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Hey all,

I'm looking for a new power supply to replace one that is overheating (generic brand) in one of my old computers. Brand is unknown, but I guess reliable enough to power it for about 8 years with issues only cropping up now. PC case has no cable management as well.

It's powering a Pentium D 3.4GHz, nVidia 7300LE, 3x fans, dvd drive, a hard drive and a SSD. I'd prefer it if it is able to be transferred to another build in the future (Single GPU).

Stores I can buy from:
http://www.pcforce.co.nz/power-supplies-desktop-power-supply-c-14_77.html
http://pbtech.co.nz/index.php?z=c&p=psu
http://www.computerlounge.co.nz/components/componentlist.asp?t=16&parttypeid=0&b=Seasonic&fltr=

I'm looking at the Seasonic S12II 430W which is not too expensive.
Also, the G-550 which is a bit overkill, but I do like the modular cables.
 

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Else if you want modular I'd stick with the Seasonic G-550, a bit more expensive than Antec 520M - which wuold be the cheapest good modular PSU - but it has improved electronics and 80+ Gold certification.
 

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Went for the Aurum since it wasn't much more expensive than the Seasonic and it's closer to where I live. Thanks guys.
 
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