HeyHo. I have decided to be a sporting member of the community and a warning if your buying a PSU , or indeed any PC part... Few Things to check before hand. 1. Price - well common sense never the less people forget about it... Think of The Wattage of the PSU, say 600 watts and how many times you've seen the price at PC world , Maplins, etc, 80pounds? 82pounds? Then you see a market Stall with a 'dazzling' offer 22pounds for a generic 600Watt.STOP. Invest a bit in your purchase , don't just buy because it's cheap. It's not just a case of 'oh well the psu's gone lets get anthor one, IT affects the whole PC, IT could damage your MOBO , or GPU'. Courtesy of Jelly Bean. If your lucky it won't damage the rest of ure PC... But at the same time don't go berserk and pay 900pounds on a 1000watt psu which normally costs 200 pounds.... If your still not sure consult the internet , thier are millions of reviews on products or ask for help here at PCHF. 2. Presentation. , I've seen many people at PC stores , looking at thier purchase of a PSU , over a desk, ( ok well 4), happily handing thier cash over to order without a second glance. Seeing them walk back into the store a few days later with the same product they ordered. When I go get a PC part such as RAM , I always ask to see the product up close , like when I got a 550 EVO labs psu, Ordered it to my house then I realized when i opened to install the psu. Thier was'nt enough molex and had to wait a week because I was going to my Uncles house.... Thier could be small print like thier was on the BOX and not mentioned when the assistant was trying to sell it to you. It could easily say on a box up to 4 PCI-E connectors , then say on the back in small print , depending on model number.... 3. Brands , Just because you got a brand new Jeantech PSU (rubbish) commonly found in PC world does'nt mean it's brill. IT could easily fail in a number of months, so I suggest you look up and review your preposed purchase. Well that's my advice after all my experience . MERRY X-MAS!