Thank you for reaching out to us here, below is the list of some of the video card models that are supported on Dell Vostro 410. Hope this helps.
1. AMD Radeon HD3450 (256MB PCI-Express x16 RV620)
2. AMD Radeon HD 2400 PRO (128MB PCI-Express x16 (DVI/VGA) RV610)
3. AMD Radeon HD 3650(256MB PCI-Express X16(DVI/DP/HDMI) RV635)
4. nVidia GeForce8300 GS (128MB DDR2 PCI-Express x16 (DVI/VGA))
5. nVidia GeForce8600 GT (256MB PCI-Express x16 Dual DVI)
Asus SILENT EAH 6450 fits tower or desktop models with PCI-E X16 slot.
If you want performance closer to the 8800GT that it comes with I would say EVGA GeForce GTX 750 Ti Superclocked 02G-P4-3753-KR
I've been running Windows 10 on my Vostro 410 since before February and even with the original Radeon HD 3450, it has been performing surprisingly well. I purchased an EVGA GeForce GTX 750 Ti Superclocked card to breath a little new life into the old but still adequate PC. (Honestly, I was itching to play Cities: Skyline and the Radeon wasn't supported well enough in Windows 10 to pass Steam's muster.
I uninstalled the Radeon driver, shut down the PC, and installed the GeForce card. Windows loaded fine and seemed stable, but that's only with the generic Windows display driver.
But when I install the Nvidia drivers, Windows goes into a recovery loop that never ends. I had initially tried the v355.98 Win 10 32 bit driver and simply took the defaults. When that hung things up, I reinstalled the Radeon and removed all of the Nvidia drivers and apps. I then installed the most current version 358.50 and only selected the core driver and PhysX, omitting the 3D, audio, and Experience components that I don't need. Still the same results - Windows 10 stuck in an endless restart/repair loop.