Is my new PSU compatible

Will my PSU work with my intel core 2 quad processor, my motherboard has a 4pin ATX12v socket so is this PSU compatible:
My new PSU's info:
Manufacturer's Features & Specifications:
NVIDIA SLI certified
Full range 650W (710W peak) ATX 12V 2.01 & EPS 12V
4 x 12V rails giving optimized power distribution
Dual PCI-Express 6-pin connectors
24-pins EPS connector with detachable 4-pins for ATX version
Active PFC with 96% efficiency
75% hi-efficiency at full load
80mm 2 ball bearing long life Sanyo Denki fan giving high level ventilation
Auto fan control for optimised thermal environment
Built-in bronze heatsink enhancing heat dissipation
Anti corrosive nickel coated
UL 240VA safety approval
Full safety approvals and protection
3 Year Warranty

Full range 650W (710W peak) Power Supply
Designed for
AMD Athlon 64, Athlon XP, & Opteron
Intel P4 & EPS 12V, Xeon & Dual Nocona
75% at full load
Sanyo Denki 80mm Black Fan
Twin Ball Bearing
Auto Thermal Control
9 x 4-pin molex
2 x 4-pin floppy
4 x SATA
1 x Motherboard 24/20-pins
1 x 4-pin connectors (Supermicro AGP)
2 x 6-pin connectors (PCIe)
1 x 8-pin connectors 8/4pin (EPS/12V)
Cable Wrap
Black mesh
150 x 180 x 86mm
AC Power Input Range
100V - 240V
Product code:
AK-P650FF-BKEUV2 - (Europe)

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  1. I might buy this instead is this compatible with a core 2 quad:
    OCZ stealthxstream 400w:
    400W Configuration
    OCZ PowerWhisper Technology
    Internal 140mm fan
    80+ Certified for high efficiency
    3 year warranty backed by OCZ's exclusive PowerSwap™ Warranty replacement program. No more endless return-for-repair loops!

    Technical specifications
    150 x 140 x 86mm (W x L x H)
    High efficiency
    80% @ 115V (Typical load)
    83% @ 230V (Typical load)
    Overvoltage/Overcurrent/Short-Circuit protection
    Active PFC
    MTBF:100,000 hours

    1 x 20+4-pin ATX
    1 x 4-pin CPU
    1 x 6+2-pin PCI-E
    4 x SATA
    6 x Peripheral
    2 x Floppy
  2. What brand and model is the first PSU?

    System specs for the PC it is powering?
  3. +1 what jsc said.

    Without the brand and model of the first power supply and a list of your pc components it is very difficult to make a valid opinion or recommendation.
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