HP dc7900 (365W active PFC 85% efficient) PSU is good enough for Asus HD Radeon 7750

Hey i have HP DC7900 Convertible Minitower PC which is BTX form factor so i cannot upgrade the power supply in this PC because a normal ATX PSU would not fit.Its Power Supply is (Active PFC;365 Watts 85% efficient).
Is this enough for Asus Radeon HD 7750 1GB 128-bit GDDR5(900 MHZ) Model(HD7750-T-1GD5) and my Motherboard has PCI Express x16 2.0 version.Here is the link of my PSU Pic with details and a Hp specs link.
Sorry for bad English.
(PSU Detail Image link):??:
https://fbcdn-sphotos-b-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/215322_503042493078355_885801695_n.jpg
(Specs Link)
http://h18000.www1.hp.com/products/quickspecs/13029_ca/13029_ca.HTML
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  1. Looking at the 12V rail that only 12 A, I will not suggest to install any add-on, especially new graphic card that require 6 pin power connector.
    This is a hard situation, but face it, because it's a minitower, it will prevent you to upgrade with better hardware...
  2. wa1 said:
    Looking at the 12V rail that only 12 A, I will not suggest to install any add-on, especially new graphic card that require 6 pin power connector.
    This is a hard situation, but face it, because it's a minitower, it will prevent you to upgrade with better hardware...

    HD Radeon 7750 do not need 6 pin power connector
    that i think is right???
  3. umer24 said:
    wa1 said:
    Looking at the 12V rail that only 12 A, I will not suggest to install any add-on, especially new graphic card that require 6 pin power connector.
    This is a hard situation, but face it, because it's a minitower, it will prevent you to upgrade with better hardware...

    HD Radeon 7750 do not need 6 pin power connector
    that i think is right???


    ^
    Thank you for correcting me, HD 7750 doesn't required 6 pin power connector. Actually that card is very power efficient, so do not worry about that.
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