ATi Rage

This page will show all objects that classify as ATi Rage, and if possible sorted on production date.


Click on the blue name(s) below for detailed information, pictures and benchmarks (if available).

View graphics card detailsATi Rage Pro Turbo AGP (AGP)
ATi Rage Pro Turbo AGP (AGP)

Just like this 3D Rage Pro but with different printing on the chip. The chip dates 33th week 1998.... > Read more

View graphics card detailsATi Rage 128 (AGP)
ATi Rage 128 (AGP)

ATi still didn't have the performance crown in the 3D-accelerator world and thus they threw the Rage 128 in the boxing ring. The Rage 128 is a DirectX 6 compliant accelerator and can do two pixels per clock.

Globally two versions exist; the GL and VR. The latter has an 64-bit memory bus opposed t... > Read more

View graphics card detailsATi Rage 128 Pro AIW (AGP)
ATi Rage 128 Pro AIW (AGP)

The ATi All-in-Wonder 128 Pro, one of the last official ATi Rage boards out there. The Rage 128 Pro was a newer ATi Rage 128 chip and featured a better triangle setup engine, DX6.0 texture compression and AGP4x. The ATi Rage Theather chip was used for TV functions. The card works great but has poor ... > Read more

View graphics card detailsATi Rage Fury MAXX (AGP)
ATi Rage Fury MAXX (AGP)

On this card you'll find two Rage 128 Pro chips. They work together using AFR (alternate frame rendering) that almost doubles performance. With AFR each frame is rendered on an independent processor.

The Rage Fury MAXX doesn't have T&L (Transform and Lightning) so it's job to compete with the GeF... > Read more

View graphics card detailsATi Rage Fury MAXX (AGP)
ATi Rage Fury MAXX (AGP)

Almost identical to the other Rage Fury MAXX except for the slight difference in the PCB. Find the PCB date (52th week of 1999) on both cards and you'll see the difference.... > Read more

View graphics card detailsATi Rage 6 (AGP)
ATi Rage 6 (AGP)

I found this card a while ago and thought it would be a good addition to my collection. And sure it is!

The official name of *this* card is ATi Rage 6 which doesn't sound to speedy and spectacular. Back then the ATi Rage 128 (Pro / Fury MAXX) was not the best graphics solution out there and why w... > Read more

View graphics card detailsATi Rage 128 Pro (AGP)
ATi Rage 128 Pro (AGP)

A late Rage 128 Pro sample and actually I have no idea what it's purpose was. The back of the card shows CE/FC markings and normal product numbers which indicate it's a normal production board. Nevertheless, it does have a 'Qualification Sample' sticker.

The card is probably sent out to some test... > Read more