This is the BRIEF specification of the Asus graphics card you list.Specifications Product Specifications
Item Height :40 millimetresItem Width:11.1 centimetres
MemoryRAM Size:1024 MB
Computer Memory Type:DDR SDRAM
Graphics Card Description:GeForce GTX 560TI
- that is the Nvidia graphics engine.
Nvidia do NOT market - graphics cards - in the way you wish to buy one.
Asus, Zotac, MSI, Gigabyte are just four of the brands available.
This LINK here will show you what I am explaining.http://www.geforce.c...-560ti/shopping
Many graphics cards are based on the Nvidia graphics engine.NOW to turn to your build in general.
If this is your FIRST build
Please, I have absolutely no prior experience here!
Please see this linkhttp://www.geekstogo...r-own-computer/
This is a guide produced by Troy
two Staff members of GeekstoGo
There is a wealth of information in the link, with images and you will find it useful.
My personal advice if you have NEVER built a computer before and CERTAINLY if you are not fully conversant with such matters as anti-static precautions - which are vital. Correct positioning of stand-offs for the motherboard and many other matters is to READ that guide VERY carefully.
You should not be put-off by what I am now going to tell you - but you need to proceed slowly - checking and rechecking each step of the build.
There are no prizes for speed of build in this.
It does not matter if it takes two days, or even longer.
If that computers boots when you first switch on - you will feel great.
If you rush the job and all that happens is a brief indication of power to the motherboard and the fans - and then a shut-down with no boot - you will I know from early experience - feel totally disheartened.
You would NOT be the first person to ruin a motherboard or a CPU by the most simple of errors.
If I WERE YOU and from experience - and it was MY FIRST BUILD - then I would obtain a computer which was working - but beyond its useful life. For instance the speed of the CPU - lets say it is 1.2Ghz - the ram and the total capacity of ram that MAY be used - makes it unworthy of upgrade.
Then strip down that computer as far as you can. - it is not necessary to remove the CPU from the motherboard - but take out as much as possible including the motherboard itself.
This is the ideal way to learn about such matters as locating the motherboard in the correct position - according to the CASE and the securing points on the board. Inserting ram, graphics cards (even if this old computer does not have one) it may very well have some card in the PCI slots of the board. Connections of the PSU to the motherboard etc.
REBUILD IT and see if it still works.
If you want an example of WHY you should follow carefully and SLOWLY the advice in the link I have given you and my advice - See this link.http://www.geekstogo...d-wont-turn-on/I will post back further when I have exmained each component of your planned build