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server processors - which ones

hi,

i am purchasing and accounting firm with two employeess...
i am so used to terminal services, and will availmyself of this technology.
we will run tax software and office....

other friends have said to buy Xenon processors...
what is the difference between my new intel i9's for $@50 and these Xenon type of processors./
how will the archetecture make a difference...

just a simple conversation is all i am looking for.
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thanks for stopping by....

but what is it about the Xenon.... is it that it is maid to work in conjunction with multiple processors.?
the software i will run, works just fine on any mid rnage desktop, and it will not be acessed by more then 3 or 4 people simultaneously locally.
and two or so on a terminal server... ( unless luck has it. )

i really don;t think i need to be concerned about raid, for data is removed each night, and any form of mirroring will work.  or at least any form of redundancy where if there was a failure of a hard drive, i could repair it after the days business.. ( or do i have that wrong )
 Experiance has taught me to take an image of the hard drive each time a new program is installed. and that is not that often.

any comments appreciated.
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anton,

you gave me exactly the depth i needed... very well written...

and my other friends here.. thatnk you too...

my hardware will definately be speced to match the task.. rather then use something not designed for it's task...