you wasted $850 on that pc, coud of made something twice as fast for that much.
as long as you buy a ATX PSU you "would" be fine. ATX PSU's look like this
Buy something 700W and over and you are fine.
and why care so much about the power supply reviews? keep using it till it burns out then. If it doesn't burn within 1-5 years, you've saved some money. spending money on a psu when you already have a 700W is a waste.
I don't see a little voltage switch on your existing PSU, so it probably isn't utter junk, especially when not loaded.
If you want to replace it, a 380W Antec Earthwatts would run that system as is, but you will probably someday want to upgrade the video card. Use the PSU sizing calculator at http://www.extreme.outervision.com/PSUEngine and input what you might want to have.
Quality modern PSUs have full range active PFC (no little voltage switch) and at least 80+ certification for efficiency. Antec, Seasonic, Corsair, Enermax, and XFX are among the better brands.
I dont know which PSU I can use for it. Im afraid if i ordered a PSU and it wouldnt fit. So pls tell me suggestions. Thank you
I don't think you wasted your money, I bought a Cyberpower machine, and I love it! Maybe you could have saved a few $$$ on making it yourself, but it doesn't come with an OS, that could cost you $100 just for that. I got the http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168... Cyberpower's 2062; plus I got deus x for free, nice videocard, motherboard, memory ok, decent case, OS 7, and a warranty! Try to beat that you "home makers"! It's hard to beat for what I paid.
Anyway, on the PSU, just run it intill it fries! Within a year, contact Cyberpower! Remember: You have a 1 year warranty!
I was afraid of the "comments" as well, and came out ok!