Can EVGA GeForce GTX 750 run with 250w?

I was told a EVGA GeForce GTX 750 can run with 250w, I also found a computer with a similar model with different ram and storage with 250w but with a NVIDIA GT 750 ti instead of a GT730. So, can a GTX750 run with 250W?
(I have a lenovo IdeaCentre 710 90FB0001US, with a 1920x1080 monitor.)
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  1. I think it can okay but what is your other components ?
    Reply to burakkalafattt
  2. CPU: i5 6400 2.70 GHz
    Memory: 8GB ram
    OS: W10
    PSU: 250w
    Lemme know if you need more info/specific components
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    55W card plus let's say 100W for CPU, then you'd need around 14A on the 12V output just for those two components. So if your 250W power supply puts out something around 18A on the 12V output I'd say you are good to go. If, on the other hand your PSU puts out something like 12A on the 12V output then no.

    The 12V output is listed on the label on the side of the power supply.

    edit: that's a 65W CPU so you have a little more head room, it's likely it will work
    Reply to dontlistentome
  4. Your cpu have a 65 w tdp and it's okay you can able the run this card easily on your system. Dont worry
    Reply to burakkalafattt
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