Hi All, I'm looking at buying a workstation for CAD/SolidModelling, and a SMB server. It seems all they offer for CPUs are Xeons. I'm seriously missing something here... As I thought (not really) that Xeon died 15years ago. With the internet FULL of quad-core this, hex-core that etc. where does a Xeon even fit-in these days? Our current workstation is a Core2Duo, and the server a P4D (single core, with HT)... and they seem to do FINE. I thought xeons were for SERIOUSLY intensive stuff, at a time when normal CPUs kinda sucked. Seems they had a ton of cache, and were used for multi-user environments, like when 50 people are hammering a server with big requests. If anyone knows a comparison/review off-hand, I'm dying to know. Thanks.