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What power supply is in the et1161-07? I am looking to upgrade the graphics card to a nvidia 9500, 9600, or 9800. They all require different wattages.

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The power unit in question is a 250W supply unit. Nvidia series 9800 cards require 580W, the 9600 series require 300 - 400W, and 9500 series require 350W. All of these will require a new power unit. Antec is a more than adequate. Any computer shop should have a 600W unit for $100.00.

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