First will need to confirm with the PSU has a PCIe power adaptor. It should be a 6-pin plug. Since you don't have a GPU installed the cable will most certainly be loose and not plugged into anything (that is depending if your PSU actually has one)
Also I looked up your PC model number a HP Pavilion p7-1432 and punched in equivalent parts into PCpartpicker and this what I see so far. Case doesn't matter. However the components that draw power ARE, things like the HDD, motherboard / cpu, ram...have a set tdp in use by the PSU
If you refer to this your PC is basically using 166w of your PSU...however without being able to determine the actual amp levels on the 12v rail. We won't know how much juice we can get out of your PSU. Some PSU's may say rated for 300w and cannot handle it.
Just for the sake an upgrade lets knock off 40w off your PSU and you really only have 260w to use. That means you'll need to find a GPU upgrade that does not exceed a power consumption of 100w
A fan is confident in the game they prefer being able to stand on its own merits. A fanatic attacks the opposing game showing insecurity in the game they like.
If you're looking to run next gen console games, I'd suggest getting a new power supply and a HD7850 or better. That'll keep you up with the best of what next gen consoles have to offer. Also, it's a terrible idea to cram your computer into a small, enclosed space, as it needs proper airflow to cool your parts.(as do modern game consoles. You try that with a PS4 or Xbone, it will die a slow, painful heat death.)
Want that Shield! Ball and Cup on ps mobile has framerate issues. -stargazer64
just trash it and get a new,better premade all together
I know it may be hard to understand so let me explain in a little detail. When I posted this topic, I was not asking people if my specs were good. I was asking if it would play next gen games if I bought a better graphics card. So your post contributed absolutely nothing by telling me to "trash it".
Unlike your post, I have found everyone else's answers very helpful and I greatly appreciate them.