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Cirrus Logic Inc, Milpitas reckons IBM's Video Graphics Array will be the standard for all MS-DOS micros within a year or two, and has come out with the CL-GD5320 Enhanced VGA-Compatible Graphics Chip that requires only two 120nS 256K by 4 dynamic RAMs for low-cost micros, and only six other parts for a full high-performance VGA display system. Compatible with EGA, CGA, MDA and Hercules HGC as well, it is $30 for samples now, and volume pricing, will be under $22, from July.
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