Amiga Advanced Architecture chipset
Advanced Amiga Architecture ( AAA or Triple -A) with 64- bit graphics should be the successor of AGA chipset. It should combine contemporary performance with extensive compatibility to the previous Amiga ECS chipset. Since it was clear that AAA would not be competitive due to high cost and poor performance compared to PC graphics cards, the development was discontinued in favor of the Hombre chipset 1993. At this time there were already hardware samples of the chips, which were, however, still subject to major errors. Three Nyx called prototypes were built as a technology demonstration and troubleshooting.
Among other things, Dave Haynie was involved in the development.