" My personal favorite when it comes to PSUs is PC Power & Cooling because their PSUs have the ability to supply higher wattage output than what they are rated (my PC P&C 750 watt PSU is able to produce a maximum of 910 watts and came with a five-year warranty)."
I just read somewhere on the net where the Antec 750 TruePower PSU I just ordered was recorded as producing just over 900 watts just like your description above.http://www.directron.com/tp750.html
This PSU should easily keep me up until the next stage which of course is a SATA III board with all the best gear installed on it.
I'm flying on the net right now with my pc playing an HD movie, my BIOS set back to default settings (AMD Phenom 3.2 IV) on hard drives spinning at 5400rpm but electronically I'm still bareboned which I feel is an example of my current PSU's degradation.
You know I can actually see the difference the proper electricity I am giving my system is having thru the HD movie I am watching. Watched part of it the other day but today right now, I can see a noticeable difference in quality.
I'm forced into this but maybe this will be the way I do things in the future. Instead of $1500+ every 3 years, I could go sub $2k every 5 years and don't forget that extra 2 years gives time for the next upgrade to mature. SATA III and it's gear has plenty of mistakes to make and 2 years is plenty of time to do it so when I finally come around to my next build, it won't be with a bunch of virgin SATA III stuff but SATA III gear that has been upgraded, tested and reviewed.