Computer Hardware Graphics Card Upgrade

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Hello, 

I have an ASROCK N68C-S UCC motherboard. I am planning to buy a new graphics card, and I have seen one that meets my game's requirements, but I'm not sure if my motherboard supports GeForce Get 520 2 GB.

Does this graphics card support my motherboard?

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Computer Hardware Graphics Card Upgrade

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Hi Mackie.

The answer of your question is below:

The ASROCK N68C-S UCC motherboard has built with PCI-EXPRESS slot. And the GEFORCE GT-520 2 GB graphics card also PCI-express. SO you can plug this graphics card for your motherboard. 

If you still have any troubles, get your PC near the manufacturer of your graphics card and buy the graphics card.

If not there are lots of new graphics cards available in the pci express slot. You can check out here.

I hope you got the answers.

THANK YOU!

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Hello Mackie,

The answer to your question is simply YES if your motherboard has any spare PCI Express Slot on it. This is often called as PCIe port also. But while buying the mentioned NVIDIA Graphics card, you must also check for the size of the slot that is available on your PC motherboard.

Usually, there are four sizes of this slot termed as x1, x4, x8 and x16. The main difference between each is the size/length. You can compare your main board with the picture below to check which slot your board has.

Motherboard has any spare PCI Express Slot

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