I've been looking into building a PC on the cheap side lately and while at first I looked at low-end consumer parts like last-gen Ryzen 3 and 5, I also noticed that on eBay there are a ton of used Xeon CPUs with lots more cores than the low-end consumer chips and can be found dirt cheap ($10-$40). I do know that Xeons are server CPUs and will have lower clock speeds than consumer chips and will be pretty bad for gaming and other stuff, but I just want to build a budget PC that'll help edit some of my video projects (1080p and 1440p). With more cores, I think those chips will be slightly better than low-end consumer chips though at the cost of clock speed. However, I'm having trouble finding Xeon CPUs with compatible motherboards. Most Xeons use server boards but people online do say that some Xeons support consumer chipsets/boards. Does anybody know a good Xeon CPU+Mobo combo for under $100 (I'll most likely be doing all the shopping on eBay by the way). Also, do Xeons require you to have ECC memory or is it only a optional thing?