
NVIDIAGalaxyGlacier 6800GUGeForce 6800 Ultra
NVIDIAASUS7800 GT DualGeForce 7800 GT Dual
NVIDIA7900 GX2GeForce 7900 GX2
NVIDIAOCZ8800 GTXGeForce 8800 GTX
NVIDIASPARKLECalibre 9600 GTGeForce 9600 GT
NVIDIAXFX9600 GTXGeForce 9600 GTX
NVIDIAASUSROG Matrix 9600 GTGeForce 9600 GT
NVIDIAASUSROG Matrix 9800 GTGeForce 9800 GT
NVIDIAASUSROG Matrix GTX 260GeForce GTX 260
NVIDIAEVGAGTX 275 CO-OP PhysX EditionGeForce GTX 275 PhysX
NVIDIAASUSROG Matrix GTX 285GeForce GTX 285
NVIDIAEVGAGTX 295 Red EditionGeForce GTX 295
NVIDIAEVGAGTX 295 CO-OP FTWGeForce GTX 295
NVIDIAASUSROG MARSGeForce GTX 295
NVIDIAEVGAGTX 460 2WinGeForce GTX 460 X2
NVIDIAGalaxyGTX 470 PhysX PrototypeGeForce GTX 470 PhysXUnreleased
NVIDIAGalaxyGTX 470 Dual PrototypeGeForce GTX 470 X2Unreleased
NVIDIAG-EmpireGTX 480 Core 512GeForce GTX 480 Core 512Unreleased
NVIDIAMSIGTX 560 Ti Golden EditionGeForce GTX 560 Ti
NVIDIAEVGAGTX 560 Ti 2WinGeForce GTX 560 Ti X2
NVIDIAGTX 580 Rev. 2GeForce GTX 580 Rev. 2
NVIDIAASUSROG Matrix GTX 580 PlatinumGeForce GTX 580
NVIDIAASUSROG MARS IIGeForce GTX 590
NVIDIAColorfuliGame GTX 680 KUDAN SilentGeForce GTX 680
NVIDIAEVGAGTX 680 2Win GeminiGeForce GTX 690Unreleased
NVIDIAASUSROG MARS IIIGeForce GTX 690Unreleased
NVIDIAMSIGTX 780 Ti LightningGeForce GTX 780 TiUnreleased
NVIDIAMSIGTX 780 Ti Lightning MOAGeForce GTX 780 TiUnreleased
NVIDIAGTX TITAN Z ESGeForce GTX TITAN ZUnreleased
NVIDIAGTX 980 ESGeForce GTX 980Unreleased
NVIDIAGTX 980 ESGeForce GTX 980Unreleased
NVIDIAGTX 1080 Ti 10GBGeForce GTX 1080 Ti 10GBUnreleased
NVIDIAGALAXGTX 1080 Ti HOF OC LabGeForce GTX 1080 TiUnreleased
 
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I remember seeing those horrible coolers like on the 1600XT, fins tight on the inside and spreading out. Just begging to get plugged with crap and kill your card.
 
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Think I saw a review for one of those 512 480s where it sucked down 200 more watts than a normal 480. Would have been the most power hungry single gpu card ever released by far.
 
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I believe the GeForce 7900 GX2 was also pretty rare (and mostly for OEMs, it was quickly replaced by the 7950 GX2 since the original 7900 ahd lots of issues)

Sapphire worked on a dual Radeon 9800 cards named Sapphire Radeon 9800Pro MAXX (reminiscence of the old ATi Rage Fury MAXX which also contained 2 chips)
 

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Geforce 7900 GTO was pretty rare, and very good.
 
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Think I saw a review for one of those 512 480s where it sucked down 200 more watts than a normal 480. Would have been the most power hungry single gpu card ever released by far.
You mean this card?

http://en.expreview.com/2010/08/09/world-exclusive-review-512sp-geforce-gtx-480/9070.html

My favorite card design has always been the 7900 GX2, which was only made for a few pre-built systems and never sold at retail. You have a card listed in the DB as a 7900GX2 (http://www.techpowerup.com/gpudb/172/NVIDIA_GeForce_7900_GX2.html), but its picture and specs are actually that of a 7950GX2.

