Do you want to know more about your graphic card ??

In what position or class the graphic card in your laptop or PC ??
The followings are Popular Mobile Graphic Cards based on the class.

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Class 1

» GeForce GTX 280M SLI
» Mobility Radeon HD 4870 X2
» GeForce GTX 260M SLI
» GeForce 9800M GTX SLI
» GeForce GTX 280M
» GeForce 9800M GT SLI
» GeForce 9800M GTS SLI
» Mobility Radeon HD 3870 X2
» GeForce 8800M GTX SLI
» Mobility Radeon HD 3850 X2
» Quadro FX 3700M
» Mobility Radeon HD 4870
» GeForce GTX 260M
» GeForce 9800M GTX
» Mobility Radeon HD 4860
» Mobility Radeon HD 4850
» GeForce 9800M GT
» GeForce 8800M GTX
» GeForce GTS 260M
» GeForce GTS 250M
» GeForce GTS 160M
» GeForce 9800M GTS
» GeForce 9800M GS
» Mobility Radeon HD 4830
» GeForce GTS 150M

Class 2

» Quadro FX 3600M
» GeForce 8800M GTS
» Mobility Radeon HD 4670
» GeForce 9700M GTS
» Quadro FX 2700M
» Mobility Radeon HD 3870
» Mobility Radeon HD 4650
» GeForce Go 7950 GTX SLI
» GeForce Go 7900 GTX SLI
» Mobility Radeon HD 3850
» GeForce GT 240M
» GeForce Go 7950 GTX
» Quadro FX 3500M
» GeForce 8700M GT SLI
» GeForce Go 7800 GTX SLI
» GeForce Go 7900 GS SLI
» GeForce Go 7900 GTX
» Quadro FX 2500M
» GeForce 8600M GT SLI
» GeForce 9700M GT
» GeForce GT 130M
» GeForce 9650M GT
» GeForce Go 7900 GS
» GeForce 9650M GS
» Quadro FX 1700M
» Quadro FX 1600M
» GeForce 8700M GT
» Quadro NVS 320M
» Quadro FX 1500M
» GeForce 9600M GT
» Quadro FX 770M
» GeForce GT 120M
» GeForce Go 7800 GTX
» Mobility Radeon HD 2600 XT
» Mobility Radeon X1900
» Mobility Radeon X1800XT
» Mobility Radeon X1800
» GeForce Go 6800 Ultra
» GeForce Go 7800
» Mobility Radeon HD 3670
» GeForce 9600M GS
» GeForce 9500M GS
» Mobility Radeon HD 4570
» Mobility Radeon HD 2700
» Mobility Radeon HD 3650
» Mobility FireGL V5725
» Mobility FireGL V5700
» Quadro FX 570M
» GeForce 8600M GT
» Mobility Radeon HD 2600
» GeForce Go 7600 GT

Class 3

» GeForce GT 230M
» GeForce G 210M
» GeForce 9500M G
» GeForce 8600M GS
» GeForce Go 7700
» GeForce Go 6800
» Quadro FX Go 1400
» Mobility Radeon X800XT
» Mobility Radeon HD 4530
» Mobility Radeon X1700
» Mobility FireGL V5250
» Mobility Radeon X2500
» GeForce Go 7600
» Quadro NVS 300M
» Mobility Radeon X800
» Mobility Radeon X1600
» Mobility FireGL V5200
» Mobility Radeon 9800
» GeForce Go 6600
» Mobility Radeon X1450
» Mobility Radeon X700
» Mobility FireGL V5000
» GeForce G 110M
» GeForce 8400M GT
» Quadro NVS 140M
» GeForce G 105M
» GeForce 9500M GE
» GeForce G 102M
» GeForce 9400M (G)
» Mobility Radeon HD 3470 Hybrid X2
» GeForce 9400M GeForceBoost
» Mobility Radeon HD 3470
» GeForce 9300M G
» GeForce 9300M GS
» Quadro FX 370M
» Quadro NVS 160M
» GeForce 9200M GS
» Mobility Radeon HD 4330
» Mobility Radeon HD 3450
» Mobility Radeon HD 3430
» Mobility Radeon HD 3410
» Quadro NVS 150M
» Mobility Radeon HD 2400 XT
» Quadro FX 360M
» Mobility Radeon X1350
» Mobility Radeon X1400
» GeForce 9100M G
» GeForce 8400M GS
» Quadro NVS 135M
» Mobility Radeon HD 2400
» Radeon HD 3200
» Radeon HD 3100
» Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 4700MHD
» GeForce 8400M G
» Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 4500MHD
» Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 4500M
» Quadro NVS 130M
» GeForce 8200M G
» GeForce Go 7400
» Quadro FX 350M
» Quadro NVS 120M
» GeForce Go 7300
» Quadro NVS 110M
» Mobility Radeon X600
» Mobility FireGL V3200
» Mobility Radeon X2300
» Mobility Radeon HD 2300
» Mobility Radeon 9700
» Mobility FireGL T2e
» Mobility FireGL V3100

Class 4

» Mobility Radeon X1300
» GeForce4 4200 Go
» Mobility Radeon 9600
» Mobility FireGL T2
» Mobility Radeon 9550
» GeForce Go 7200
» GeForce Go 6400
» Mobility Radeon X300
» GeForce Go 6250
» GeForce Go 6200
» GeForce FX Go 5700
» Quadro FX Go 1000
» GeForce FX Go 5600 / 5650

Class 5

» Radeon Xpress X1270
» Radeon Xpress X1250
» Radeon Xpress 1250
» Radeon Xpress X1200
» Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) X3100
» Radeon Xpress 1150
» GeForce 7150M
» GeForce Go 6150
» GeForce Go 6100
» GeForce 7000M
» Mobility Radeon 9200
» GeForce FX Go 5200
» Mobility Radeon 9000
» GeForce 4 488 Go
» GeForce 4 460 Go
» GeForce 4 440 Go
» GeForce 4 420 Go
» Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 950
» Mobility Radeon 7500
» Mobility FireGL 7800
» Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 900
» Radeon Xpress 200M
» Radeon Xpress 1100

Class 6

» Mobility FireGL 9000
» Mirage 3+ 672MX
» Mirage 3 671MX
» Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 500
» GeForce 3 Go
» GeForce 2 Go (200 / 100)
» Mobility Radeon 9100 IGP
» Mobility Radeon 9000 IGP
» Mobility Radeon M7
» Mobility Radeon M6
» Mobility Radeon 7000 IGP
» Chrome9 HC
» Extreme Graphics 2
» Radeon IGP 340M
» S3G UniChrome Pro II
» S3G UniChrome Pro
» Mirage 2 M760
» Mirage M661FX
» S3 Graphics ProSavage8
» Castle Rock
» Mobility 128 M3
» SM502

And What  my graphic card can do with my computer/ laptop ???

See the following comparison:

Comparison of Graphic Cards ……

In the following I will briefly list all graphics cards which are available for notebooks at the market today. The GPUs are sorted by performance and classified in different classes. To get an overview of current laptop graphic cards, older cards, check these things out >>>>>

Class 1

High End Graphics Cards -

These cards are compareable to enthusiasm desktop graphics cards, like the 9800M GT. The cards have a similar core, as their desktop counterparts, but are clocked lower and often have less shader processors. Modern games like Age of Conan, Race Driver Grid, Call of Duty 4, Mass Effect, or Gothic 3 should run fluently with high details (Crysis should run in medium to high details).

