Abraxus wrote:I don't see specs on the power supply - how many watts? I'd want to put a new graphics card in.
Power supply is a non-standard 320W. +/-12V only is supplied from the power supply to the motherboard no other power comes from the power supply, the 5V/3.3V is generated on the motherboard. The motherboard supplies power to the SATA drives. No power cables for graphics cards. To use a graphics card requiring external power you would need an adapter to convert SATA power to molex.
Works great with a GTX 750Ti, and I have read will work with a GTX 1050Ti.
To replace with a standard ATX power supply requires making or finding an adapter.
According to Corsair memory website, can be expanded to 32GB RAM w/4 8GB sticks.
further info: according to my power supply; main +12v rail supplies 16A max, and +12v for CPU supplies 16A max, combined max is only 320W though, not 384W, and that 16A supplies motherboard power and all devices including the 5v/3.3v and USB power. -12v is only 0.15A and there is a +12v 1.3A standby power.