Question Why won't a GTX-1650 Super work in my relatively new HP Pavilion 590-p0070?

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Currently: HP Pavilion 590-p0070, i7-8700. stock PSU is like a 185 Watt I believe, I supplement my power for a RX-580 8GB with a Astro 550 Watt PSU, PCIe slot is x16 version3 with 2 slots of DDR4 with 2 sticks of 2X8 GB's of Thermaltake RAM that only shows a 25% usage at most and the MB is a HP 843B with H370 chipset. After a full week of research I am at wits end seeking any suggestions, work arounds or remedies before I pull an old commercial solution and throw this bad boy out of the window! Thanks!
 

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I was simply looking to speed up my gaming with a better GPU! This Pavilion is everything I tried to avoid after previously purchasing an HP Elite 8200 that I thought wasa full sized desktop with a TDP of 65 Watts same as the Pavilion which is garbage; but, my RX-580 8GB and RX-560 both require extra power. 580/8 pin for 185 Watts and 560/6 pin for an extra 75 Watts and now the 1650 needs 100 extra watts no problem. When the lights are on 1650 and the AMD card's lights are blue I know they are happy! I'm gonna take a screen shot of my GPU-Z and CPU-Z and let you take a look at it. BRB!

Never mind that involves a change out...But the Mem size, bandwidth and bus size don't report even though it sees the card. Go to Device manager and the card is recognized but i get Code 43 This card has reported a problem and has been stopped. And it's only 4 GB and I'm running Win 10 64 bit so that shouldn't be a problem either. I might have to go pet my dog and kick my wife!

What about changing all my components to new board? Would that help anything?
 
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