Dang, sorry for the multiple post. Had some minor issue with my internet browser.
Are you sure it's 50W?? Or it's dual 20A?
Yeah, change the PSU+Case Make sure you get decent brands. It should run 6670 anyway...
I'll post the picture of the label if i can.
generic psus usually have trouble continuously supplying power to components. they also rate max ratings on the labels. if you've recycled the psu from a previous build, and you've used the psu for quite a while now, the psu components should have aged enough to lose performance. i mean that the psu might not be able to supply 20A as it could have done when it was new. in that case, you should change your psu asap and get a new, 80+ rated, active pfc, with 30-40A on the +12v rail(s) psu. your build is new and it should last longer with a better psu. this
is a good place to start.
I know generic PSU is terrible, but this PC is meant for basic usage like web surfing and watching videos, and was this PC came in a bundle which meant i couldn't add or change any of the components. This PC is only 2 weeks old, including the PSU.
But since HD 6670 isn't really that power hungry and i don't plan to overclock anything, shouldn't it be okay? But then, i might or might not replace the casing and PSU depending on the situation.