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Xeox processor

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The Xeox processor (not the Xeon) is used on the IBM eServer XSeries 345.  My question is; is this a 32 or 64 bit processor?

I have searched the web and IBM, but could not find it.
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"Xeox" is a typo on the specification sheet for the XSeries 345.   It uses the Xeon processor :-)
(as all of the x-series machines do except the 326m, which uses an AMD Opteron)
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