i'm sorry. i just re-looked through your posts, and don't see anything about this question. i'll be glad to answer it now though:
the PSU in question supplies enough for your new system, though Powmax isn't a very reliable brand. (Exhibit A: The infamous Powmax Demon
) it might be in your best interest to invest ~$100 in a good power supply, because a bad one can go out, and take your whole system with it.
also, one last thought. i'm assuming this PSU is left over from your old computer (the one which you are replacing the mobo+CPU+RAM)... the new mobo might need a different power connector than the old one. ask your son what type of power pin your new mobo has. then ask him if your old PSU has that type of connector. (or you could give me the exact specs of the mobo and PSU... like the model #, and any other info you have)
Edited by stettybet0, 06 February 2007 - 06:04 PM.