Problem with new graphic card Geforce GT 610 installed in HP Pavilion a6710in

I have recently installed the nVidia GeForce GT 610 graphic card. The problem faced by me is especially during playing games, the screen goes black and PC restarts but it works fine with rest of the things. I have disabled the integrated video card as would be if new video card is installed. The problem is still unclear... so please if anyone can help me out with this...

The GT 610 requires a minimum of a 300 watt system power supply and your computer came from the factory with a 250 watt power supply. When playing games, it is very possible that the card draws more current than the 250 watt PSU can supply. This would cause the computer to crash, go blank, and/or reboot. Please upgrade the power to at least 300 watts.
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