Anandtech have a budget buyers guide for November 2007, including both entry level and gaming PCs:\n \n[QUOTE]Low-end PCs have a reputation for being sub-standard, underpowered, and barely better than off-the-shelf PCs. However, low-end merely refers to the price, and right now companies like AMD, Intel, and NVIDIA are throwing out quality components for prices that traditionally belong with outdated or inadequate hardware. You just have to know what to look for. In this guide we will be taking a look at both the entry-level and budget gaming offerings, with comments and suggestions specifically on stability, quality of components, and - with the budget gaming systems - balancing budget and quality with overclocking and stability.[/QUOTE]\n \nRead the whole article [URL="http://www.anandtech.com/guides/showdoc.aspx?i=3148"]here[/URL].