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    Default Alright one more try =\.

    I see the last couple of posts I have made have had the same outcome. This is because I am finding it hard to admit I'm pretty screwed over. I thought about sata to molex to pci-e but that's crazy. I thought I could change the PSU (then I realized I had a mATX PC I think.) Then I thought about independent cards. But I now realize A PSU upgrade and Case upgrade is the only choice or a low-mid range graphics card.

    My last chance before doing this could be finding out my so called mATX case can take ATX PSU's. Because my Aspire M1610 seems a bit big to be mATX, just a little too big for mATX. is there anyway I can find out if this takes standard PSU's. Thanks for everything guys I know I can be a bit of a kid sometimes (as I am one =D)

    Thank you everyone and thanks for PSU upgrading diagrams .etc. =]
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    Default Re: Alright one more try =\.

    Doesnt look like youre going to get far with this post either.

    If you've got a spare ATX PSU, I would see if it fits in the case. If it doesnt, then you'll have to get another case and PSU.

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