» NVIDIA GeForce GTX 280M SLI

Two GeForce GTX 280M graphics cards in SLI combination. About 0-40% faster than a single GTX 280M. Because of the SLI combination, there can be the problem of micro stuttering.
585 MHz, 256 – unified, DX10 | 950 MHz, 256 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4870 X2

Two Mobility Radeon HD 4870 in Crossfire mode (similar to SLI). Doubles the power consumption but shows only 0-50% better performance (depends on the game support, drivers and settings).
550 MHz, 1600 – unified, DX10.1 | 888 MHz, 256 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260M SLI

Two GeForce GTX 260M in SLI combination. As the 260M is only minimally faster than a 9800M GTX, the 260M SLI should perform similar to a 9800M GTX sli (about 0-40% faster than a single 260M). May suffer from micro stuttering in low fps ranges.
550 MHz, 224 – unified, DX10 | 950 MHz, 256 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce 9800M GTX SLI

Two 9800M GTX paired with SLI. About 0-40% faster depending on the game / benchmark. As all SLI combinations, the 9800M GTX SLI suffers from micro stuttering with low frame rates. In SLI mode enormous energy consumption.
500 MHz, 224 – unified, DX10 | 800 MHz, 256 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce GTX 280M

The GeForce GTX 280M is based on the G92b chip with the full range of 128 pipelines and therefore is similar to the Desktop 9800 GTX+ (but not similar to the GTX 280). Due to more pipelines and a higher clock, it is considerable faster than the 9800M GTX.
585 MHz, 128 – unified, DX10 | 950 MHz, 256 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce 9800M GT SLI

Two 9800M GT in SLI comination. The 9800M GT is identical like the 8800M GTX regarding the technical data. Therefore, the performance can be compared with the 8800M GTX SLI. According to the SLI support, the performance is 0-40% better than a single 9800M GT. Micro stutterings can occur like with all SLI combinations.
500 MHz, 192 – unified, DX10 | 800 MHz, 256 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce 9800M GTS SLI

Two 9800M GTS graphics card in SLI mode. The two cards are somewhere between 0-40% faster than a single GTS and need the twice amount of current. As all SLI combinations, micro stuttering can be an issue.
600 MHz, 128 – unified, DX10 | 800 MHz, 256 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3870 X2

Two Mobility Radeon 3870 graphics cards (on MXM boards) combined in crossfire mode. The crossfire mode is compareable to the SLI solution by Nvidia and should perform about 20-40% better than a single 3870. As all multi GPU solutions today, the HD 3870 X2 suffers from micro stuttering (at frame rates around 30 fps).
660 MHz, 640 – unified, DX10.1 | 850 MHz, 256 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce 8800M GTX SLI

Two Nvidia GeForce 8800M GTX are combined by SLI with the purpose to offer the fastest graphic performance for laptops. DirectX 10 games should run fluently with high details. Currently the SLI is solution is only 0-9% faster than a single 8800M GTX in games (in 3DMark up to 36%).
500 MHz, 192 – unified, DX10 | 800 MHz, 256 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3850 X2

The X2 consists out of two Mobilty Radeon HD 3850 in Crossfire mode. According to AMD the performance should be compareable to an 8800M GTX SLI.
580 MHz, 640 – unified, DX10.1 | 750 MHz, 256 Bit

» NVIDIA Quadro FX 3700M

Professional high-end mobile workstation graphics card with certified drivers. Features even more shaders than the 9800M GTX (128 versus 112) at compareable clock speed.
550 MHz, 128 – unified, DX10 | 800 MHz, 256 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4870

Higher clocked Mobility Radeon HD 4850 with GDDR5 memory. The clock rates lie below the desktop 4850. Still the current consumption is very high.
550 MHz, 800 – unified, DX10.1 | 888 MHz, 256 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260M

The Nvidia GeForce GTX 260M is basically a higher clocked GeForce 9800M GTX in 55nm and based on the G92b core (therefore not compareable to the desktop GTX 260). Compared with the 9800M GTX, the GTX 260M is produced in 55nm and therefore higher clocked.
550 MHz, 112 – unified, DX10 | 950 MHz, 256 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce 9800M GTX

As the 8800M GTX, the 9800M GTX is based on the G92 chip, but has more unified shaders. This provides enough performance for high details in demanding DirectX 10 games like Crysis, Bioshock, or Age of Conan. The integrated PureVideo HD engine can assist the cpu in decoding HD videos.
500 MHz, 112 – unified, DX10 | 800 MHz, 256 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4860 *

40nm RV740 core (the desktop version is called HD 4750) that features less shader cores than the Mobility HD 4850 (640 like the desktop HD 4830) and only a 128 bit memory bus. Because of the high core clock and GDDR5 memory, the card should perform pretty well.
650 MHz, 640 – unified, DX10.1 | 1000 MHz, 128 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4850

Based on the desktop HD 4850 but with slower clock rates. The current consumption ranges from 45 to 65 Watt for the 4800 series.
500 MHz, 800 – unified, DX10.1 | 850 MHz, 256 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce 9800M GT

Based on the G92 core, but only with 96 shaders. The performance should be similar to the 8800M GTX. PureVideo HD supports the CPU in decoding HD Videos.
500 MHz, 96 – unified, DX10 | 800 MHz, 256 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce 8800M GTX

The Nvidia GeForce 8800M GTX is based upon the desktop G92 chip and offers clearly better performance than the GeForce 8700M GT and 8800M GTS due to 256 bit memory bus.
500 MHz, 96 – unified, DX10 | 800 MHz, 256 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce GTS 260M *

The GTS260M is a higher clocked 250M that also consumes a lot more power according to the official TDP values (38W versus 28W). Because of the 128 Bit bus it should perform worse than a 9800M GT (perhaps the performance can be reached with GDDR5 memory).
550 MHz, 96 – unified, DX10.1 | 1800 MHz, 128 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce GTS 250M *

The GPU has 96 shader cores but only a 128 bit memory bus that supports GDDR5 memory. Because of the 40nm process (and a selection process) the 250M offers a very low power consumption (the 260M needs 10W more).
500 MHz, 96 – unified, DX10.1 | 1600 MHz, 128 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce GTS 160M

55nm version of the GeForce 9800M GTS with the current comsumtion of the 9800M GS and therefore even apt for 15″ laptops.
600 MHz, 64 – unified, DX10 | 800 MHz, 256 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce 9800M GTS

Based on the desktop 9600 GT (G94 core), the 9800M GTS is produced either in 65 nm (512 MB) or 55 nm (1024 MB). The performance of the GTS is compareable to the GT version (due to the higher clock speed). The PureVideo HD engine supports the CPU in decoding HD videos.
600 MHz, 64 – unified, DX10 | 800 MHz, 256 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce 9800M GS

As the 9800M GTS, the 9800M GS is based on the G94 core but features a lower clock speed. It is manufactured in 55 nm and therefore has a lower max current consumption (60W). The integrated PureVideo HD engine is able to decode HD videos.
530 MHz, 64 – unified, DX10 | 800 MHz, 256 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4830 *

Slower clocked Mobility Radeon HD 4860 and therefore also based on the 40nm RV740 chip (desktop HD 4700 series). Supports only DDR3 and GDDR3 instead of GDDRR5 in the HD 4860.
550 MHz, 640 – unified, DX10.1 | , 128 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce GTS 150M*

Slower clocked GeForce GTS 160M and therefore also based on the G94b core.
400 MHz, 64 – unified, DX10.0 | 800 MHz, 256 Bit

Class 2

Midrange Graphics Cards – These cards should be able to display all current games with fluent framerates but not all with high detail settings. Especially demanding games like Crysis, Age of Conan, or Mass Effect are only playable with lower settings. Less demanding (and older) games, like Fifa 08, Command & Conquer 3, or Battlefield 2142 can be played with higher detail levels.

