How do i check which graphics cards are compatible with my mother board?

hello everyone! I am trying buy a new graphics card but i want to know how to find out which are compatible with my mother board. I am COMPLETELY knew to this, all i know is that some are not compatible with some mother boards,so i am trying to see how to figure it out.

This is my mother board:
http://i.imgur.com/MFsD1nr.png
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  1. Your mobo has a pcie 3.0 x16 slot. As long as you're plugging it into that slot you can pick any card! However it is dependant on your PSU and case size. Do you know:

    1 how many watts is your PSU

    2 what case you have

    3 what resolution your monitor is

    4 your budget
  2. byronlukeallen said:
    Your mobo has a pcie 3.0 x16 slot. As long as you're plugging it into that slot you can pick any card! However it is dependant on your PSU and case size. Do you know:

    1 how many watts is your PSU

    2 what case you have

    3 what resolution your monitor is

    4 your budget

    Reg model: D11M
    Reg Type: D11M002
    -----------------------------
    Power:
    http://i.imgur.com/HPzfrn8.jpg
    ------------------------------------------
    monitor is believe is 720p
    -------------------------------------------
    budget wise anything around $200( honestly i just something better than what i have-- GeForce GT 620--)
    i hope this helps!
  3. Ah. In this case I'd suggest a gtx 750 ti. it uses only 11 watts more power and gives so much better gpu performance:


    http://gpuboss.com/gpus/GeForce-GTX-750-Ti-vs-GeForce-GT-620

    And check

    http://www.geforce.co.uk/hardware/desktop-gpus/geforce-gtx-750-ti/specifications

    you won't be able to get a better card without buying a better psu. And for 720p resolution you wouldnt need a better card anyway.

    Go on Amazon and have a look for gtx 750ti. cheapest ones are around £90 ($140) so it's well under your budget. Just be wary of your case. If you have a standard desktop then you should be fine with any card. But if you have an odd slim case you may need a low profile gpu.
  4. sheraz102 said:
    byronlukeallen said:
    Your mobo has a pcie 3.0 x16 slot. As long as you're plugging it into that slot you can pick any card! However it is dependant on your PSU and case size. Do you know:

    1 how many watts is your PSU

    2 what case you have

    3 what resolution your monitor is

    4 your budget

    Reg model: D11M
    Reg Type: D11M002
    -----------------------------
    Power:
    http://i.imgur.com/HPzfrn8.jpg
    ------------------------------------------
    monitor is believe is 720p
    -------------------------------------------
    budget wise anything around $200( honestly i just something better than what i have-- GeForce GT 620--)
    i hope this helps!


    How much watts is your power supply?
  5. The picture linked states max 300 watt.
  6. anyone else got any more suggestions?
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