MoBo: ASUS P5KPL/1600 Intel G31
CPU: Intel Celeron E1500 2.2GHz (Dual Core)
RAM: 2x Kingston HyperX DDR2 1GB 800MHz CL4
GPU: GeForce with CUDA 9400 GT Gainward 1GB TV & DVI (PCI-E)(DDR2) SilentFX
+ 1 SATA HDD
+ 1 DVD-RAM drive
+ 1 old SB Live Platinum sound card
+ 1 old ATI TV-Wonder
as mentioned, the budget is relatively tight and a PSU under $100 would be perfect, but... it's a PSU so this thing has to be stable and hold on 15 hours a day for the next... xx years. Hence - pro-stability advices desired.
What I was thinking of was one of these:
Antec EarthWatts (500W): http://www.antec.com...uct.php?id=NjU=
OCZ ModXStream Pro (500W): http://www.ocztechno...ro_power_supply
1. Which one of these and what else would you recommend?
2. 500W is enough for the above config... right?
3. What's with the different "ranges" (20A vs. 25A @ +5V; 0.3A vs 0.8A @ -12V etc.)?