It's been making a high-pitched whistle for a couple of weeks now, and this evening it started popping up messages from the "NVidia System Sentinel" telling me that the card is receiving insufficient power through the supplemental power port. Shit. I figured 460W would be enough to run a PCI-Express card (really AGP, but with a converter chipset), three Raptors, and an Athlon XP 3000. I guess not. So...what should I buy? It doesn't need to support SLI and it would be nice if it had a 20+4 main connector instead of a 24-pin main connector, because my new(er) motherboard has crap in the way next to the power socket so I can't just stick a 24-pin power plug into it and let the last four pins hang off the edge like I used to. Whatever I buy, this PSU will stay in this computer -- I'm happy enough with this build that I'm not going to cannibalize it when I build a new machine, so there's no need for future-proof features. Just a 20+4 main connector, a couple of rails of Molex plugs, and a couple of SATA plugs will do fine. But I do want it to be durable.