Question Compatible components with Packard Bell iMedia S2190

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So I have an AMD A4 6210 APU and am curious as to if I can add a GPU (Nvidia GeForce GTX 750-Ti) to it, I'ved looked at other threads on the internet that say you can but need a PCIe x16 slot, I don't know if I have one or not but I've seen that some people have a Nvidia GPU and and AMD A4 APU on User Benchmarks for the iMedia S2190 so I'm a bit stuck.

Also, I'm curious as to which other components are compatible with the S2190
 
Typical slim size PC with little very upgradable due to the slim size and weak power supply.
Power supply: 220 W.
Chassis type: SFF

Looks like you can install a kit of two DDR3L-1600 memory.

GeForce GTX 750-Ti needs a 300 watt power supply.
 
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open the computer and look. check the psu too
So I've gotten around to cleaning my PC and while I cleaned it, I took the time to check the components, I've taken some photos below, it looks like I've got a spare PCIe x16 slot, only problem is the version of it since I don't have the manual from my 2014 purchase of the PC.
EDIT: I've added a closeup of some of the wires to the PSU








 
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Typical slim size PC with little very upgradable due to the slim size and weak power supply.
Power supply: 220 W.
Chassis type: SFF

Looks like you can install a kit of two DDR3L-1600 memory.

GeForce GTX 750-Ti needs a 300 watt power supply.
So what GPU would you recomment me adding to the APU system? I was thinking of a GT 710 if a GTX 750-Ti was incompatible
EDIT: Yes, I know GT 710 needs 300Watts but it's designed for low power
 
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