I like to usually emphasize this quote on this guide
A cheap power supply isn't a good place to try to save money, although it's often the first place less experienced builders will try to go cheap. As a general rule, you want a well-built power supply that conforms to modern technical standards, and you can expect to spend at least $40 on it. Decent PSUs priced under $30 simply do not exist. Keep your eye out for the following safety-oriented features:
if its after rebate, its possibly a different story, but if its before, the quote will hold true for the most part if you are buying it brand new.
all the PSU mentioned are junk, as to be expected with the budget
the OP said he can't spend more then $35 out the door and you linked a PSU that is $43. if he could go above that then we would recommend the corsair 430w that is $27 after MIR but still $47 out the door
Hey thanks. You helped me out a lot. I dont have the money right now but ill get the corsair 430w later. I also found this one http://www.ebay.com/itm/Corsair-400W-Power-Supply-CMPSU...
its ebay but i sure can dish out 2 more dollars. Ill just play it safe and for the corsair 430 later on. thanks