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 +===== X68000 Custom Chips =====
 +The X68000 series featured some very advanced hardware, co-developed by Hudson. ​ It totally eclipsed the Amiga, Atari ST and Macintosh computers which shared the same 68000-series CPU.  These chips allowed for virtually pixel-perfect ports of many arcade games.  ​
  
 +They also had cool code-names.
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 +|  Custom Chips  |||||||||
 +|  |  X68000 ​ |  Ace  |  Expert ​ |  Expert 2  |  Super  |  XVI  |  Pro  |  Pro 2  |
 +|  **Memory Controller** ​ |  ET  |  OHM  |  OHM2  ||||  McCOY  ||
 +|  **System Controller** ​ |  BUDDHA ​ |  MESSIAH ​ ||||  DOSA  |  SCOTCH ​ ||
 +|  **Sprite Controller** ​ |  CYNTHIA / Jr  |  CYNTHIA ​ |||||||
 +|  **CRT Controller** ​ |  VINAS 1 + 2  |  VICON  |||||||
 +|  **Video Controller** ​ |  VSOP  |  VIPS  |||||||
 +|  **Video Data Selector** ​ |  RESERVE ​ |  CATHY  |||||||
 +|  **I/O Controller** ​ |  SICILIAN ​ |  IOSC  |  IOSC-2 ​ ||  PEDEC  ||  IOSC-2 ​ ||
 +|  //Source: Outside X68000, SoftBank 1993// ​ |||||||||
 
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