Chips & Technologies, Inc.

C&T were an California-based chipset manufacturer for PC compatible motherboards, graphics cards, and peripherals such as hard disk controllers.

They were more prominent in the late 1980s, up to 80386DX era. They were later acquired by Intel in 1997, primarily for their graphics chip business.

 

 

P82C211/212/215/206 286 AT Chipset

Launched: 1986.
Bus: ISA

Supports Intel 80286 CPUs at 12 and 16 MHz. The four-chip chipset includes the following:

82C206 - Integrated Peripheral Controller
82C211 - CPU/Bus Controller
82C212B - Page/Interleave EMS Memory Controller
82C215 - Data/Address Buffer

CS8230 386 AT Chipset

Launched: 1989.
Bus: ISA/EISA or MCA.

Supports Intel 80386 CPUs at 16, 20 or 25 MHz. The eight-chip chipset includes the following:

82C206 - Integrated Peripheral Controller
82C301 - Bus Controller
82C302 - Page/Interleave Memory Controller
82A303 - Address Bus Interface
82A304 - Address Bus Interface
82A305/82B305 - Data Bus Interface x 2
82A306 - Control Signal Buffer

Motherboards known to have used this chipset are:

Data sheet

 

82C451 VGA Controller (1990)

Launched: 1990.
Bus: ISA/EISA or MCA.
Supports: MDA, Hercules, CGA, EGA and VGA.

The 82C451 was a single-chip solution for graphics card vendors, that provided up to 800 x 600 resolution in 16 colours, and 132-column text mode.

Data sheet

 

82C455 VGA Controller

Launched: 1990
Bus:
Supports:

Data sheet

82C456 VGA Controller

Launched: 1990
Bus:
Supports:

Data sheet

 

 

82C611 / 82C612

Datasheet