After putting all together the computer just shuts off after few seconds of booting. It won't start again if PWR ON button is pressed, only if cable out of the socket and in again. I had mobo checked - worked fine, checked the PSU by bridging - worked.
So my only conclusion would be that it doesn't have enough power.
Could anyone suggest how big PSU I should buy. Or if anybody has other explanations to this problem I'd really appreciate it.
My current setup:
PSU: Xilence 550W ATX2.2
Mobo: Asus M4A87TD EVO
CPU: x6 1055T
GPU: GeForce GTX 460 1gb
HDD: Samsung F3 1TB 7.2kRPM
SSD: Kingston 64GB
Memory: Apacer 2gb ddr3 x4
ODD: LG DVD-/+RW 22x
More details on the problem: On 1st power up I managed to install w7 and started installing drivers which needed restart which turned to a shut down and would start again. Pulling the cable was the only successful thing to get it up nd running, reinstalled the w7 thinking it was the drivers, random shut down again. After each try the length of running shrunk to only 1/2 CPU spin.
Could there be another explanation to this problem or is it most likely the PSU?
Not modular, but probably the best in terms of quality. I would say a good 4 tiers above your current one. The other makers listed by Obsidian are good too, but $60 is an unbelievable steal for this psu. I would jump on it right now.