Can my pc run this graphics card?

Hi, I currently have a Lenovo H520s, here are the specs:
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-2120 CPU @ 3.30GHz (4 CPUs), ~3.3GHz
Memory: 8192MB RAM
GPU: Intel(R) HD Graphics (intergrated)
HDD: 1tb
PSU: 180w

Im looking to add the Asus Nvidia GeForce GTX 750 Ti Graphics Card, but im pretty sure ill have to upgrade my power supply aswell. The graphics card is mainly for playing and recording cs:go (at 60fps at fairly high settings) and some other games like h1z1. Is it completely necessary to upgrade my power supply? If so, which would you recommend? And also is there any graphics cards you would recommend getting instead of the Asus Nvidia GeForce GTX 750 Ti Graphics Card? Thanks for any help given =)

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I'm going with no.

While the 750ti is known for it's low draw you don't find folk trying it on sub 200W PSUs.

Then you wrote recording CS:GO at 60FPS at high settings. That's usually done on high end Core I7 machines with gobs of RAM and an even higher end GPU. You won't be doing this with on this rig.

The CS:GO benchmarks on that game and card are out there. I wonder what lead you to believe this would work.

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Your issue may not be just power rating...

of the power supply. My suggestion is to open the case and look in there to see if everything is compatible or can be made compatible. I am saying this from my own experience, yours might be different (hopefully). I wanted to add a second Hdd., but found there was no extra power connection. So the first comes to mind is to change the PS, but guess what...the power connector is not one that you might find in a PS you get now in a electronic store. So check first.

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