Putting together a modest system that doesn't require a nuclear reactor to power up and sustain during gaming sessions? EVGA might have what you're looking for. The hardware player announced a couple of new power supplies -- a 500W model and a 430W model, both aimed at budget builders who aren't looking to spend all their holiday skrilla on a PSU, yet still want a name brand unit.
The 430W model retails for $35 direct from EVGA and the 500W model goes for $40. The two PSUs are both 80 Plus certified and utilize a single +12V rail design (34A on the 430W and 40A on the 500W). For $5 more, the 500W is arguably the better value and gives a bit more headroom to play with.
You don't get modular cables with either model, but they are sleeved, which helps with cable management and appearance. EVGA says the fan on both models runs "near silent," which we would expect at this power level.
The EVGA 430W and 500W PSUs are available to order now. Each one carries a 3-year warranty.