|At the very least, you'll need a gaming graphics card & better PSU (power supply). The factory PSU is only 220W & won't be able to handle the load. And it appears to be a small form factor tower? If that's correct, a decent PSU that fits the case will be hard to find.|
The motherboard only has 2 RAM slots but supports up to 16GB (2x8GB). If you currently have a single 4GB stick, just add another 4GB stick with the same specs. If you have 2x2GB, replace them with either 2x4GB or 2x8GB DDR3-1600. The board is based on the Intel H81 chipset:
"H81 is most at home in "living room PCs" and use-focused HTPCs. You lose all advanced storage functionality, drop 2 of the SATA ports, drop to a single x16 PCI-e slot, lose 2xPCI-e 2.0 lanes, and lose one DIMM per channel (meaning you're restricted to 2 memory slots). There's no overclocking support and BIOS is effectively relegated to controlling your boot devices, seeing as there's not much else to do in there."
You would have been better off building from scratch.
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