It's not the power supply I don't like, so much as an HD 4670 for your graphics card.
Don't get a 4670 for a new machine. It is not a very good gaming card -- only useful if you have a really small (300W) power supply or an old machine limited to AGP cards.
If this is a machine you want to keep for a while, you should get an HD 4870 (if you want to keep it 1-2 years) or an HD 5770 (if you want to keep it longer). That power supply should be adequate for either of those cards.
Haha i know my work when i see it and IIRC that was for a recommendation to convert a dated rig to something able to game modern game for like under $350..or was it that the TS had a 1024 x 768 display So ya for up to 1280 x 1028 its good to go else u want more teeth time to hit at least a GTS 250/HD 4850 but i guess even that config is already hard on your wallet hehe Magicpants is correct: compromise on a lesser PSU for less peace of mind...not worth it IMO
At only $45 after rebate for the PSU listed above, that is cheap, and especially for one that listed for $85 or almost twice as much. A decent quality PSU on sale for a very low price translates into a great value.
That being said - if you are sure you will never want a strong graphics card requiring more than a 400w PSU, then you can save $10 and get this excellent PSU: