All the datasheets I have are here:
It's a bit more than just a list of chipsets, for example:
http://184.108.40.206/~mR_Slug/chipset/chipset … ,4625,4558#4612
Do people not realize you can click on info, configurations and features? Is that not clear?
Some chipsets are just listed though. These are ones I can't find any info on, or are too new. My site only covers chipsets up to the Pentium era in any detail. I thought the later chipset datasheets are easy to find.
The purpose on my site was to extract the key text from the datasheets and have it in a searchable form. I had to OCR hundreds of them, and in many cases basically copy the text by hand, the OCR had too many errors. This was phase 1. I had hoped to make the specifications easy to compare from chip to chip. But my attempts lead to having a table with hundreds of columns of empty data. The problem was that different datasheets specify different things. E.g. some specify if they have hidden memory refresh, others max ram supported. What do you put in the fields when the datasheet doesn't specify? It's safe to assume that all 486 chipsets support hidden memory refresh, but then I would be introducing assumptions. Again it's safe to assume that all 286 chipsets that don't specify the max ram, can't support more than 16MB. But many may not support more than 8 or 4MB. What do you put? Avoiding assumptions, nothing. There were hundreds more features to document, with thousands of fields left empty. So i had to abandon this. Therefore info and features are listed as they are in the datasheet.
We are working on having a chipset page for each chipset within UR. This will include a link to the datasheet (if available). And some kind of synopsis of of the chipset. Also photos! Welcome to take some constructive criticism on the encyclopedia. Perhaps we can use this to improve the UR chipset pages.