» NVIDIA Quadro FX 3600M

The professional graphic card for CAD, DCC and visualising applications is based upon the 8800M GTX (according to GPU-Z on the GTS). Therefore, the graphic card offers eminent performance values but with high current consumption. Dedicated drivers grant an errorfree and faster representation with professional applications than the GeForce models.
500 MHz, 96 – unified, DX10 | 800 MHz, 256 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce 8800M GTS

The Nvidia GeForce 8800M GTS is based upon the Desktio G92 chip and offers a better performance than the GeForce 8700M GT due to a 256 bit memory bus and much more Shaders. The amount of shaders is lower than with the GTX version (64 versus 96).
500 MHz, 64 – unified, DX10 | 800 MHz, 256 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4670

Higher clocked version of the Mobilty HD 4650. Supports the Avivo HD technology and should perform significantly better than the pevious 3670. The performance of the cards depends on the used type of memory (DDR2, DDR3, GDDR3 possible) and should lie somewhere between the desktop HD 4650 and 4670.
675 MHz, 320 – unified, DX10.1 | 800 MHz, 128 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce 9700M GTS

The 9700M GTS is not based on the G96 (as the GT) but on the G94 core with 48 shaders. PureVideo HD helps the CPU in decoding HD videos.
530 MHz, 48 – unified, DX10 | 800 MHz, 256 Bit

» NVIDIA Quadro FX 2700M

Professional mobile workstation card with certified drivers. Based on the GeForce 9700M GTS.
530 MHz, 48 – unified, DX10 | 800 MHz, 256 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3870

Higher clocked Mobilty Radeon HD 3850, also manufactured in 55 nm and with DirectX 10.1 support. The Avivo HD video engine helps the cpu in decoding HD videos.
660 MHz, 320 – unified, DX10.1 | 850 MHz, 256 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4650

The Mobility HD 4650 is based on the Desktop 4650 architecture, but features a lower clock rate of memory and core. Depending on the core clock (450-550MHz possible) and the used memory (DDR2, DDR3, GDDR3 with 600-800 MHz possible) the mobile 4650 can show a different performance. The current consumption of the chip alone ranges from 15-25W. Features Avivo HD video features.
550 MHz, 320 – unified, DX10.1 | 800 MHz, 128 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce Go 7950 GTX SLI

2x by SLI combined GeForce 7950 GTX graphic cards at a chipset NVidia NForce 4 SLI. Very high DirectX 9 performance and high heat creation characterize these two cards.
575 MHz, 48 / 16 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 700 MHz, 256 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce Go 7900 GTX SLI

Two NVIDIA GeForce Go 7900 GTX graphics cards are bounded by SLI. Depending on the SLI support of the game, the performance advantage of the 2nd card can be between 0-50%.
500 MHz, 48 / 16 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 600 MHz, 256 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3850

Lower clocked desktop HD 3850 manufactured in 55 nm and with DirectX 10.1 support. The performance should be somewhere between 8800 GTS and GTX and therefore it should perform quite well for games like Call of Duty 4. The Avivo HD video engine helps the cpu in decoding HD videos.
580 MHz, 320 – unified, DX10.1 | 750 MHz, 256 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce GT 240M *

The GeForce GT 240M is the successor of the GT 130M / 9600M and has now 48 instead of 32 shader cores. Therefore, the performance should be noticeable better. Because of the 40nm process, the TDP is still 23 Watt.
550 MHz, 48 – unified, DX10.1 | 800 MHz, 128 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce Go 7950 GTX

The NVIDIA GeForce Go 7950 GTX is top of the mobile graphic cards line from NVIDIA (of the 7000 series) and successor of the 7900 GTX graphics card. It has the same current consumption as the 7900 GTX card an still performs very good in DX9 games.
575 MHz, 24 / 8 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 700 MHz, 256 Bit

» NVIDIA Quadro FX 3500M

The Quadro FX 3500M is the fastest professional workstation graphic card for laptops frpm NVIDIA. Probably it is based upon NVIDIA GeForce Go 7950GTX. Therefore also a good gaming performance can be expected.
575 MHz, 24 / 8 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 700 MHz, 256 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce 8700M GT SLI

2 GeForce 8700M GT graphic cards combined by SLI offer very good performance data but also a high current consumption. The SLI performance advantage may be very low (depending on the SLI support of the game).
625 MHz, 64 – unified, DX10 | 800 MHz, 2×128 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce Go 7800 GTX SLI

NVIDIA GeForce Go 7800 GTX SLI are two Geforce 7800GTX video cards for notebooks combined by SLI on NVidia NForce 4 SLI mainboard. It was the top graphic card of the 7000 series from NVidia before the introduction of the 7900.
440 MHz, 48 / 16 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 550 MHz, 256 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce Go 7900 GS SLI

Two NVIDIA GeForce Go 7900 GS graphics cards are bounded by SLI. This shows only in SLI supported games a clear performance advantage and makes it partially faster than a GTX version.

375 MHz, 40 / 14 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 500 MHz, 256 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce Go 7900 GTX

GeForce Go 7900 GTX is the predecessor of the 7950 GTX and has still a very good DirectX 9 performance.
500 MHz, 24 / 8 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 600 MHz, 256 Bit

» NVIDIA Quadro FX 2500M

This is a professional video card for notebooks from NVidia It is based on 7900GTX. The application performance is very good due to special professional drivers (3D rendering, CAD), but the gaming performance is weaker. With modded drivers, it should work like a 7900 GTX.
500 MHz, 24 / 8 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 600 MHz, 256 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce 8600M GT SLI

Two DirectX 10 medium class GeForce 8600M GT graphic cards combined by SLI. Due to SLI they are 0-60% faster than one single card depending on the game. The performance is sufficient for current games but not sufficient for DirectX 10 detail levels.  The graphic chip H.264 offers hardware acceleration for videos.
475 MHz, 64 – unified, DX10 | 700 MHz, 128 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce 9700M GT

Successor of the 8700M GT and technically a higher clocked 9600M GT. Improved video engine for decoding HD videos (PureVideo HD – VP2), HybridPower, CUDA, and PhysX support.
625 MHz, 32 – unified, DX10 | 800 MHz, 128 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce GT 130M

The GeForce GT 130M is a higher clocked GeForce 9650M GT with a slightly lower TDP (level of the 9600M GT). The performance differs according to the used type of memory (DDR3 up to 1066 MHz and DDR up to 600 MHz). PhysX is only supported in an SLI configuration.
600 MHz, 32 – unified, DX10 | 1066 MHz, 128 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce 9650M GT

The GeForce 9650M GT is a higher clocked 9600M GT but because of the die shrink from 65nm to 55nm the current consumption stays the same. The performance of the higher clocked chip should be up to 20% faster than the 9600M GT.
550 MHz, 32 – unified, DX10 | 800 MHz, 128 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce Go 7900 GS

This is the smaller version of the 7900 GTX with less shader- and vertex-pipelines and less current consumption. Nevertheless it is not apt for small notebooks. The performance is near to the 7800 GTX, but needs clearly less energy. It was used in 17″ notebooks, because of heat issues.
375 MHz, 20 / 7 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 500 MHz, 256 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce 9650M GS

The 9650M is a higher clocked 9500M GS and the successor of the 8700M GT (same chip but other spinning). Therefore, the performance should be on par with the 8700M GT.
625 MHz, 32 – unified, DX10 | 800 MHz, 128 Bit

» NVIDIA Quadro FX 1700M

Professional graphics card based on the G96 core (9600M series).
625 MHz, 32 – unified, DX10 | 800 MHz, 128 Bit

» NVIDIA Quadro FX 1600M

This is a highend workstation graphic chip (for CAD and 3D programs optimized) with DirectX 10 and good OpenGL support – based on the GeForce 8700M GT graphic card.
625 MHz, 32 – unified, DX10 | 800 MHz, 128 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce 8700M GT

