Can my PSU handle a GTX 760?

I just bought a Gigabyte GTX 760 and was wondering if i need to buy a new psu or not.

AMD FX-6100 3.32 GHz
8GB Kingston Hyperx DDR3
GA-970A-D3 GIGABYTE S.AM3+ AMD 970 ATX 4D .DDR3,2PCIE 16X/3PCIE 1X/2PCI
Orion HP650D 650w
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  1. Hi, sorry to say but I doubt your PSU can handle it. Can you post a link where you found it. And a link to your actual GPU would help us.
  2. I bought the PSU ata local store i couldn't give you a link but here's the GPU http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125466

    I currently have a GT 440
  3. a Good 650W PSU could handle that card- problem is that I haven't heard of your PSU before, which greatly reduces the odds that it would qualify as Good. It would probably be fine tbh.
  4. I wrote down everything that is written on the visible side of the PSU.

    Model no. HP650D
    AC input: 100-240ac 50-60 Hz
    DC ouput: +3.3v, +5v, +12v1, +12v2, -12v, +5vsd
    Max.A: 24a, 24a, 19a, 0.8a, 3a
  5. That GPU requires 1 x 6 and 1 x 8 pin PCI-e connectors. Do you have those wires on your current PSU ? If not than replace your PSU with atleast 550/600W PSU. Go for a branded one. (e.g. XFX, Seasonic, corsair, etc....). Good luck.
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