Re: PSU or SSD
Thanks everyone for your replies, it seems it's pretty unanimous, I was hoping since it's been working for so long, I'd been lucky in the choosing a cheap psu stakes, I know it's an area I skimped on when building my computer and I was running out of funds, I just couldn't afford a good brand, this then left me with £50 for a graphics card, which I was stuck with for ages.
I will be going the psu route as soon as I can afford it, I've been looking at the Seasonic that Celery suggested, I noticed to get the same wattage as mine it's about £80 for bronze and just over £100 for gold, is there any justification in getting gold for the extra money, also, is 750w enough for future proofing, I believe 750w is probably way more than I need for my set up as it stands.
One thing that's now really annoying me, is every time I upgrade my computer, I was putting the old component upstairs so when I have enough components, I was going to build a computer to connect to the tv in my bedroom, to be fair I only have a graphics card so far, but I plan to either go intel or get an AM3+ board at some point, I was hoping to use this psu in the build for the bedroom eventually, I think I may have made a colossal mistake buying this psu!
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