Interested to learn more about the history of desktop 3D graphics cards from over the last 7+ yrs? Accelnation have just once again updated their now quite large and in-depth article which takes the journey back through time to show us how quickly we've progressed over the years in one of the fastest moving areas of the IT Industry.
It has been six years since first we started to collate the history of desktop 3D graphics at the turn of the Millennium. We left the story at the point where most of the field had fallen away, leaving the two-horse race between NVIDIA and ATI. It was at this point that a new lap of programmable technology had begun. Although the continuance of that race has been well documented across the Web, it is worth updating this record with a brief summery. To this end we have collated the following basic timeline of major events.
Last updated: Dec 4, 2019 at 01:47 pm CST
- PlayStation game demos are coming back with Sony's ambitious new plan
- EA's next Star Wars game will be 'very unique,' could it have co-op?
- New Old School RuneScape client breaths HD life into a classic game
- NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080: August 2020 reveal, launch at Computex 2020
- Xbox Series X & PlayStation 5 = more expensive graphics cards in 2020