The NVIDIA GeForce 8700M GT is a DirectX 10 capable video card with 32 Stream Precessors like the 8600M GT, but the core-, shader- and memory clock is higher. Therefore the performance is somewhat above the 8600M GT.
625 MHz, 32 – unified, DX10 | 800 MHz, 128 Bit

» NVIDIA Quadro NVS 320M

DirectX 10 business graphic card, which is optimized for compatibility and stability. The graphic card seems to have the same core like the 8700M series and therefore shows good performance data.
575 MHz, 32 – unified, DX10 | 700 MHz, 128 Bit

» NVIDIA Quadro FX 1500M

NVIDIA Quadro FX 1500M is the version of 7900 GS video card for notebooks, which is optimized for CAD and professional 3D-applications.
375 MHz, 20 / 7 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 500 MHz, 256 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GT

Successor of the 8600M GT and because of the smaller 65nm production process the card is higher clocked (and therefore faster) with the same current consumption.Furthermore, it features an improved video processor (VP3) and HybridPower to save current (in conjunction with the 9100M G).
500 MHz, 32 – unified, DX10 | 800 MHz, 128 Bit

» NVIDIA Quadro FX 770M

Professional graphics card with certified drivers for professional 3D applications and CAD with a significant improved OpenGL performance. The chip is based on the 9600M GT consumer cards.
500 MHz, 32 – unified, DX10 | 800 MHz, 128 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce GT 120M

Slower clocked GeForce GT 130M with the same features (55nm) and a lower power consumption. Successor of the 9600M GS and about as fast as the 9600M GT.
32 – unified, DX10 | , 128 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce Go 7800 GTX

NVIDIA GeForce Go 7800 GTX was the top graphic card of the 7000 series from NVidia before the introduction of the 7900 and still provides good DirectX 9 performance.

440 MHz, 24 / 8 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 550 MHz, 256 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon HD 2600 XT

The 2600 XT is a higher clocked HD 2600/2700 with Avivo HD video functions. The performance lies a bit over the 9500M GS middle class graphics card. Modern DirectX 10 games are playable but not with highest details.
700 MHz, 120 – unified, DX10 | 750 MHz, 128 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon X1900

Fastest DirectX 9 only graphics card from ATI and as fast as an 7900 GS. Has enough performance for all DirectX 9 games.
400 MHz, 36 / 8 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 470 MHz, 256 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon X1800XT

More pipelines and a faster clockspeed enable the X1800XT to have more performance than the X1800 and make it therefore good for elder DirectX 9 games.
550 MHz, 16 / 8 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 650 MHz, 256 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon X1800

The ATI Mobility Radeon X1800 is a reduced version of the X1800XT with still a high current consumption.
450 MHz, 12 / 6 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 500 MHz, 256 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce Go 6800 Ultra

The mobile top video card of the 6000 series brought more desktop-comparable performance in notebooks. Nevertheless, it also has a considerable current consumption and heat development. It is a higher clocked Geforce Go 6800 (not more pipelines!) and therefore faster and hotter, too. It was replaced by 7800 GTX and 7900 GTX.
450 MHz, 12 / 5 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 600 MHz, 256 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce Go 7800

NVIDIA GeForce Go 7800 is the small sister (less pipelines, low clocked) of the 7800 GTX video cards for notebooks. It is a very fast graphic card and allows good gaming performance (in 2006). It was replaced by the GeForce Go 7900 GS.
400 MHz, 16 / 6 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 550 MHz, 256 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3670

Higher clocked HD 3650 with clock rates nearly as high as the old 2600 XT. Compared to it, the HD 3650 should be cooler (55nm process) and features DirectX 10.1 support. Avivo HD is also included to decode HD videos with the GPU.
680 MHz, 120 – unified, DX10.1 | 800 MHz, 128 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GS

Slower clocked 9600M GT and therefore a bit slower and cooler. In conjunction with an 9100M the 9600M GS is able to use HybridPower to save current.
430 MHz, 32 – unified, DX10 | 800 MHz, 128 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce 9500M GS

Middle class GPU that ist about 10% faster than a similar clocked GeForce 8600M GT graphics adapter. Therefore, the card does not deliver enough performance for very high details with DirectX 10 effects of demanding games like Crysis.
475 MHz, 32 – unified, DX10 | 700 MHz, 128 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4570

Lower middle-class GPU that features a low shader count and a 64 / 128 Bit memory bus (according to AMD 64 Bit, according to some GPU-Z variants 128 Bit) but a high clock speed. Similar to the desktop Radeon 4550. Supports Avivo HD and DirectX 10.1.
680 MHz, 80 – unified, DX10.1 | 800 MHz, 64 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon HD 2700

It is a higher clocked HD 2600 and intended competitor to the 8600M GT middle class graphic card. Furthermore, this video card offers some video functions (Avivo HD).
700 MHz, 120 – unified, DX10 | 700 MHz, 128 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3650

The Hd 3650 is a middle class graphics card (in 2008) and compareable to an 8600M GT GPU from Nvidia. It is fabricated in 55nm process and due to Avivo video engine the graphic card can support the processor with several video operations (HD video too).
600 MHz, 120 – unified, DX10.1 | 700 MHz, 128 Bit

» ATI Mobility FireGL V5725 *

Professional middle-class graphic card with OpenGL optimized drivers that are certified for most 3D and CAD applications.
680 MHz, 120 – unified, DX10.1 | 800 MHz, 128 Bit

» ATI Mobility FireGL V5700

The FireGL V5700 is a professional graphics card and based on the HD 3650 core chip. Especially the OpenGL performance should be higher than with a consumer card.
600 MHz, 120 – unified, DX10.1 | 700 MHz, 128 Bit

» NVIDIA Quadro FX 570M

Performance workstation grafik chip with DirectX 10 support, probably bases upon 8600M GT.
475 MHz, 32 – unified, DX10 | 700 MHz, 128 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce 8600M GT

The NVIDIA GeForce 8600M GT is the DirectX 10 capable successor of the GeForce Go 7600 GT GPU for laptops. Depending on the used graphic memory and the clock speed,  the performance is between the 7600 GT and 7900 GS video card.
475 MHz, 32 – unified, DX10 | 700 MHz, 128 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon HD 2600

This is a DirectX 10 graphic card from ATI and direct competitor to the NVIDIA GeForce 8600M GS graphic card for laptops and performs in games much better than the Nvidia card.
500 MHz, 120 – unified, DX10 | 600 MHz, 128 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce Go 7600 GT

The NVIDIA GeForce Go 7600 GT video card for notebooks is a faster GeForce Go 7600 with 4 additional pixel-pipelines (12 instead of 8) but was only obstruced in the Sony AR11 notebook.
500 MHz, 12 / 5 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 600 MHz, 128 Bit

Class 3

Low-Midrange Graphics Cards – Lower end of Graphics Cards for users who want to play games. New games should run on these cards, but only with decreased details and mediocre resolution.

