Power supply limits and overclocking

Hello this is my first post and my first thread!!

Well my computer specs are:

Pentium 4 2.4 Ghz simple cooling
1 HDD WD IDE 160GB 8MB cache
1,5 Gb Ram
ATI RADEON 9600 PRO 256Mb with improved cooling
1 sound blaster audigy 2 value
and some led and simple funs (1 120mm, 3 80mm)
motherboard QDI PlatiniX 2E
and 280 Max power supply, brand: Premier

I have found a Pentium 4 processor, hyper threading at 2.8Gz

My first question is, will I have problems with the power supply?
According to this site http://extreme.outervision.com/PSUEngine , I found that I am to close to limits, but I don't reach them.

Also if I overclock my processor in the future, I am going closer to the limits.

Do you think that my power supply will endure the power needs of my new processor (non overclocked)??
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  1. You should be fine I wouldn't worry to much about it.
  2. Your power supply may be a little iffy.

    Try it, and if it works, great.

    If system doesn't work and you think that it's because of power, get one of these:
    Corsair 400CX (30 amp 12 volt rail)
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