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Upgrading GPU

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That seems to be a tower case and that's good.
Get the dimensions of the video card and do some measuring around the pcie slot.

Power wise your going to be tight.
Put a psu upgrade in your budget and then test with the 300w unit.

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2 PSU?
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Looks possible

But you'll find yourself in some nobody knows and no support zone. I just replace the PSU or use cards that are fairly light on power.

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Short answer...no

Post the make and model of the psu you have.
Read the label on the side of the psu.

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