There is a publicly available spreadsheet listing power phase information for a great many AMD motherboards. It is blocked at work, but someone else may have it. MSI boards, especially their budget offerings, are frequently called out for having weak VRMs that are particularly unsuited for overclocking. I'd stick to Asus, ASRock, or Gigabyte.
That Thermaltake PSU is fecal; it is an obsolete design that is inefficient and overrated. The only PSU I know of without active PFC (has a little voltage switch) that I could recommend is the Antec VP-450.
ik it has no active pfc, but they do not have a history of failing. it is an ok one if you just want a cheap psu. it's made bt FSP, so it's really just a good cheap one. It DOES have all sorts of over voltage, under voltage, over current, and under curret protection. I have the 600W and know others that have the 500-600 W versions and they have no problems.
I'm also not saying that there are better ones that go on sale if you can find them, this one is just ALWAYS cheaper due to no 80+ rating.
I just looked and they are both made by FSP. saying one is bad would mean the other one is equally as bad.
Thermalfake has several lines of PSUs called "TR2." According to http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/power-supply-oem-ma... they are made by lots of different companies. The newer ones are ok, but have Active PFC; the older ones are not.
The Antec VP-450 is indeed made by FSP, and is efficient enough for 80+; disqualified for not having active PFC. It scored a Golden award at HardwareSecrets, and is also inexpensive.
Personally, I would not install a HEC device in my PC. Some of their newest "Cougar" models are ok, but afaik even they may not be that good.
The best advice when looking for a PSU is to find competent technical reviews of it. Good sources for such reviews include HardwareSecrets, Jonnyguru, HardOCP, and Anandtech. Technical forums may also have discussions about a particular model.