yes as long as you dont oc the cpu your warranty will be intact...
if you buy a prebuild. never open the case always take it to a recommended vendor for repairs if your supplier recommends it rather than send it back to them. as they will use any excuse to claim a void warranty 1s the system is payed for in full.
Well I am happy. Talked to the vendor just now, and they said the warranty applies for every part of the PC, not the PC as a whole. So if I want to change the PSU, I can do so freely, and the warranty will still apply for the rest of the components. Will change the PSU in a few weeks, will this one last me that long?
if the vendor prebuilt it for you then every part most likely has a manufacturer warranty already in place. (if it was such a mass produced product like dell, hp etc then warranty is for the whole comp~ someone might want to clarify).
To your question of how long it will last, it could be a minute , 1 hour, 1 week. We don't know. Avoid anything that's going to stress your graphics card and power supply such as heavy gaming or FAH etc till you get a new power supply that won't explode and kill your computer parts.
A good quality PSU should be from a reputable company such as Seasonic, Corsair, XFX, Antec, some ocz and thermaltake models (they vary, check reviews).
If on a budget, corsair cx430v2 or antec ea 430d will work.
If its around $60-80 then look for antec hcg520 , xfx 550, corsair cx500v2, etc etc
If i were you, i'd just grab a quality 450-500watt psu from one of these companies and call it a day since you're not going to overclock at all considering that build.
That's going to have to wait a week or two. Although I don't think that this one is going to die all that fast. Compucase isn't really known worldwide, and locally it's conisdered a good PSU, have seen it in quite a few PCs here.
usually...there is a reason that they aren't and names such as Seasonic, Corsair, Antec, and XFX always evokes images of high performing computer parts that work and work and work and work and.....work... (most of the time).
Anyways, i'm going to bed. What might be considered good locally can be considered trash globally especially with each brand attempting to one up each other be it rail stability , high efficiency etc. All of which ends up cheaper and better than anything that came before it. It's like comparing coolermaster psu's and seasonic psu's. Coolermaster may be considered really good locally but the superior seasonic is less known but beats it in every possible way by a large margin.
Anyways, that TT toughpower will serve you well. now.... time to