Ohh no doubt, the Pentium is a great CPU for an office automation PC. Mini-ITX board, 4GB of memory and a 7200RPM HDD inside a small case. Load Windows 7 home or some Varient of Linux and OpenOffice and now you got a perfect homework / internet PC that can handle casual gaming. Its people trying to twink it and put a big dGPU, then stripping everything down and running a single player timed benchmark with fraps and nothing else, then claiming "it's good!!!". If an average home user was to try that, it would choke after a month or so when they've loaded it with the apps they actually use. I run a pretty clean setup and I can still see CPU utilization across multiple cores whenever I'm browsing in Waterfox. That's without all that "helper" software that likes to run at startup and sits in your system tray.