|"I don't know where your getting the prices but that crosair PSU was the same price as the one I chose (But still a higher wattage so thank you)"|
Some items have rebates, some have $5 promotion codes, & the RAM has a 10% off code. Check the links again.
EDIT: I went back to my other response & added the rebate & coupon info.
Why did you choose the Athena PSU in the 1st place? It's an SFX PSU with special plugs common to HP, Dell, & eMachines. You're going to use a non-OEM motherboard so those extra plugs will be useless. Are you using an OEM case? Double check the dimensions to make sure you buy the right type/size PSU. A micro ATX case is generally called that due to the size of the motherboard it accepts, not the PSU, although some may require a mATX PSU as well.
PSU Dimensions: http://www.evercase.co.uk/PowerSupp...
The fact that you're focused on wattage tells me that you're probably not too familiar with PSU specs & what to look for. Amperage should be the primary concern, especially on the SINGLE +12v rail. The +12v should have over 30A (higher is generally better) & the +3.3v & +5v rails should only have about 20-25A each. The other things I mentioned to look for is the single large cooling fan, 80% plus efficiency rating, & active PFC. For your build you could easily get by with the Corsair 430W (even if you add a video card), it's generally on sale for about $20-25 after rebate. The $20 TigerDirect sale recently ended so it will probably pop up at newegg again soon. Most Corsair PSUs are made by either Channel Well or Seasonic so they're top quality units. FYI, Corsair doesn't manufacture PSUs (neither does Antec).
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