Ultra does make some decent PSU's, if the PSU can put out the 396W (volts x amps = watts) the label claims, it should have little problem running your build. Be sure to register your Ultra products (case and PSU) so you get the lifetime warranty...
I think they're the same card, just one is 1gb instead of 2gb. But if you think you can find one in the 40 to 50 dollar range that's better than this and compatible with the system, please let me know on here! Thanks for your answer C12Friedman.
I'm personally thinking you will be better served using the included GPU (even though your choice is an upgrade from that) for the moment, at least until you can put $50-100 into a little better upgrade - if that isn't likely in the foreseeable future, your upgrade will work
I wanted to upgrade because the GPU that comes with it isn't really good I heard. Sorry I miscalculated my budget which is now $60 for the GPU, I can go back to the force3d radeon hd one, or is there even better thats compatible for $60? Maybe some sort of nvidia geforce(which i heard uses more power than Radeons)
Virtually all of the low profile graphics cards (NVidia or AMD) do not require additional power. Not until you get into the full size cards, do you find the need for additional PCI power (and not all of those) - I think I can work within $60 - nope, keep missing - think you're good for the budget.
Nope I dont think so, all I have is the barebones kit, and my own 500GB SATA from my other PC. Just need a good GPU within $60, preferably the best one at around that price that is compatible with the mobo and PSU and can play some FPS and Assassin Creed, GW2 Etc at med-high settings if possible(high preferably) Im new to buildings PCs aswell if that helps aha