» NVIDIA GeForce GT 230M *

The GeForce GT 230M features 48 shader cores as the 9700M GTS but only a 64 bit memory bus. Because of the 40nm process the power consumption is in the region of the GT 130M.
500 MHz, 48 – unified, DX10.1 | 800 MHz, 128 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce G 210M *

The GeForce G210M is the successor of the G110M and also posses 16 shader cores. Because of the 40nm process, the chip is clocked much higher but is still staying in the same power envelope.
625 MHz, 16 – unified, DX10.1 | 800 MHz, 64 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce 9500M G

Compared to the 9600M and 9500M GS, the 9500M G has only half of the unified shaders (16 versus 32) as the old 9600M GS. Therefore, the performance should be clearly beyond these cards. The 9500M G is the fastest card that still supports GeForceBoost (SLI with chipset 9100M G). Furthermore, HybridPower and the new PureVideo HD (VP3) engine are included.
500 MHz, 16 – unified, DX10 | 800 MHz, 128 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce 8600M GS

NVIDIA GeForce 8600M GS is the DirectX 10 capable successor of the GeForce Go 7600 / 7700 for laptops and technically a higher clocked 8400M GT. The performance is slightly above the 7600 / 7700 and, therefore, it can represent DirectX9 games fluently. For DirectX 10 effects, the power of the card is not sufficient.
600 MHz, 16 – unified, DX10 | 700 MHz, 128 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce Go 7700

The NVIDIA GeForce Go 7700 is the successor of the NVidia GeForce Go 7600 video card for notebooks. It is built in 80nm process and its performance is between GeForce Go 7600 and 7600 GT.
450 MHz, 12 / 5 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 500 MHz, 128 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce Go 6800

NVIDIA GeForce Go 6800 is lower clocked than the 6800 Ultra video card for notebooks (and also cooler). The number of pixel pipelines and vertex pipelines is the same like in 6800 Ultra.
300 MHz, 12 / 5 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 300 MHz, 128/256 Bit

» NVIDIA Quadro FX Go 1400

NVIDIA Quadro FX Go 1400 is a professional notebook video card for CAD and professional 3D applications and based on the NVIDIA GeForce Go 6800 chip.
330 MHz, 12 / 5 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 500 MHz, 256 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon X800XT

Once, the ATI Mobility Radeon X800XT was the top graphic card of the X-series. Nevertheless it only offers Shader 2.0 and was detached by the X1800XT for notebooks.

480 MHz, 16 / 6 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9b | 550 MHz, 256 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4530 *

About 27% slower clocked Mobility Radeon 4570. Power consumption 8-12 Watt according to AMD.
500 MHz, 80 – unified, DX10.1 | 700 MHz, 64 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon X1700

Successor of the X1600 and because of strained silicium process it can achieve a higher performance with the same current consumption (more shaders). The Avivo video engine helps decoding (HD) videos.
475 MHz, 12 / 5 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 400 MHz, 128 Bit

» ATI Mobility FireGL V5250

Professional graphics card for 3D applications and CAD based on the ATI Mobility Radeon X1700.
400 MHz, 12 / 5 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 330 MHz, 128 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon X2500

Like the ATI Mobility Radeon X2300, the ATI Mobility Radeon X2500 is a renamed  X1600 / X1700 chip with DirectX 9 support. The gaming performance ought to be classified comparable to X1400.
460 MHz, 12 / 5 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 400 MHz, 64/128 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce Go 7600

The NVIDIA GeForce Go 7600 is a middle class video card of the 7000 series and suited for games of the year 2006. The performance is very similar to ATI X1600 / X1700. Compared to the desktop 7600 it is clearly slower.
450 MHz, 8 / 5 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 350 MHz, 128/64 Bit

» NVIDIA Quadro NVS 300M

Business graphic card based on the Go 7600 with drivers and Bios, which are optimized according the stability.
450 MHz, 8 / 5 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9b | 500 MHz, 128 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon X800

This is the smaller version of the X800XT and therefore also uses much current (and produces much heat). The performance is nowadays slower than an old Geforce Go 7700.
400 MHz, 12 / 6 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9b | 350 MHz, 128/256 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon X1600

ATI Mobility Radeon X1600 is a middle class graphic card for notebooks of the X1000 series. Its performance can be compared with NVIDIA GeForce Go 7600.
450 MHz, 12 / 5 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 470 MHz, 128 Bit

» ATI Mobility FireGL V5200

The ATI Mobility FireGL V5200 is a professional graphics card for CAD and 3D applications based on ATI Mobility Radeon X1600 core.
425 MHz, 12 / 5 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 475 MHz, 128 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon 9800

ATI Mobility Radeon 9800 is a desktop X800 for AGP with energy saving functions and needs a lot of current. Therefore, the performance of this card was very good, but it was rarely used (in a Dell notebook).
350 MHz, 8 / 4 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9 | 300 MHz, 256 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce Go 6600

NVIDIA GeForce Go 6600 is the mobile medium class of the GeForce Go 6000 series for notebooks. Its performance is good with normal current consumption (in 2006). Older games like Doom3 run fluently.
375 MHz, 8 / 4 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 300 MHz, 128 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon X1450

The ATI Mobility Radeon X1450 dedicated graphic card for laptops has an improved relation of performance to current consumption compared with its predecessor ATI Mobility Radeon X1400.
550 MHz, 4 / 2 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 450 MHz, 128 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon X700

ATI Mobility Radeon X700 is the middle class graphic card for notebooks of the X000 series (the 1000 series). Its performance can be compared with NVIDIA Go 6600. Technically it is comparable with the desktop X700 graphic chip + energy saving functions.
350 MHz, 8 / 6 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9 | 350 MHz, 128 Bit

» ATI Mobility FireGL V5000

ATI Mobility FireGL V5000 is based on the ATI Mobility Radeon X700 middle class video card for notebooks and is designed especially for professional applications.
350 MHz, 8 / 6 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9 | 350 MHz, 128 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce G 110M

The GeForce G110M features 16 shader cores but because of the 55nm process needs the same amount of energy as the 8 shader 9300M GS. Because of the higher shader amount it is about 10% faster than the G105M.
400 MHz, 16 – unified, DX10 | 700 MHz, 64 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce 8400M GT

NVidia GeForce 8400M GT is the DirectX 10 capable successor of the GeForce Go 7400 for laptops and technologically a slower 8600M GS video card. Not suited for DX 10 games in high details.
450 MHz, 16 – unified, DX10 | 600 MHz, 128 Bit

» NVIDIA Quadro NVS 140M

The NVS 140M is a business graphics card based on the GeForce 8400M (GT) core. It is optimized for enhanced compatibility and stability.
400 MHz, 16 – unified, DX10 | 700 MHz, 64 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce G 105M

Higher clocked 9300M GS and therefore a bit faster. Still manufactured in 65nm. Supports Hybrid-SLI with HybridPower and GeForceBoost (in conjunction with the right Nvidia chipset).
640 MHz, 8 – unified, DX10 | 700 MHz, 64 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce 9500M GE *

Combination from Nvidia GeForce 9400M (G) chipset and dedicated NB9M entry level graphics card (GeForce 9200M GS or 9300M GS) in GeForceBoost mode. For energy saving the laptop can run only with the 9400M chipset graphics core. In combination the 9500M GE has the disadvantages of SLI combos (micro stuttering e.g.).
24 – unified, DX10.0 | , 64 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce G 102M

Integrated chipset graphics card with dedicated memory (DDR2 or DDR3). The core is based on the 9400M G and supports PureVideo HD (VP3).
450 MHz, 16 – unified, DX10.0 |

» NVIDIA GeForce 9400M (G)

Integrated (shared Memory) graphics adapter. Built in in current MacBook, MacBook Pro, and MacBook Air laptops. Also called GeForce 9400M G. Fastest available motherboard GPU (approx. 2000 3DMark06 points with DDR3 main memory, 1500 with DDR2). Integrated PureVideo HD (VP3) video processor.
450 MHz, 16 – unified, DX10.0 |

» ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3470 Hybrid X2

Mobility Radeon HD3470 and chipset mGPU HD 3200 in Crossfire combination.
80 – unified, DX10.1 |

» NVIDIA GeForce 9400M GeForceBoost

Combination of dedicated Nvidia GeForce 9300M GS or 9200M GS and a 9100M G chipsetz graphics in SLI (GeForceBoost from Hybrid SLI) mode. Should be a little bit faster than a single 9300M GS. Supports the dynamic switching between integrated and dedicated GPU.
24 – unified, DX10 | , 64 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3470

