Power question for gpu power

ok i im planning on purchasing a gtx 570 for my system even after reading the psu guides im still not certain my psu can support the card.
Here is the link to my psu
http://hecgroupusa.com/products/switching-power-supply/atx-12v/hp585d/
If it matters my cpu is amd anthlon 7750 duel core
i know the card comes with a 2x 4pin molex to pcie adapter which i have open cables for but im
unsure if this will work.
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  1. no it won't work, also the 570 a huge waste of money for your system since your cpu is so old.

    You should buy something like a 6770.
  2. Ok thank you for your help and the card is the first purchase towards a upgrade i just wish to use it in this system intil i can get the mobo and cpu i want
  3. well you should get a new PSU as well, the one you have only has 29A down the 12v combined, to safely use the 570 you'd need a minimal of 35A, would be good to be higher rather than lower.
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