I have just ordered a Gateway SFF Computer (see the specs here: http://tinyurl.com/2ehwhl6). All the specs are great except the graphics card (integrated GeForce 9200) which is junk. However, I saw a CNET review that did say (on a similar model with the same form factor) that I would be limited to a budget-level half-height 3D cards due to the narrow case. I am not sure what exactly budget level half height 3D card means (CNET review is here: http://tinyurl.com/2bl2k9c). Is this a low profile graphics card? If so what is the top of the line low profile graphics card and would it play a game like Starcraft II decently?
The spec says 220W which is quite low. Plus I don't have 2 PCI slots available so it can't be gts 450 or HD 5750 low profile. I think I am gonna for hunter315's suggestion get a MSI R5570-MD1G Radeon HD 5570, it only needs a single slot and has very low power consumption.
Hadnt seen a low profile 5750 or GTS 450 before, there dont seem to be many of them, but they would both require more power than your system's PSU can handle so i still stand by the 5570 which doesnt take much power at all.