Famous Graphics chips: Intel 740

Intel has tried several times to get into the stand-alone graphics chip market. Its first attempt in 1982 was the cross-licensing of the NEC 7220,  which became the Intel 82720. Then in 1983, Intel made the iSBX 275 Multibus-based add-in graphics board (AIB) with the chip.  Its second attempt was in 1988 when it released the 82786, which it billed as ...

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