You might want the 1245v3 instead if you intend to use the GPU, all 12x0 xeon gpus are disabled, 12x5 enabled. ARK has the details
, though its not always correct the first time they add a cpu...ask me how I know
1225v3 can save a bit more if you don't need hyper-threading, its actually helpful to less programs than most people think. (there is no 1235)
Some consumer boards bios also act stupid with headless cpus, even if they have the microcode for the cpu itself. If you're looking for boards that tend to give intel the finger and work with "unsupported" configurations, consider asrock.
Random somewhat related fact: many i3s support ECC and are used in the C2xx server boards as there are no standard TDP dual core xeons.
TR 1950x 16c32t - 2018: Pretty much done with intel on the desktop.
E5 2696v4 22c44t 2.2~3.7Ghz - The last great gleam of the pre-nerf HEDT era.
E5 1680v2 8c16t 4.5Ghz - "Yes Virginia, there were unlocked xeons" /weep for them.