Pentium II Xeon

Pentium II Xeon

(processor)
The successor to Intel Corporation's Pentium II processor.

The Xeon has the same P6 core as existing Pentium Pro/Pentium II units, but it supports a 100 MHz system bus and offers as much as 2 MB of level 2 cache.

http://intel.com/PentiumII/xeon/home.htm.
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