Faster clocked HD 3450 and successor of the HD 2400 XT but with DirectX 10.1 and due to the new 55nm process, higher clockspeeds. Avivo HD video functions allow the decoding of HD videos.
680 MHz, 40 – unified, DX10.1 | 800 MHz, 64 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce 9300M G

Enhanced 8400M GS chip, which is manufactured in 65nm and shows slightly better performance due to a few minor optimizations.
400 MHz, 16 – unified, DX10 | 600 MHz, 64 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce 9300M GS

Compared to the 9300M G, the GS has only 8 unified shaders but a higher clock rate. Therefore, the performance should be similar according to Nvidia. Supports
Hybrid-SLI (GeForceBoost and HybridPower) with Nvidia 9100M G and PureVideo HD (VP3).
550 MHz, 8 – unified, DX10 | 700 MHz, 64 Bit

» NVIDIA Quadro FX 370M

Based on the GeForce 9200M / 9300M GS Chip with professional drivers for CAD, DCC, and visualization applications. Supports PureVideo HD. The memory clockrate depends on the built in memory chips (GDDR2: 400 MHz, GDDR3: 700 MHz)
580 MHz, 8 – unified, DX10 | 700 MHz, 64 Bit

» NVIDIA Quadro NVS 160M

Based on the GeForce 9300M GS but optimized for the stable business use (special drivers and bios). Supports PureVideo HD to help the CPU decode HD videos. Memory speed: 400 MHz GDDR2, 700 MHz GDDR3
580 MHz, 8 – unified, DX10 | 700 MHz, 64 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce 9200M GS

Slower clocked 9300M GS and therefore a little bit slower. Supports PureVideo HD (VP3)and Hybrid-SLI (HybridPower and GeForceBoost).
550 MHz, 8 – unified, DX10 | 700 MHz, 64 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4330 *

Lower clocked Radeon 4530 with a current consumption of 7 Watt (according to AMD). Supports DirectX 10.1 and Avivo HD for HD video acceleration.
450 MHz, 80 – unified, DX10.1 | 600 MHz, 64 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3450

Successor of the HD 2400 produced in 55nm (therefore with a faster clockspeed) and with DirectX 10.1 support. Avivo HD video support enables the gpu to decode HD videos. For modest casual gamers suited (demanding games run only in very low settings).
500 MHz, 40 – unified, DX10.1 | 700 MHz, 64 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3430

Entry level low end dedicated graphics adapter with slower clock rates than the HD 3450.
500 MHz, 40 – unified, DX10.1 | 700 MHz, 64 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3410
500 MHz, 40 – unified, DX10.1 | 700 MHz, 64 Bit

» NVIDIA Quadro NVS 150M

Based on the GeForce 9200M GS but optimized for the stable business use (special drivers and bios). Supports PureVideo HD to help the CPU decode HD videos. Compared to the NVS 160M, the 150M is slower clocked and supports only smaller resolutions (1680×1050 or 1600×1200). Memory speed: 400 MHz GDDR2, 700 MHz GDDR3
530 MHz, 8 – unified, DX10 | 700 MHz, 64 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon HD 2400 XT

This is a DirectX 10 graphic card from ATI and direct competitor to the NVIDIA GeForce 8400M GT graphic card for laptops. Furthermore, the chip ought to be a higher clocked version of the normal Mobility Radeon HD 2400.
600 MHz, 40 – unified, DX10 | 700 MHz, 64 Bit

» NVIDIA Quadro FX 360M

For CAD and professional applications certified GPU based on the 8400M GS. The higher power consumption of 17 Watt versus 11 Watt of the 8400M GS indicates a higher performance.
400 MHz, 16 – unified, DX10 | 600 MHz, 64 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon X1350

ATI Mobility Radeon X1350 is higher clocked (nevertheless it has the same current consumption) version of the X1300 graphic card for laptops. It hardly can only be used for games at the time of arrival (low resolution, low details, non-fluently).
470 MHz, 4 / 2 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 350 MHz, 128 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon X1400

ATI Mobility Radeon X1400 is part of the lower middle class. The performance can be compared with an elder X600, but technically it is a X1300, which is scarcely 100 Mhz higher clocked.
445 MHz, 4 / 2 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 250 MHz, 128 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce 9100M G

The GeForce 9100M G is an onboard graphics card that is based on the 9200M core (but without dedicated memory). Therefore, it supports PureVideo HD (VP3) to decode HD videos. In conjunction with dedicated 9x00M graphic cards the 9100M G supports GeForceBoost to enhance the performance. The combination with 9200M GS / 9300M GS is called GeForce 9400M.
450 MHz, 8 – unified, DX10 |

» NVIDIA GeForce 8400M GS

NVidia GeForce 8400M GS is the DirectX 10 capable successor of the GeForce Go 7400 for laptops and technologically a slower 8400M GT video card (because of the smaller 64 Bit memory bus).
400 MHz, 16 – unified, DX10 | 600 MHz, 64 Bit

» NVIDIA Quadro NVS 135M

Business graphics card based on the GeForce 8400M GS. Drivers and Bios are optimized for stability and business applications. The features are similar to the 8400M series.
400 MHz, 16 – unified, DX10 | 600 MHz, 64 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon HD 2400

This DirectX 10 graphic card from ATI is the direct competitor to the NVIDIA GeForce 8400M GS graphic card for laptops. It features the Avivo HD video engine. The performance is not enaough for DX 10 games and high settings.
450 MHz, 40 – unified, DX10 | 500 MHz, 64 Bit

» ATI Radeon HD 3200

Onboard (shared Memory) graphics chip (on RS780M chipset) based on the HD 2400 graphics core. It also features the UVD video engine to decode HD videos.Furthermore, it supports Hybrid CrossfireX (for accelleration) and PowerXpress(to save current) with a dedicated graphics adapter (of the HD 3000 line).
500 MHz, 40 – unified, DX10 |

» ATI Radeon HD 3100

Slower clocked Radeon HD 3200 onboard graphic chip with a reduced feature set (missing HD video decoding features?).
300 MHz, 40 – unified, DX10 |

» Intel Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 4700MHD

Onboard (shared memory) graphics adapter that is integrated in the GM47 chipset. Technically a higher clocked 4500MHD and therefore a bit faster. The integrated video decoder can support the CPU in decoding HD videos (AVC/VC2/MPEG2).
640 MHz, 10 – unified, DX10 | , 0 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce 8400M G

The 8400M G is a pared-down 8400M GS with only half as much Stream Processors and a smaller memory bus. Therefore, the performance is much lower and only as fast as the old 7400 card. Only MPEG-2 acceleration.
400 MHz, 8 – unified, DX10 | 600 MHz, 64 Bit

» Intel Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 4500MHD

Onboard (shared Memory) GPU built in the GM45, GE45 and GS45 chipset (Montevina). Because of two more shaders and a higher core clock, much faster than the old GMA X3100. Still not advisable for gamers (DirectX 10 games not playable or only with very low settings). The integrated video processor is able to help decode HD videos (AVC/VC-2/MPEG2) , e.g., for a fluent Blu-Ray playback with slow CPUs.
533 MHz, 10 – unified, DX10 | , 0 Bit

» Intel Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 4500M

The graphics core of the Intel GL40 and GS40 chipset features a slower clocked GMA 4500MHD (400 versus 533 MHz). Because of the slower core speed, full BlueRay Logo support is not given.
400 MHz, 10 – unified, DX10 | , 0 Bit

» NVIDIA Quadro NVS 130M
8 – unified, DX10 | 700 MHz, 64 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce 8200M G

