Ha! You're all just babies! Mine was whatever was installed in a Burroughs mainframe in 1979! My first PC was a Radio Shack MC10 with 16 KB of memory...
You obviously didn't read my post you young whipper snapper! I was using the LA City Schools HP 2000 on a teletype at our high school in 1973. I was a member of the San Fernando Valley Computer Club long before the Trash-80 came out and already had outgrown my KIM-1 Commodore computer and moved on to an S-100 Bus Z80 system, which I later upgraded to a Seattle Computer Products 8MHz 8086.
I think i replied ot this before saying my first dedicated gpu was a 1 meg and then a 2 meg ATI Vesa Local Bus Mach32....so way before amd scooped up ATI...but when i think about it again my first real computer that had a seperate graphics adapter was a Compaq portable suitcase computer.....it had a green screen built in and 2 5 1/4" floppys...a 50 meg....yes.....meg....harddrive....and the graphics adaper was HUGE!! i was able to jerry rig it into my first 386 to use it! Of course i had to turn both machine on their sides and turn them both on at the same time i should have taken a pic....wow...the memories! LOL I could have blown something up! It sounded like a jet starting up!! And man was the HDD loud!
Well consumer graphics cards came out in the 90s, before that graphics were integrated on the mainboard (old motherboard name) and soldered in place. I have used S3, ATI, Diamond, Nvidia, Voodoo and Cirrus Logic cards. I guess the S3 Savage 4 ( PCI ) was one of the first I have used. I think I still have a few PCI Video cards. A long time ago in a galaxy far far away...
So far advanced!!! I have an evga ftw3 3080ti + evga hybrid kit 😃
On AMD's All in Wonder Pro. I guess it was the most powerful processor back then. The motherboard I was using was an ASUS. Gigabytes were unheard of back then.
Everything was measured in megabytes. I remember when Bill told us we wouldn't need more memory than 640k. 😀