You can replace the PSU in any desktop PC. your current one is on the borderline of "just enough" to power a GT 730, the manufacturer recommends a 300w minimum. In any case, factory-fitted PSUs are typically low-cost, low-end units and should be replaced with something more robust and durable because when a PSU fails it can effectively "kill" a shiny new graphics card as well as other components.
You can't delete a post unless you accidentally posted a duplicate in the same forum. Otherwise, only admin can delete them.
will that psu not be able to powerup the gt730 , i have a g210 and i can run it okey even if it say it needs a 300w i even overclocked it without problems
and can i change the psu if i change my pc case to another to have more space?
Im only getting this card since in the future im gonna build another pc sincei know the one i have is shit and where i live the best gpu i can get is the 610 and at the price of 150$ that is crazy since i know it is a low end gpu
im gonna use this gpu in the build im gonna make but i wanted to try to play a little with it on the pc i have right now anyway
Thanks for the help and have a good day