The unfortunate caveat being that TXT is a disaster zone. It's very hard to actually buy or build a TXT capable system and the software has a disturbing habit of bricking motherboards that should theoretically have worked off the shelf.
And by bricking, I'm using the old fashioned definition. You have to throw them in the trash and buy a new one.
I was very interested in TXT some years ago and bought the book Intel published on it. But huge pieces are missing and it's clear Intel aren't very interested in pushing the technology. Which is a shame. It could have been very powerful.