First post, by Gahhhrrrlic
There is apparently a daughterboard that permits an ordinary FPU socket to accommodate BOTH an x87 coprocessor AND a Weitek processor, so that you can have super fast single precision math and your trig functions, etc. As I understand it, computers were able to use both simultaneously with no problem. The issue was that the sockets themselves were usually not designed to accept both at the same time but only 1 or the other.
I can't seem find a physical example of one or one that I could buy though. I'm not sure what to google but I've tried different guesses. Anybody know what these things are called or where to get one? I want to couple a Weitek with an IIT on my 386.