The GT 610 is a low end graphics card somewhat below current Intel integrated graphics. There are a few versions of it and none of them very good. The AMD FX-4130 CPU determined what motherboard is compatible and limits the CPUs you can upgrade into and actually CPUs that are compatible with more cores or higher clocks do not get a lot of gaming performance improvement.
The NVidia GT 610 upgrade of graphics to something better depends upon your power supply, computer case width for card height, and computer case cage for length or thickness interference. If you get an AMD GPU card, the driver software change is more significant. Getting an NVidia GPU card (GPU = Graphics Processor Unit where CPU is Central Processor Unit), is more of a driver update or upgrade and is a little easier to deal with.
The actual card manufacturers are other companies.
PCPartpicker helps with shopping and compatibility.
Graphics cards have gone up in price, and sometimes a better value is available used on ebay.
Older good cards are more likely to need a power supply upgrade as well.
The graphics processor can be NVidia or AMD, and card can be any manufacturer, though some are more reliable than others.
Your CPU will lower gaming performance to some extent compared to standard reported test results of gaming.
Still, it is helpful to understand approximate expected performance of graphics cards.
This has a pull-down for desktop cards/ Wait for data load, then change to Desktop cards and re-select games (Hold the CTRL to select) and then RESTRICT to refresh:
An RX 460 4GB and RX 560 4GB - 896 I believe are the same cards, and NVidia GTX 1050 2GB is approximately equal performance.
That is $110 to $120 in the USA after rebate
Most should not need a power supply with a PCIe 6 pin connector.
They are 10 to 18 times the performance of your GT 610.
You need to name your country for shopping, money available, power supply by brand and model, and some computer case information to know what size card will fit.
As a matter of fact, NVidia graphics cards work a little better than AMD graphics cards with AMD CPUs until at the newst leels of both. You would prefer a different NVidia card unless a similar performance AMD based is a lot cheaper.
I like this card for $120 after rebate in the USA