[SOLVED] What Graphics Card does my Motherboard / PC support?

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Hello there!

I need to make an graphics card upgrade since I am still playing on that gtx 750 which was a really good graphics card and solid for its age (still currently)
What type of graphics card can I buy for my PC? I want like the newest ones if its possible or the best possibilities

Motherboard: Asus Prime B360M-K Mainboard Sockel 1151 (mATX, Intel B360, DDR4 Speicher, M.2, 6Gbit/s SATA, USB 3.1 Gen 2)
 

Diddly

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any of the current gen graphics cards will work fine, you just need to check that your PSU is rated for it ( typically >=500W), has enough of the 6-8pin power connectors for the card AND that it will fit in your case ;-)
 
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any of the current gen graphics cards will work fine, you just need to check that your PSU is rated for it ( typically >=500W), has enough of the 6-8pin power connectors for the card AND that it will fit in your case ;-)
Would aZOTAC GAMING GeForce RTX 2070 Mini Graphics Card
fit on
Sharkoon TG4 RGB PC Case?
 

AlexaKitty

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Would aZOTAC GAMING GeForce RTX 2070 Mini Graphics Card
fit on
Sharkoon TG4 RGB PC Case?
I have that card. If it fit in my HP Prebuilt, it will fit in that case as well. That case is similar to the one I have now, and the GPU fits just fine. Just make sure your PSU is adequate, your motherboard has a PCI 3.0 x16 slot and that you have enough power connectors for the GPU. One 8-pin PCI-e power is enough for that gpu.
 

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