Judge my used power supply please


May 9, 2012
Hello. I am building a new PC and have a very firm budget that is forcing me to reuse a few parts. I am trying to figure out if I can reuse my power supply for a while even if I would have to replace it in a year. I really can't justify spending over $100 on a quality psu and I'm not convinced a new budget psu is any better than my old one which is pretty good. So, I know what I want to do, but I don't have the technical knowledge to know if it is ok.

This is my power supply. It's been in use for maybe 4 years.

And my new build.
-560ti(or 660 if it releases soon)
-1 ssd. 1 or 2 hdd
-1 optical drive
-no overclock
-no sli/crossfire

So, what do you think? I know it won't last forever, but if it could last a bit and get replaced later when I have more money that would be great. To buy a new budget psu would mean giving up my new case, which I really don't want. And to buy a quality one would mean giving up probably the ssd, which I really really don't want because the hdds I would reuse already give me occasional disk errors.

Thanks for any input!