The 8200 MG is a reduced 9100M G (only Single Channel memory and only PureVideo HD VP2).
400 MHz, 8 – unified, DX10 |

» NVIDIA GeForce Go 7400

The NVIDIA GeForce Go 7400 the competitor to the ATI Mobility Radeon X1400. Caution there are some versions with reduced momry bus available.
450 MHz, 4 / 3 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 450 MHz, 64/32 Bit

» NVIDIA Quadro FX 350M
450 MHz, 4 / 3 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 350 MHz, 64 Bit

» NVIDIA Quadro NVS 120M

It is based on the GeForce Go 7400 with professional certified graphics drivers for applications like CAD, Rendering, 3D modelling, etc. The usability for games is limited.
0 MHz, 4 / 3 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 0 MHz, 64 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce Go 7300

The NVIDIA GeForce Go 7300 is part of the lower performance segment and the competitor card of the ATI X1300. Technically it is simply lower clocked GeForce Go 7300.
350 MHz, 4 / 3 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 700 MHz, 64 Bit

» NVIDIA Quadro NVS 110M

It is based on the GeForce Go 7300 with professional certified graphics drivers for applications like CAD, Rendering, 3D modelling, etc.
300 MHz, 4 / 3 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 600 MHz, 64 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon X600

PCI-E version of the Mobility 9700. Was considerable slower than a X700 and replaced by the x1400. There also was a much slower X600 SE version.
400 MHz, 4 / 2 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9 | 250 MHz, 128 Bit

» ATI Mobility FireGL V3200

ATI Mobility FireGL V3200 is a professional card for CAD and 3D applications based upon the chip of the ATI Mobility Radeon X600
400 MHz, 4 / 2 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9 | , 128 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon X2300

Renamed X1350 graphics chip and, therefore, only DirectX 9 capable.
480 MHz, 4 / 2 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 400 MHz, 128 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon HD 2300

X2300 (renamed X1300 / X1350, only DirectX 9 support) with amplified video functions (HD).
480 MHz, 4 / 2 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 400 MHz, 128 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon 9700

ATI Mobility Radeon 9700 is the AGP pendant of the ATI Mobility Radeon X600 and started the aerea of gaming with notebooks. Beware, there were also 32 MB versions which had only a 64 bit memory interface and were therefore clearly slower.
450 MHz, 4 / 2 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9 | 275 MHz, 128/64 Bit

» ATI Mobility FireGL T2e
450 MHz, 4 / 2 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9 | 260 MHz, 128 Bit

» ATI Mobility FireGL V3100

ATI Mobility FireGL V3100 is based upon the chip of the ATI Mobility Radeon X600 and its performance is below the stronger V3200 card. The FireGL series is the professional series from ATI/AMD for CAD and other professional applications with certified drivers.
4 / 2 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9 | , 128 Bit

Class 4

Barely Games-Capable – Most not fastidious current games can be played fluently. Prepare for reduced graphical persentations due to low detail settings and low resolutions. Still, these cards provide enough performance for office tasks or video viewing (inconclusively for HD videos).

» ATI Mobility Radeon X1300

ATI Mobility Radeon X1300 is one of the weakest graphic cards from ATI of the X1000 series. It hardly can only be used for current games.
350 MHz, 4 / 2 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 250 MHz, 128 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce4 4200 Go
200 MHz, 4 / 2 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX8.1 | 200 MHz, 128 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon 9600

The predecessor version of the ATI Radeon 9700 Mobility differs by its low clock speed and the worse Z-compression (was improved with 9700). Beware of versions with 32 MB memory may deliver only very low performance values. There also was a 9600 Pro version with higher clock speeds and 128 MB RAM.
300 MHz, 4 / 2 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9 | 300 MHz, 128/64 Bit

» ATI Mobility FireGL T2
300 MHz, 4 / 2 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9 | 200 MHz, 128 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon 9550
210 MHz, 4 / 2 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9 | 183 MHz, 64 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce Go 7200

The NVIDIA GeForce Go 7200 is a dedicated graphics card for notebooks but is only as fast as modern integrated graphic chips.
450 MHz, 4 / 3 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 350 MHz, 32 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce Go 6400

The NVIDIA GeForce Go 6400 is a higher clocked 6200 and approximately as fast as a GMA X3100 shared memory card.
400 MHz, 4 / 3 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 350 MHz, 64 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon X300

The ATI Mobility Radeon X300 is a X600 with a memory bus cut in half (64 Bit). The performance is somewhat above the current integrated graphics of Intel GMA950.
350 MHz, 4 / 2 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9 | 250 MHz, 64 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce Go 6250
400 MHz, 4 / 3 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 350 MHz, 64 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce Go 6200

Smalles card of the GeForce 6 series and not much faster than integrated graphic cores. Only advantage is the PureVideo technology.
300 MHz, 4 / 3 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 300 MHz, 64 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce FX Go 5700

The NVIDIA GeForce FX Go 5700 is the strongest video card of the GeForce FX Go series. The direct competitor was the ATI Mobility Radeon 9600 / 9700, which was clearly faster in demanding games.
450 MHz, 4 / 0 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9 | 275 MHz, 128 Bit

» NVIDIA Quadro FX Go 1000
4 / 0 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9 | , 128 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce FX Go 5600 / 5650

The NVIDIA GeForce FX Go 5600 / 5650 for notebooks was established as a competitor to ATI Mobility Radeon 9600.However, the ATI card was clearly faster. Current integrated GPUs are faster and use less current.
350 MHz, 4 / 1 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9 | 300 MHz, 128 Bit

Class 5

Low End Graphics Cards – Only older games can be played fluently with these graphics chips (if they were not too demanding). Shared memory graphic cores in this category got the advantage of less heat production and longer battery runtimes. For office, internet, image processing, and video editing tasks these graphics chips are still useable without any restrictions.

» ATI Radeon Xpress X1270

Built in RS690T chipset and is based on an X700 graphics core (with less pipelines). It features no dedicated graphics memory but Vista Aero support.
400 MHz, 4 / 0 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9 |

» ATI Radeon Xpress X1250

It is an onboard graphic chip, implemented on AMD M690G. Sometimes, it is also called Mobility Radeon X1250. It is based on X700 design but with less pixel- and vertex pipelines. It hardly suited for players.
350 MHz, 4 / 0 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9 |

» ATI Radeon Xpress 1250

Desktop chipset (similar to the 200M) but often misdeclared Radeon Xpress X1250.
4 / 0 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9 |

» ATI Radeon Xpress X1200

This is an onboard video chip and according AMD optimized for a good price/value. It is based on a X700 design but with less pixel- and vertex-pipelines. ATI Radeon Xpress X1200 is hardly apt for gamers. The graphic chip supports Windows Vista Aero surface and all 3D effects run fluently. Sometimes also called Radeon X1200.
350 MHz, 4 / 0 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9 | 0 MHz

» Intel Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) X3100

Intel Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) X3100 is an integrated (onboard) graphic chip on a Mobile Intel 965GM chipset. It is the successor of GMA 950 and features a fully programmable pipeline (supports Aero Glass fully and DirectX 10 with newest drivers). The peformance of the X3100 is clearly better than the GMA 950, still demanding modern games won’t run fluently.
500 MHz, 8 – unified, DX10 | , 0 Bit

» ATI Radeon Xpress 1150

Faster clocked Xpress 1100 onboard graphics card with x300 core. Should run Vista Aero Glass fluently.
400 MHz, 4 / 2 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9b | 0 MHz, 0 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce 7150M

This is an integrated (shared memory) graphic card for laptops with AMD processors (socket S1), inserted upon nForce 630M. The difference to 7000M is that 7150M offers HD-video decoding for MPEG2, H.264 in 720p.

