What GPU cards will run Windows 10 64bit?         
 

Warning #1 watch out for scalpers  selling old cards as new and are Hacked China Counterfeits cards. (Do not buy  cards from  ebay SCALPERS and the silly impossibly low price)
Clue 2 on Counterfeits is  that VGA jack on the card that no other card has for this 1 model card has.... cry FAKE.
There is no part you can buy for any PC more complex! (CPU ?)  (12 makers) and huge sets of features, ports,  speeds, Directx12 support and DRM and textures and cores. (I will never talk BitCoin)

If the  W10  loaded PC shows in device manager  under DISPLAY ADAPTERS as  MBDA  driver, this a limphome crippleware
driver, from Microsoft (MS) but is very cool with screen not dead sure.
If you have an  old PC most  old Intel HD chips (iGPU) have no w10 support for HD3000 and older (1 exception 2500) see the truth here.
Then you get the idea gee a newer GPU card that supports W10. 
There are like 10,000 cards made in last 15 years and many older ones do not work now in W10. (means full support, not crippled drivers)
 

There are only 2 chip makers for cards today worth salt and support, but best is look here for both chip makers drivers.  
NVIDIA.com  (Geforce  series 8 and up for W10 support like the 8100 to 8800, and higher series 9, series 100 to 900, series 10, and 16 and 20, up.  (8100 is the oldest card circa 2008 year old)
I have a 8400GS card that turns 5-FPS,  (runs W10 but is a slug and sells for $5 used) So this the lower water mark for W10, IMO. 

Just as good is  AMD.com (ATI) Radeon™ etc..  Their list here and is SUPER GOOD , just one page, all you need to know buying used AMD cards, and wanting W10 support.

The winner for low cost AMD GPU card that runs W10 and directx-11,  is HD 5450 (DVI , avoid DMS59 version)  at the eye popping cost of $8
This  5450 does a whopping  5-FPS, (frame per second) it is a slug, but again is only $8 card.  This is only a starting point, so mow 10 lawns and upgrade to a faster card  in this list "super good".
Many chips made for cards, long ago ended support for their chip. (if true the card maker can not help you)

That is my answer simple and sweet, which one goes fast enough for you is any ones guess. (to get high FPS gaming? , only lots of cash is a cure) $150 is par for the course.

But the ratings on all cards are HERE . I have a  GTX1650 and love mine, (runs top games too, AAA+)

Finding one that fits and not hit things inside, and not overloading  the PSU , is a whole other matter.

Nothing is more complex as this, and more personal, so go to newegg.com and click the filters there until you get it right is my advice. (only YOU know what you need for ports and speed or Directx 12 needs? )
Does the cards ports match your monitors ports? (oops) vga/dvi/hdmi/DP)?
Learn too that there are older cards the some makers have a  free Direct12 upgrade. (talk your card maker  for these facts and there are 12 makers of cards)

My page  rating meter varies by unknown factors. (bovine flatulence?)
 

Advice, buy  a new cards from Bestbuy a real brick store, if no stores in your town go to newegg.com  they do fast exchanges and have the best side bar filters on earth (use the filters, if nothing else, 100% free)
If your game states only Directx12 support do buy cards very carefully. (and very new only cards)

DirectX support page for top CARDs
Nvidia shows GT730 lowest card with Directx 12.

12 makers of cards. (GPU)
  • NVIDA (chip and card both) (#1 maker  here}
  • AMD/ old ATI (chip and card both)"RADEON"
  • ASUS (and some of the finest DT MOBO on earth and GPU too.) {AMD&Nvidia}  Top brand here.!
  • GIGABYTE (both AMD and Nvidia)  Big time player and top quality and support , good specs  and documents and forum , a 4 star maker.
  • Zotac  (one of my favorites , Nvidia focused)
  • PNY (Nvidia focused)
  • EVGA (  Nvidia chip sets.) {spec forgets card watts, -1 point, no specific manual on 1 exact card -5 point. sure, how to use water cooling +1, but no real manual for all cards sold even now} (I PASS)
  • Sapphire (IDK)
  • XFX (Pine?) (IDK)
  • VisionTek? (IDK)
  • Powercolor (not me, ever)
  • MSI ( has problems and sells (AMD & Nvidia)  I do not like MSI at all. ( their documents STINK) IMO.
Cards that are 100% hype I avoid, if they fail to show top or rear of card photos, and the AUX jack not shown,  I avoid them.
The cards that have no real spec, avoid, or no documents or worse  a JPG page with instructions full of lies and in 10 languages, all in 1 page.
The most funny of all , not saying , how to remove the card old and not blow up it or the mobo doing illegal Hot plugging of said card.
Worse of all not telling actual card wattage max in 3D max clocked mode.



version 1.  1-20-2020 (The above is just my opinion)