My current multi-function computer has a Phenom 11 x 4 955 BE cpu. I have dual optical drives, dual SSDs, one HDD, onboard multi card reader and 6 speed fan controller and 4 120mm fans and I've just added a GTX 1060 3Gb for entry level gaming and everything is running fine and the performance after fitting the new GPU has more than exceeded my expectations and I can comfortably play any game I've thrown at it so far. However I'm about to upgrade the CPU and mobo ( Ryzen 5 2600 based ) plus DDR 4 ram and I'll transfer the 1060 GPU to the new mobo in my existing Akasa Raptor gaming case and although my Be quiet L7 530w psu ( 2011 vintage) is still performing flawlessly, I've decided as a precaution because of its age, to fit a new PSU for peace of mind and install the old mobo etc along with the Be Quiet psu into another case as a backup computer. I'll not be upgrading the GPU any time soon nor adding anything demanding to what I already have installed so I don't need a huge ouput PSU and was looking at the one below which should more than meet my needs as my current 530w Be Quiet has no issues with the load from the current components and the Ryzen 5 2600 actually takes up less power than the old Phenom chip so the 550w Cougar should be adequate as it's slightly higher rated. https://www.overclockers.co.uk/cougar-gx-s-550w-80-plus-gold-power-supply-ca-02g-cu.html Any thoughts or suggestions of an alternative?