However, it is a big-sized desktop (or so I thought), so I was wondering if I would be able to upgrade my PSU with a normal-sized one. I found a thread that said an ATX form factor should work in place of SFF. I am planning on upgrading my graphics card to a AMD Radeon 7750, which should work with my 300 watt PSU, but if I can upgrade my PSU I'll hold on the card and invest on a PSU. My uncle is also offering to give me his 3 Gig Radeon card, which I would install if I knew I had the power to run it.
So, in the end, I have three options. What should I do?
-Buy and attempt to install an average, higher wattage PSU.
-Buy a lower-end graphics card that I know my computer could run fine, or
-Buy a lower-wattage, small form factor PSU?
Try to buy a high wattage psu and save for a gpu. Remember that the psu has control of everything in your computer, if something bad happens to it, it has the potential to destroy more components in your computer.