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The first Cyrix product for the personal computer market was a x87 compatible FPU coprocessor. No additional import charges at delivery! Learn more ccyrix opens in new window or tab. An error occurred, please try again. On or before Fri. In Augustwhile the litigation was still in progress, Cyrix merged with National Semiconductor who also already held an Intel cross-license.

A brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging where packaging is applicable. A second chip was added to extend its video capabilities. June Learn how and when to remove this template message. In Cyrix’s first product, the math co-processor, Cyrix used hardware math multipliers rather than the CORDIC algorithm, which allowed the chip to be faster and more accurate than Intel’s co-processor.

When Via bought Cyrix, they hadand we had 60, and we were turning out more product. This page was last edited on 20 Novemberat Cyrix was free to have their products manufactured by any manufacturer that had a cross license with Intel, which included SGS Thomson, IBM and others.


While the 6×86 quickly gained a following among computer enthusiasts and independent computer shops, unlike AMD, its chips had yet to be used by a major OEM customer. Computer companies established in Electronics companies of the United States Computer companies of the United States Defunct semiconductor companies of the United States Fabless semiconductor companies Companies based in Richardson, Texas Texas Instruments spinoffs Companies disestablished in Defunct companies based in Texas Floating point.

Retrieved from ” https: Cyrix founder, President and CEO Jerry Rogersaggressively recruited engineers and pushed them, eventually assembling a small but efficient design team of 30 people. Refer to eBay Return policy for more details. At this speed, many PCI devices could become unstable or fail to operate. The chips were mostly used as upgrades by end users looking to improve performance of an aging and especially by dealers, who by changing the CPU could turn slow-selling boards into budget boards.

Please enter a valid ZIP Code. Later inCyrix released its best-known chip, the Cyrix 6×86 M1. Following the buyout of Cyrix cyfix National Semiconductor and the sale of cydix Cyrix name and trademarks to VIA Technologiesthe core was developed by National Semiconductor into the Geode line of processors, which was subsequently sold to Hx Micro Devices.

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The chips did see use in very low-cost PC clones and in laptops. February Learn how and when to remove this template message. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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However, the chips were later to market than AMD ‘s s and benchmarked slightly slower than AMD and Intel counterparts, which relegated them to the budget and upgrade market.

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cyeix If you’d like to get the additional items you’ve selected to qualify for this offer, close this window and add these items to your cart. Some of the matters were settled out of court and some of the matters were settled by the Court. Arguably this made the comparison unfair, even though it was directly invited by Cyrix’s own marketing. Cyrix’s failure is described by Glenn Henry CEO of Centaur Technology as “Cyrix had a good product, but they got bought by a ggx smokestack’ company and they got bloated.