Price is decent but I would much rather have a desktop that wasn't slim or small form factor. This limits video and power supply upgrades. Try finding a slim power supply with higher wattage at a good price.
replacing the dell PSU with generic Psu is easy. and even the dell 305w psu i had before could handle ~400w without problem... that's why i like dell. i used that setup for 2.5 years.
Well, two things on this:
1) often times machines from the major brands have a power supply that is just enough for what they stick in. Adding a better graphics card means more power, which sometimes the power supply can't handle. It can be hard to mod a Dell/Lenovo/HP/whatever because of this.
2) This machine is in a smaller case, which means you would LIKELY (im not sure) need a "low profile" card to fit in it. That means your selection is limited for upgrading.
I understand you concern however technically it is not possible to set up dual monitors with the onboard video card. If you want to set up dual monitor with the computer then you would need to add one graphics card with dual monitor support to obtain the functionality.
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