NOTES: as you can see im on a budget. im going to be slight gaming i think the most intesive game will be bf2:bc or w.o.w. the only thing i can see me self upgrading is ram. im not going to overclock or anything like that either.
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Yeah as long as it is not a cheap crap unit it should hold fine.
I've seen much heavier systems on crappier and cheaper PSU's, so no worries there.
I would recommend a heavier PSU, but this should do the job just fine.
that psu is NOT good...
i came into possesion of a 500w raidmax (dont remeber model) a long time ago. i opened the cover to see if it looked worth keeping, and i kept it since it was silent and had ok build quality...
but later i put it in a computer, an dthe psu worked fine for a while. then i moved, and so the pc was just sitting around in the garage. so i go to plug it in, and it smells a little funny, but the pc boots. anyway, i shut it down, and later i go to turn it on it EXPLODES. smoke, sparks out the back, a nice BANG!
so even raidmax psus that look ok inside (even to somewhat of a power supply expert), can be built like junk...
so dont trust a raidmax.
i would recommend you to get one of the following [will put them here in a second]