Agnus - 8372A vs 8375 ?

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Allan Duncan

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Oct 8, 1992, 5:42:38 PM10/8/92
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Could someone knowlegable post the difference between these chips?
They are presumably plug compatible, but there must be some difference -
process, for instance.

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George Robbins

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Oct 13, 1992, 11:35:06 PM10/13/92
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In article <1992Oct8.2...@trl.oz.au> adu...@rhea.trl.OZ.AU (Allan Duncan) writes:
> Could someone knowlegable post the difference between these chips?
> They are presumably plug compatible, but there must be some difference -
> process, for instance.

The 8375 has some of the bonding pads on the side of the die
slid around to make the 2M-byte bond-out used on the A500+/A600
less extreme.

Outside of this, they are the same chip...

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