It seems to me that for the topic creator's budget and needs the CX750M would actually be the best fit. It is in his budget. It is backed by Corsair's great warranty. And it is a quality unit. From the research I've read it is actually the same unit as the TX750M, but they just used weaker caps on the secondary rails, and hence rate the 3.3v and 5v rails slightly lower than the TX750M. But since nothing really uses those rails, it doesn't really matter. The caps are still Japanese made though, so it isn't like they are putting some made in china shit caps in there. @m1dg3t: My CX400 died in 2011, likely due to a brown out killing it. At that time Corsair replaced it with a CX430. It powered a C2D@4GHz and a GTX 460 for a year, then I rebuilt my computer and the CX430 continued to power my FX-6300@4GHz and GTX 660 Ti for another year until I finally upgraded to the CX750M to prepare for a second video card. The CX430 is still working perfectly in my bro's rig with my old GTX 460 and i5 firstname.lastname@example.orgGHz. Also, all these rigs fold 24/7. The CX430 has never even hiccuped.