But I'm liking the features and spec sheet of the Superflower.
It's got a few more Amps on the +12V rail too so it's a bit more powerful than the FSP.
And it has dual 6+2 and dual 6pin PCI-e power adapters for your graphics card(s).
a (slightly unbalanced) office/occasional gaming when the girlfriend is out rig
intel i3 2120 3.3GHz
8gb (2x4gb) g.skill ripjaws x ddr3-1600 pc3-12800
MSI R HD 6850 cyclone 1GB ddr5 power edition
samsung spinpoint f3/f4 1TB (HD103SM - korean market? benchmarks very well for a hdd)
pioneer 219BLK dvd-rw combo drive
gigabyte gz-h08 case (lite version without the led lights in the front - needed something cleanish for the office and most cases available in korea are very flashy!)
i realise my system is quite 'humble' with no room for expansion etc. but this system will likely be relegated to a secondary work computer (office and light photoshop/illustrator work) after summer.
im hoping to do a nice 3770k build to replace it (after summer!) as our main rig - but only if work goes smoothly in the coming months
i wanted to give some time to z77 and ivybridge to iron out any issues before i spent big money on a megasystem... i run a small business with my missus' and cant afford to splurge cash too far in the wrong direction. my main concerns are stability and real-world value for money.
again many thanks for the opinions so far. very much appreciated! - can you see any faux pas i've committed in the build so far?