Reference STATE OF THE ART Stan Augarten

ISBN 0-89919-195-9
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1980
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One of the Most Popular 65,536-Bit (64K) Dynamic RAMs
The TMS 4164
TEXAS INSTRUMENTS


The TMS 4164

Resembling a high-tech beehive, the TMS 4164, seen here in close-up, is one of the most popular American versions of the 64K RAM. A bit can be written into or read out of this chip in 120 billionths of a second. The chip's full size is 0.138 x 0.261 inches; the section depicted here shows a third of the chip.

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