The Pentium® III Xeon® processor at 700 MHz and 900 MHz, like the Pentium® Pro, Pentium® II, Pentium® II Xeon® and previous Pentium III Xeon processors, implements a Dynamic Execution micro-architecture, a unique combination of multiple branch prediction, data flow analysis, and speculative execution. The Pentium® III Xeon® processor at 700 MHz will be available in 1MB and 2MB L2 cache sizes whereas the Pentium® III Xeon® processor at 900 MHz will only be available in the 2MB L2 cache size.
The Pentium® III Xeon® processor at 1 GHz, like the Pentium II Xeon processor and other Pentium III Xeon processors, implements a Dynamic Execution micro-architecture, a unique combination of multiple branch prediction, data flow analysis, and speculative execution. The Pentium III Xeon processor at 1 GHz is available in a 256K cache size.
The Intel® Pentium® III Xeon® processor is designed for mid-range to high-end servers and workstations, and is binary compatible with previous Intel Architecture processors. The Pentium III Xeon processor provides the best performance available for applications running on advanced operating systems such as Windows* 95, Windows NT, and UNIX*. The Pentium III Xeon processor is scalable to four processors in a multiprocessor system and extends the power of the Pentium Pro processor with new features designed to make this processor the right choice for powerful workstation, advanced server management, and mission-critical applications. Pentium III Xeon processor-based workstations offer the memory architecture required by the most demanding workstation applications and workloads. Specific features of the Pentium III Xeon processor address platform manageability to meet the needs of a robust IT environment, maximize system up time and ensure optimal configuration and operation of servers. The Pentium III Xeon processor enhances the ability of server systems to monitor, protect, and service the processor and its environment.
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