At 13:21 9/26/97 -0700, you wrote:
Ok, how about a 9511A or 9512 math co-processor chip
(Intel 8231A or 8232)?
The Intel web site has info on the 8231A only....
I called a guy who was a logic designer at Intel during the period and who
has samples of most of the pertinent Intel chips from, say, the 8048 to
current. He has no 8232 and claims never to have seen one or a data sheet
for it. It was so lackadaisically marketed by Intel that he suspects it
was a cross-license from AMD and that someone at Intel objected to the
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