Well I've just spent the last couple of months pulling my hair out as after moving the system from the bench into the case, it wouldn't work anymore. I'm on my third motherboard now and even with that, the CPU and PSU fan would come on for a couple of seconds and then stop.
Turns out the OCZ PSU is faulty as I tested with my Antec PSU and the CPU fan stays on with that, so it must have gone bad between moving the system from the bench into the case. I did test the OCZ PSU on another system a few weeks ago and that stayed on but perhaps that draws different loads from different lines that doesn't trigger the fault.
So I need to buy a new PSU, which is a pain in the a** after having spent £14 on a new fan for this one!
Can anyone recommend a fairly cheap, fairly quiet and most important, reliable, PSU? It doesn't need a lot of power as this system only uses on-board graphics, Athlon II X4 630, 8GB RAM, 2 HDDs, 2 ODDs, 1 PCI TV Tuner (Hauppauge Nova-T 500), no overclocking, although I want enough headroom to add a cheap, low-power graphics card (something like a 4670) in future maybe (unlikely but best to allow for it anyway).
EDIT: Just to clarify, when I say reliable I mean not only electrically but that it has a decent fan that's not going to fail in under a year, like the OCZ one did (Yate Loon D14SM-12). A couple of PSUs I've seen from a quick look that are in the sort of price range I want to aim for (<£40) are the Corsair CX430 http://www.cclonline.com/product/86909/ ... t/PSU0385/
and the Antec VP-350P 350W http://www.cclonline.com/product/80267/ ... t/PSU0333/
if anyone knows anything about them.