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If you will be running multiple applications or tasks at the exact same time, then you need to take in consideration that the more cores you have the more tasks the processor can perform at the same time.
So in this case, the Intel® Xeon® processor has 4 cores, but you will install 2 of those, so you will have a total of 8 cores and 16 threads, so I would these this would be a better option in this particular scenario.
If you will be running only one application at the same time (or one task), then a processor with a higher clock speed and cache RAM will perform better on this specific scenario.
Thanks for your reply...
For my rendering job I need more number of cores. 3d application will use all cores to do it's job.
So better I go with two xeon .
thanks for your comment ..