Unless you are willing to buy second hand, that is going to be a fairly tough price point to hit for gaming. Building your own PC is more or less out of the question, because a legit Windows 10 licence will eat up about 1/4 of your budget before you even have any hardware. For BeamNG you really do need a graphics card for the game to run smoothly, but within that budget you won't be able to get one. So my best advice would be to buy a pre-built that uses standard off the shelf components, but without a graphics card. This will likely perform about the same as a normal office PC for gaming (aka, not very well). Then at a later date your child can get a Graphics card (for around £130) and plug it in without having to change any other components. Depending on your family situation this holiday, it may be the case that if relatives give money, they might already have enough to buy a graphics card quite soon. Something like the following is probably as low end as I would go: https://www.scan.co.uk/products/sca...b-ddr4-amd-radeon-vega-8-240gb-ssd-1tb-win-10 (Other brands may have better deals etc, this is just an example) I would put an emphasis on making sure whatever you choose has an SSD. Since that is one of the biggest factors in having a computer that feels quick doing day to day tasks outside of gaming. They can be a little more complex to add to a PC after you have it set up, so it makes sense to buy a computer with one if you want something hassle free. The above example also comes with a 450w PSU, which is far more than that computer actually needs (as sold). Meaning you can add a graphics card in at a later date without having to make any other changes to the system.