"Utilizing its 8k of onchip L1 cache and 16k of external L2 cache, the
Pentium allowed the PC to emulate a NES, or a Genesis, or almost any other
system that could run Mario or Sonic (or even OTHER games, for that
matter... such is the awesome power of the Pentium). The Pentium's 66mhz FSB
kicked the crap out of snail-speeded consoles. The PC was on its way to
becoming the gaming platform of choice, and that it became, with flying
colors. All hail the 0.35 micron Pentium!"