425 MHz, 2 / 1 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c |

» NVIDIA GeForce Go 6150

Integrated graphic card (shared memory) for AMD based laptops (nForce Go 430 MCP). The performance is slightly better than GMA 950.
425 MHz, 2 / 1 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 0 MHz, 0 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce Go 6100

The NVIDIA GeForce Go 6100 / 6150 is an integrated graphics card of the NVIDIA nForce Go 430 MCP for AMD Turion notebooks. It doesn’t have any integrated memory, but uses a part of the mainmemory (up to 128 MB) like the direct competitor Intel GMA 950. Therefore, the gaming performance is quite moderate and can only be used for elder games.
425 MHz, 2 / 1 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 0 MHz, 0 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce 7000M

It is an integrated (shared memory) graphic card, inserted in nForce 610M, for laptops with AMD processors (socket S1).
350 MHz, 2 / 1 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 0 MHz, 0 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon 9200

It is a DirectX 8.1 capable laptop graphic card, which is only comparable with the performance of integrated graphic cards. However, for old games it is still sufficient. It is a higher clocked ATI Mobility Radeon 9000.
250 MHz, 4 / 1 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX8.1 | 200 MHz, 128 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce FX Go 5200

Dedicated graphic chip with DirectX 9 support, multi-screen support and mediocre gaming performance (competitor of the Mobility Radeon 9000)
300 MHz, 4 / 1 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9 | 300 MHz, 128 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon 9000

It is a DirectX 8.1 capable laptop graphic card. The performance is comparable only with integrated graphic cards. For old games it is sufficient but no Aero Glass support.
240 MHz, 4 / 1 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX8.1 | 200 MHz, 128 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce 4 488 Go
275 MHz, 2 / 0 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX7 | 275 MHz, 32 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce 4 460 Go
250 MHz, 2 / 0 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX7 | 250 MHz, 32 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce 4 440 Go
220 MHz, 2 / 0 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX7 | 220 MHz, 32 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce 4 420 Go
190 MHz, 2 / 0 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX7 | 200 MHz, 32 Bit

» Intel Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 950

Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950 is an integrated (onboard) graphic chip on Mobile Intel 945GM chipset. It is a faster clocked version of the GMA 900 and supports no hardware T&L (Transform & Lightning) accelleration (which is required for some games).
400 MHz, 4 / 0 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 0 MHz, 0 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon 7500

This was the first ATI graphic chip for laptops with hardware T&L and 2 render pipelines and competitor to the GeForce 2 Go / GeForce 4 Go.
280 MHz, 2 / 0 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX7 | 200 MHz, 64/128 Bit

» ATI Mobility FireGL 7800
280 MHz, 0 / 0 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX7 | 200 MHz, 64/128 Bit

» Intel Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 900

Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 900 is an integrated (onboard) graphic chip with shared memory on Mobile Intel 915GM chipset. It is the predecessor of Graphics Media Accelerator 950. The performance can be compared with the Mobile Radeon 9000 (with a 64 bit memory bus).
400 MHz, 4 / 0 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9c | 0 MHz, 0 Bit

» ATI Radeon Xpress 200M

ATI Radeon Xpress 200M is the shared memory integrated graphic card from ATI based on a X300 core. In general it is a bit faster than the Intel GMA 950 graphic core.
350 MHz, 4 / 2 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9b | 0 MHz, 0 Bit

» ATI Radeon Xpress 1100

The successor of the Xpress M200 integrated shared memory graphic card is based on a x300 core. Aero Glass should run fluently on the card.
300 MHz, 4 / 2 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9b | , 0 Bit

Class 6

Unsuitable for Games – These graphics cards for notebooks are not suitable for games. If they run, they may run with graphical errors and very low frame rates. For gamers these chips are not suitable! Office and internet tasks are, to the contrary, no problem for these GPUs.

» ATI Mobility FireGL 9000
250 MHz, 4 / 1 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX8.1 | 200 MHz, 128 Bit

» SIS Mirage 3+ 672MX
250 MHz, 2 / 1 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9 |

» SIS Mirage 3 671MX
250 MHz, 2 / 1 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX8.1 |

» Intel Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 500 *

Integrated (onboard) graphics chip on the UL11L, US15L, and US15W chipsets with a licensed PowerVR SGX core. DirectX 10.1 support but because of low clock rates (100-200 MHz UL11L – US15) and only 4 shaders not suited for 3D games. The integrated video decoder accelerates the playback of HD videos (MPEG2, VC-1, AVC).
200 MHz, 4 – unified, DX10.1 |

» NVIDIA GeForce 3 Go
250 MHz, / Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX7 | , 32/64/128 Bit

» NVIDIA GeForce 2 Go (200 / 100)

The GeForce 2 Go was the first mobile “gamer graphic card” for laptops. With Hardware Transform & Lightning and up to 64 MB Video RAM it presented an impressive performance at these past days (comparable with a desktop TNT2 graphic chip).

166 MHz, 1 / 0 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX7 | 143 MHz, 32/64 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon 9100 IGP
400 MHz, 2 / 1 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX8.1 |

» ATI Mobility Radeon 9000 IGP
300 MHz, 2 / 1 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX8.1 | 0 MHz, 0 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon M7
230 MHz, 2 / 1 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX7 | 183 MHz, 64 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon M6

Dedicated DX 7 (no Aero support) graphic card without Hardware T&L, based upon the desktop R100 chip with up to 16 MB memory.
166 MHz, 0 / 2 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX7 | 166 MHz, 32 Bit

» ATI Mobility Radeon 7000 IGP
0 / 2 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX7 | , 0 Bit

» VIA Chrome9 HC

The integrated graphic card (shared memory) VIA Chrome9 HC IGP is found on the VN896 chipset for notebooks and provides DirectX 9 suport and video acceleration. Windows Vista Aero is possible but only with some stutterings.
250 MHz, 2 / 1 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX9 |

» Intel Extreme Graphics 2

Intel Extreme Graphics 2 is an integrated (onboard) graphic chip with shared memory on Intel 852 / 855 GM, GME, GMV chipset for Centrino, Pentium 4 and Celeron based laptops. It is hardly suited for 3D-games. No Aero support.
133 MHz, / Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX8 | , 0 Bit

» ATI Radeon IGP 340M
180 MHz, / Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX7 | , 0 Bit

» VIA S3G UniChrome Pro II

The S3 Graphics UniChrome Pro II is a DirectX 7 (without T&L) onboard graphics solution (shared memory) of VIA for laptops with VIA C7-M CPU and VX700 North-Bridge, which is intended for office applications and hardly suited for 3D games. There is no Aero support.
200 MHz, / Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX7 | , 0 Bit

» VIA S3G UniChrome Pro

The S3 UniChrome (Pro) is a DirectX 7 (without T&L) onboard graphic solution (shared memory) from VIA for laptops. Mainly, it is intended for office activities and hardly suited for 3D games.
/ Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX7 | , 0 Bit

» SIS Mirage 2 M760
200 MHz, 4 / 1 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX8.1 |

» SIS Mirage M661FX
/ Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX7 |

» VIA S3 Graphics ProSavage8
121 MHz, 0 / 0 Pixel- / Vertexshader |

» VIA Castle Rock
1 / 2 Pixel- / Vertexshader |

» ATI Mobility 128 M3
105 MHz, 0 / 0 Pixel- / Vertexshader, DX6 | 105 MHz, 64 Bit

» Silicon Motion SM502*

Onboard graphics adapter for computers with MIPS / ARM CPUs. Drivers only for Linux, Windows CE, and Windows Embedded. Supports a maximum resolution of SXGA (LCD and VGA). According to Laptopmag much slower than a GMA500. No 3D and video acceleration.
/ Pixel- / Vertexshader |

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I finally hope that these things are useful for you all…