Texas Instruments is now ready with its three-chip set for building MS-DOS micros, compiled in 1.2 micron CMOS from the Texas ASIC library: the set comprises the TACT82301 system unit, the TACT82303 memory control unit, and the TACT82303 peripheral control unit enabling manufacture an AT-alike motherboard to be designed with just 17 chips; products based around the set can run at up to 16MHz, and a PS/2 Model 30 version will be available soon, with chip sets to clone the Micro Channel Model 50, 60 and 80 machines to be announced shortly.
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