Hello guys. I'm in the look of a new powersupply, since my current one is about eight years old and I doubt it could handle a much power hungry GPU than the one I currently have (and I'm planning to change). I currently have a Nox Urano 600W (I think they're a spanish brand so you might not know it, OEM is Superflower so at least I think there is some quality there...). Cannot longer provide more than 11.70 under load to my current PC in the 12v rail.
I was looking for a PSU in the 50-70 € range. This leaves me with little options. I want to avoid unreliable brands, I had in mind the G750M (78€) but maybe its a little bit expensive for my budget. So today I spotted a CM G700 at 43€. I read #1 but there is little information about it. I also read the tweakdown review and it doesn't look too bad. The OEM for this unit seems ok. What do you think about this offer? Should I get it? I don't think it will last for much longer...
This is my current PC:
i5 2500K (no OC but I may do it in the coming months)
MSI P67A GD-65
12GB DDR3 1600 G.Skill
PNY GTX 670 (planning on getting a 290 or similar soon)