Since owning my E510 I've upgraded the video card twice. First, I installed the ATI Radeon HD 2400 Pro when I upgraded to Windows 7. That did not require a new PSU. Later, I replaced the Radeon with the nVidia GeForce GT 730. At that time I did replace the PSU. I installed the Corsair CX430M "modular" PSU. The nVidia is a great performer, raising the Windows Experience Index graphics subscores for both Aero and Business / Gaming to 7.0. The new PSU is also performing extremely well. And, with its modular design, I've kept the inside of my E510 nice and neat by only using the cables that I need for the components that my E510 has. And, the Corsair came with some cable ties, which I used to neatly bundle and tie the cables that I did use. I'm not into gaming, but the upgrades have been really nice.
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