As we all know, recommended wattages are lies but will the Nvidia gtx 560 ti run on this------> http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168... along with an i5-2320, standard hdd, atleast 4 led case fans, cold-cathode lights, dvd drive, and 8 gb of ram? i know that some of those things may not matter but i may aswell include them.
I've never heard of Apevia before. I wouldn't trust it. It may do it, but reliability and current supply may be insufficient. I'd look at something along the lines of a (more expensive but well proven) Corsair 550w or 650w PSU - can't go wrong.
The other risk is that even if it does do that, if it blows, it could take some of your system with it. a 560Ti should run on a 450w but then the PSU isn't in its efficiency range (70-80% usage, I think?)
One of these would be good if you can fork out the extra money.
your recommendations are very good but the only problem is that im going for a green theme in my case to go along with a case ill buy in the future ---> http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168... i can easily get green led fans and such but the green power supply (or one with a green fan) would really top it off. not to mention the uv reactive sleeved cables on it. To my knowledge apevia is pretty trusted, but hey, thats why im asking the community
Nope, only know of a blue LED one, but it shouldn't be too hard to stick a green LED fan into a normal PSU, I've done it with my one (Red though), and it's fine. You'll also have to manually do green UV reactive sleeves. It's not too hard.