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This could have been figured out just by looking up what actual hardware is in an Amiga, or even any typical 16-bit computer. 400-ish nanosecond latency is slooooooow for this kind of machine. Even the IBM PC used DRAMs faster than 300ns (it was either 250 or 200, I forget which). The actual memory used in yer typical Amiga (or ST, even) was 150ns. Sometimes ...


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Hmm... quite the puzzler! Other than what others have already written, I can't think of any - the TMS series were about all I was aware of. There were some more-or-less single-chip, and very definitely intended as "off the shelf" PC options intended for use by graphics card OEMs that pretty much anyone building a system - PC or otherwise - could have bought,...


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