Agreed, yea that PSU i hate to say it but it isnt healthy for Any GPU. If you get a 450 watt say XFX or Corsair equivalent, they have a nice fully modular 550 watt or 500 watt hat would be perfect for your situation.
don't tell me to buy psu bcz my budget is extremely tight so i just get 6770 and forgot about 550ti? and there is only 1 amp difference between 6770 and 550ti why i cant run that card plz tell me can i run it or not bcz i want to buy the best card in my range
if i cannot run 550ti im gonna buy 6770 anyway plz help
I really think "saadssk94" you should listen to the advice of the good responders on here and invest in a better PSU. 2 years ago I upgraded my video card and NOT the generic, "no-name" model PSU and ended up frying most of my system (motherboard and yes, video card) when i added a BFG Geforce 9800GTX+ from a Geforce 8800GTS 320mb. Learned the hard way and now I have an Enermax 535w that I bought from a friend for only $40 CDN. And was it worth it. So good luck.
my budget is 12500 pkr which is 139$ and i cannot increase it i want to buy a card in that budget to run on my psu and i want the best card in that price i dont think that psu is too bad bcz its provided by cooler master now im not an expert u guyz tell me what to do which card i get 6770 or 550ti i want to play bf3 on max thats why i need the best card in that price
Ok, I'm at home now...I see it IS a CM and looks like one even worse than their Extreme Power series. The strongest GPU that may be safe to run on it is a HD6670, which requires no auxiliary power. Anything stronger, and it dies a fiery death and/or wanders sufficiently out of spec to damage other parts of your PC.