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April 7, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Targeting the rapidly growing MS-DOS and PS/2-compatible chip sets market, LSI Logic affiliate G-2 Inc, Milpitas, has produced three chip products for the IBM PS/2 Model 30, XT, 80386 processor AT-compatible computers and IBM’s new video graphics array product: G-2 claims that the Model 30/XT compatible chip set which costs $26 integrate most existing logic functions on a single chip, while the $55 VGA chip speeds up video processing and reduces to one the number of extra parts required to build a VGA board; similarly, the $170 386 AT Chip Set speeds up processing by using 89% fewer integrated circuits – 12, against 110 in the IBM AT.

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