Is this PSU any good?

So, i have this PSU from a gateway FX530... and i am wondering if it has any future (power supplies is my only weakness regarding computers)

its a Delta 700w with he following specs

Input 100 - 127 V ~ 12 A; 47 Hz - 63 Hz
Autorange 200 - 240 V ~ 6 A; 47 Hz - 63 Hz

Output +3.3 V / 24.0 A
+12 V1 / 18.0 A
+12 V2 / 16.0 A
+12 V3 / 18.0 A
+12 V4 / 18.0 A
+5 VSB / 3.0 A
+5.0 V / 24.0 A
-12 V / 0.5 A

+5 V and +3.3 V total output not to exceed 140 W
Maximum combined load on +12 V is 50 A
Maximum total continuous output power is 700 W

I know it was used to power qx6700 and 2 x1950 in crossfire
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  1. It's not a top rated brand, but it may work fine with a single video card and hardrive setup. I like corsair, pc power and cooling, antec, seasonic, ocz, and enermax, but none of these are cheap.
  2. Should be OK, as long as it gets close to its rated output.
    Check here:

    http://extreme.outervision.com/psucalculator.jsp
  3. o1die said:
    It's not a top rated brand, but it may work fine with a single video card and hardrive setup. I like antec.

    It's the same Delta that provides the platform for most of the Earthwatts lineup and the Signature series.
  4. delluser1 said:
    It's the same Delta that provides the platform for most of the Earthwatts lineup and the Signature series.



    i'll take that as being pretty good, tnx guys
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