Question about the Xeon family processors. 1. At http://newsroom.intel.com/docs/DOC-1963 Intel say that Xeon processors are for Entry-level workstations. At http://ark.intel.com/ they say they are server processors. So which is true: Is it a workstation or a server processor? Can it be used for a good desktop computer? 2. I plan to build a custom desktop. For my job I need Photoshop CS5, Adobe Acrobat X and its OCR functions, latest MS Office, some movie and audio editing, lots of dictionaries and websites working simultaneously and I don't want to wait long for tasks to finish. I also often have to copy gigabytes from one drive to another, which takes time on USB 2.0. I am considering buying a Xeon 1260L (http://ark.intel.com/products/52275?wapkw=xeon 1260L), because its TDP is only 45W, it employs Intel® HD Graphics 2000 (so I don't need to buy a graphics card) and it has ECC. a) Is there a better option for my needs in terms of low power consumption, graphics capabilities and speed? b) Which mainboard is suitable for Xeon 1260L and what PSU? c) Do I need a dedicated graphics card? d) Can I use a workstation as a server and vice versa?