My mom needed a new PC at home for office work. Her old PC was well over 6 years old and needed some tuning, but I decided to go ahead and replace it entirely.
I went with this super cheap build after reading some reviews of the new Sempron 3850. In addition to what you see below, I used an old 30GB SSD drive, and a 500GB data drive (which is not in the photos because I'll plug it in later)
Overall, I'm happy with everything, the case was what you'd expect for $33, I was surprised to see that it has thumb screws :) The biggest issue with it is that all the internal 3.5" bays were "shorter" because of the intake fan at the front. I might need to drill new holes once I put the 500GB drive in. The power supply that came with it also had the exact amount of connectors I needed for the build, so I was pleased with that.
All in all, this came out to $185 CAD after taxes, not including the $15 MIR for the mobo, so in due time the whole thing will end up costing $170, which is fantastic.
Once I finish installing the OS, I'll update this with the info in the sidebar.
---Update Aug 23 Windows installed in around 10 minutes (from USB source). I've updated temps on the sidebar as well. I'm surprised how cool this things runs. It's not going to win any marathons (it won't win anything actually), but it's perfect for what it's for, which is office work (office 365) and some web surfing.