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I have the HP Pavilion 550-153w  and I want to put in EVGA GeForce GTX 950 FTW GAMING ACX 2.0. Will my system handle it?

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The question would be why? What do you want for it?  A particular game? 

Of concern is the i3-4170 processor.  If it's a game, go to game-debate and do the "Can I play It".

The GTX 950  peaks at 90W. Your system would require a minimum of 350W. I would recommend a Corsair CX 500, provided that your processor is sufficient (which I really doubt).

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I have the  CORSAIR CX series CX600 600W 80 PLUS BRONZE. I want to play Fallout 4. I have the minimum for the processor and memory.

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