The humble power supply may be one the least glamorous components of a PC, yet it also serves as one of the most important, and a good-quality supply can live long enough to be passed on to subsequent builds.
Pricing for brand-name units tends to range from £40 to £400, so there's no shortage of choice, and these days the look of the supply and the quality of its cabling can appeal to users wanting to keep things tidy.
We review our fair share of PSUs, yet we're curious to know what type of units are popular among our readers. For this week's question, we're asking: which power supply is in your main PC? Let us know using the comments facility below, and feel free to share any pros and cons you can think of.