How About this power supply to put it on a E4300 systems planing to overclock to 2.6-3.0, a 8600GT, 2X320GB SATAII hard drives, 2GB of Gskill DDR2 800,about 3 80mm fans, 2 dvd burners, and a zero therm UFO cooler
Type ATX12V 2.01
Maximum Power 585W
Main Connector 20+4Pin
Dual +12V Yes
Over Voltage Protection Yes
Input Voltage 100 - 120V/ 200 - 240V
Input Frequency Range 47 - 63 Hz
Input Current 10 /5A
Output +3.3V@36A,+5V@36A,+12V1@19A,+12V2@20A,-12V@1A,+5 VSB@2.0A
Approvals cUL, FCC, CSA
If you can afford it, always buy a better PS than you need, because it wil only get worse with time. I know nothing of that brand, it may be good, it may be bad. I think that someone had a PS 101 guide, I can't remember if he is still around though.
Amps are just the bare minimum requirement for a good PSU, good PSUs are more importantly rated0 on component quality and stability, and the PSU of your choice is a complete unknown, that's why it's safe to assume that it's a cheap, unstable POS.
Go for the Seasonic S12, Corsair HX, Antec NeoHE, or PC Power & Cooling Silencer series. You can't go wrong with any of those.
It's a great PSU, its like a Topower 430w and it kicks Thermaltake 420w ass!!,
Go for it!!
I have it in a Athlon X2 Kuma 7750 BE 2.7Ghz @ 3.2Ghz 24/7, ThermalTake Blue Orb II, Biostar TA790GX 128M, XFX Ati Radeon 4770 512 MB, Corsair 2x 1024 MB 800Mhz CL4 2.1v, 500 GB Sata II, 320 GB Sata II, 160 GB IDE, CD-R/DVD-R IDE, 2x 80mm System Fan, 1x 120mm System Fan.