The 7900GX2 has a much longer PCB, a higher memory clock, dual SLI fingers, and full PCIe bandwidth (each GPU on the 7950GX2 got x8 bandwidth compared to x16 on the 7900GX2) This site has a better description of it (http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/graphics/2006/05/01/quad_sli_geforce_7900_gx2/1).

edit:

Also, ASUS had a dual GTX 480 prototype http://www.bit-tech.net/news/hardware/2010/07/16/asus-shows-off-dual-nvidia-fermi-card/1

Another thing to mention (sorry about the numerous posts in series). The X800 GTO AGP you have in the DB is somewhat incorrect. There are two versions of the X800 GTO AGP - a version based on the R480 with native AGP and a version based on the R430 with a PCIe to AGP bridge. They both have the same clocks and shaders. I owned the bridged version (this card, specifically SAPPHIRE 100131L Radeon X800GTO 256MB 256-bit GDDR...) and the R430 versions have noticably different PCB layouts and PCB lengths than the R480 versions.

edit: I also noticed that you have Mac editions of some cards, so how about the GTX 285 Mac edition? I don't know if it's different enough from the standard card to warrant a separate page though. http://www.anandtech.com/show/2805
 
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My favorite card design has always been the 7900 GX2, which was only made for a few pre-built systems and never sold at retail. You have a card listed in the DB as a 7900GX2 (http://www.techpowerup.com/gpudb/172/NVIDIA_GeForce_7900_GX2.html), but its picture and specs are actually that of a 7950GX2.

The 7900GX2 has a much longer PCB, a higher memory clock, dual SLI fingers, and full PCIe bandwidth (each GPU on the 7950GX2 got x8 bandwidth compared to x16 on the 7900GX2) This site has a better description of it (http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/graphics/2006/05/01/quad_sli_geforce_7900_gx2/1).

edit:

Also, ASUS had a dual GTX 480 prototype http://www.bit-tech.net/news/hardware/2010/07/16/asus-shows-off-dual-nvidia-fermi-card/1
if u can find me clear pics of both, that wpuld be nice :) im going to try and add al concept gpus, rare gpus today :)
 
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OMG, those early Multi-GPUs just screams driver problems. :rolleyes:
Think I saw a review for one of those 512 480s where it sucked down 200 more watts than a normal 480. Would have been the most power hungry single gpu card ever released by far.
Between that and the 4870X2 in furmark :laugh:
I believe many of those GTX480 512SP that exists are clocked even higher than GTX580s, on an inferior process which contributes to the problem.
 
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Wasn't the 3850x2 a thing?
 
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anyone remember these? http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/graphics/display/xgi-volari.html



i remember reading some pc magazine article about a new player in the gfx market years ago before i even had interwebz connection, it was the first time i ever saw a dual gpu card (had no idea of voodoos back then). they never really caught on though.
 
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anyone remember these? http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/graphics/display/xgi-volari.html

http://www.pc-erfahrung.de/fileadmin/Grafikchips/xgi_volari_v8_duo.gif

i remember reading some pc magazine article about a new player in the gfx market years ago before i even had interwebz connection, it was the first time i ever saw a dual gpu card (had no idea of voodoos back then). they never really caught on though.
the V8 was released in 2004, when exactly did you get an Internet connection?
 
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i got my dsl connection at home some year and a half ago when the prices became acceptable for 4Mb downstream, 3 or 4 years ago i was at college and the place where i lived had shared 5Mb connection, before that i intermittently used a 56k modem since the dsl was ridiculously expensive (something like 40$ a month for 384k downstream with a 1GB traffic cap, i couldn't burden my parents with that since their combined income was less than 1k$ a month back then). poor people in a fucked up country with thieves running isp's, maximum dsl speed you can get here is 20Mb downstream with 768k (!) upload.
 

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i got my dsl connection at home some year and a half ago when the prices became acceptable for 4Mb downstream, 3 or 4 years ago i was at college and the place where i lived had shared 5Mb connection, before that i intermittently used a 56k modem since the dsl was ridiculously expensive (something like 40$ a month for 384k downstream with a 1GB traffic cap, i couldn't burden my parents with that since their combined income was less than 1k$ a month back then). poor people in a fucked up country with thieves running isp's, maximum dsl speed you can get here is 20Mb downstream with 768k (!) upload.
wow that upload is horrible, whats wrogn with isps where they cant have worldwide same connection speeds
 
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#21
added a few more rare/prototype gpus ^^
 
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#24
Think I saw a review for one of those 512 480s where it sucked down 200 more watts than a normal 480. Would have been the most power hungry single gpu card ever released by far.
You need to sit by two gtx 460 2win folding: around 350w of pure heat for each card...

I got 4 of them folding in my appartment at the moment, and as space heaters they work great: no need to turn on heating, and it's -5c outside!

They were really hard to find though.
 
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You need to sit by two gtx 460 2win folding: around 350w of pure heat for each card...

I got 4 of them folding in my appartment at the moment, and as space heaters they work great: no need to turn on heating, and it's -5c outside!

They were really hard to find though.
That doesn't really compare, that 480 would be sucking down about 500 watts by itself. Two would just be retarded.
 
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