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September 7, 1988

DEC TO WIND UP CLOCK ON THE NEW CMOS CHIP SET

By CBR Staff Writer

DEC is tipped to wind up the clock on the new CMOS chip set used in the VAX 6200 and MicroVAX 3000 to get the performance up to 3.5 to 4 MIPS against the present 2.8 or so, and to bring in a successor to the ZMOS chip-set based MicroVAX II using a slowed down version of the CMOS set delivering about 2 MIPS and selling for $25,000 to $60,000.

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