Now I know that the PSU is terrible and that is what I want to replace, so I need some options on a PSU that will be good for my build. My budget is less than $100 and it would take me a while to build up the money. Any opinions would help. Thank you!
If you've already got that Apevia in your build and you aren't experiencing any problems, I wouldn't bother replacing it. Especially if you are low on funds. Your setup is not terribly power hungry, so even if that thing is giving 2/3 of the rated power, you'll be fine.
^ I think hes more concerned with the quality of the PSU than its wattage.
APEVIA has a pretty horible reputation, its not 80+ Certified nor does it have Active PFC. According to its specifications it can only put out 588W on the 12v (which is the only rail of importance really, it powers the CPU, GPU, Mobo/RAM and anything connected to a Molex) http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
Besides, a 700W for $40 isnt to be trusted.
Yeah I know it is working, but I am more worried about the reliability of it, and I have been looking at other psu's. I'm leaning toward the XFX Core Edition Pro 550W. I could hopefully have that money saved up within a few weeks.