Today's graphics offers "on-CPU" graphics or separate card. This is different from back when the mobo had a graphics chip which I think we can all agree was substandard. So how well do these on-CPU graphics perform? Seems to me if my graphics processor is an Intel Core I-7 (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819116501) that's quite a bit of horsepower. And wouldn't it be using the ram from the mobo? Mobo ram is effectively unliminted today. Reason I'm asking is I need a file server. I'm going to donate my workstation to be the file server and build myself a new box. The new box is not for trading. It's my e-mail, internet, etc. box which will also be used for broadcast video production hence the graphics question. We do time lapse HD recording over long periods and when we stitch those frames (10k of them) it will lock up a regular pc. Seems to me that if I buy that Core I-7 I'll have a kick ass CPU and a kick ass GPU. Make sense?