Will my 300w PSU handle a Nvidia GTX 750 card?

  vibe decorium 17:26 18 Nov 2014
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Hi all,

I'm not too sure when it comes to computers so was wondering if you could help me out.

My dad has bought me an ASUS M31AD computer for Christmas so I can play The Sims 4 but the graphics card is not what I expected as I originally wanted an ACER Aspire G3-605 which has a Nvidia GTX 745 card.

I was wondering if I could just buy a Nvidia GeForce GTX 750 card and put it into the ASUS M31AD instead of having the hassle to exchange the computer.

The ASUS computer specs are here: click here

It uses a Bespoke Intel H81 motherboard and has a 300w PSU

Many thanks if you could help me out

Ben

  rtp8™ 18:02 18 Nov 2014

You'll need min 400W for the GTX750 that could mean up the PSU from 300 to 400W.

Don't think you can buy a GTX745, it's a dedicated low power consumption OEM card made for PC manufacturers I think.

  vibe decorium 09:01 21 Nov 2014

Ah ok thanks! My dad has actually exchanged the computer to the ACER Aspire one so I'm happy!

Cheers for your help though

Ben

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