Famous graphics chips: Intel’s 82786

Now that Intel is reentering the discrete graphics chip market, we thought you might like to know about some of their previous offerings. Everyone knows about Larrabee, and a few remember the i740, but Intel did a chip before that, in 1986. Intel saw the rise in discrete graphics controllers such as NEC’s µPD7220 (and even licensed it), Hitachi’s HD63484, ...

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