What Graphics Card should I get that is compatible with my other parts?

So, right now I have a budget Gaming PC. I want to know which graphics card could boost the performance a lot. Obviously, it will no matter what as I am using onboard graphics. Any recommendations?

Specs:
AMD A4 6300 3.70GHz Dual-Core
FM2+ CV X16 2D3 M32 GL R MATX
8GB DDR3-1600 PC3-12800
1TB 3.5 SATA3 7200RPM 32MB 3.5
10/100/1000 Gigabit Network Onboard
Versa N21 Mid Tower ATX White No PSU
500W ATX12V PSU

Picture of specs, for more detail:
https://gyazo.com/9666487cba08d61d4a59fb1906e1bb4a


Any questions let me know. I'm not experienced with PC Building. Any other suggestions on upgrades would be helpful, as well.
Reply to Aidann
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  1. something like a 1050, 1050 ti, rx 560, rx 570.
    Reply to Doses13
  2. A 1050 or a 1050ti would be your best bet. Anything higher than than you will probably run into a bottleneck with your cpu.
    Reply to Countgreen
  3. I would say a gtx 1060 max since bottlenecking in a 60hz monitor is not a big deal. Ur 6300 will give u 40fps easy. Go for 1060 max and 1050ti min.
    Reply to Lucky_SLS
  4. Lucky_SLS said:
    I would say a gtx 1060 max since bottlenecking in a 60hz monitor is not a big deal. Ur 6300 will give u 40fps easy. Go for 1060 max and 1050ti min.


    Alright. While I'm at it getting a graphics card, what CPU would you recommend me upgrading to? So it wouldn't bottleneck with the gtx 1060? Also, I have a 500W power supply. Would that need an upgrade, aswell?
    Reply to Aidann
  5. i would suggest the new ryzen 1500X/1600 cpu for 60hz gaming and 7700k for 144hz gaming. need to know the make n model of psu to say its ok or not.
    Reply to Lucky_SLS
  6. id get a better cpu like athlon x4 860k and rx460 or nividia 1060 if ur not looking in to building a whole new system
    Reply to PurpleZ
  7. Sandy Bridge is still kicking ass, so if you don't wanna spend a lot for a new system but still get competitive performance, go for something like and i5 2500 or i7 2600, or even Ivy Bridge. You're not really losing a lot compared to the newest generations (in gaming at least). On a budget I would absolutely try to get a Mobo + one of those CPUs and you can reuse your other parts.
    Reply to rayremnant
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