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Will my components be compatible with this GPU and PSU?

Hello everyone.So I'm about to buy a new GPU for my desktop which is The GeForce Gtx 1050TI and I was wondering if my components are compatible with it,I'm also going to get a new PSU, which is the Corsair VS350 350W 80 Plus is it enough or do I need to get the 550W one?My components are the following:

Operating System: Windows 10 Home 64-Bit
Cpu: Intel Core i7 6700 @ 3.40GHz
Ram: 8,00GB Single-Channel
Motherboard: HP 2B47
Graphics: 4095MB NVIDIA GeForce GT 730 (MSI)
PSU: HP D14-180P1A(Which I'm going to replace with the one above, if it's enough)
If the 1050TI is not compatible, will the 1050(non TI) be?
Thank you in advance.
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    The gtx1050Ti will be compatible and with that config and you could even go for a gtx1060.
    However, your PSU will need to be replaced. STAY AWAY from the VS series, it is low-quality and not suitable to your system. Instead opt for a TX550M or SeaSonic M12II 520 or Seasonic Focus gold 550w.
  2. Just be careful of those HP Prebuilt PCs, many do not have a standard PSU connection, and many also don't take an ATX size PSU. You will not be able to fit your new PSU in the case. Heck the GPU may not even fit either.
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