I wanted a relatively good computer with high bang-for-the-buck, so I ordered a Mac Mini server. I could have gotten a cheaper mac mini, but I convinced myself the quad core processor was the one I needed to have for the best, longest life. I don't mean that the quad core's will last longer, but rather that in 5 or 6 years the computational power of the quad core will still be moderately reasonable for year 2017 computing. whatever... I spent a grand. I don't play video games. I will be doing some video editing. Nothing professional, just family videos. I bought the stock memory. I can and will add some aftermarket RAM. I'd like to get Handbrake, and use this for some home theater applications. Can a dedicated graphics card be added to the mac mini server? It is weird to me that Apple markets the top model in the lineup with a superior processor and WITHOUT the top graphics processor.