Lenovo desktop video card upgrade help
I recently picked up a Lenovo desktop PC for myself from this thread.
This is the first new PC I have purchased for myself in over 12 years, so I am not that familiar with these topics. On my current dell (a dinosaur), a family member of mine setup dual monitors quite some time ago, and I would like to keep that setup on the new desktop. However, the video card from the dell which allowed for the dual monitors did not fit the Lenovo. I am not sure how to verify whether or not a specific video card will fit this platform. If anyone is willing to provide some guidance and recommendations, I would greatly appreciate it. My local Staples had some GeForce Vertigo cards on clearance today, but again, I do not know how to determine whether or not they are compatible (also forgot to catch the specs on it, so I'll have to go back and see).
I do not really play any games; I mostly use the dual monitors to keep open multiple word/excel documents, or multiple browser pages for internet surfing, so I don't need anything too powerful. I may, in the future, load up a couple of games, however I am not the hardcore Skyrim type
If someone can point me to a SD price on one, that would also be great. Thanks in advance!
Here are the specs on the system:
Lenovo K330 (model: K330-77472LU)
Intel® Core™ i3-2120 (3.1GHz w/ 3MB Cache Memory)
8GB DDR3 SDRAM
SATA (7200 rpm) 1TB HD
Intel® HD Graphics 2000
Built-in 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet LAN
Available Expansion Slots: 2
USB 2.0 Ports: 6 (2 front, 4 rear)
Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit)
Graphics Chip: Intel
Drive Capacity: 1TB
GB PS-5281-7VR2 ATX 280W Robust Power(R)
MACE LX-320ATE（no mode switch）Chassis（R）