My power supply died. I think I found a replacement! Here is my question. The output specs on my dead power supply and on the new cheap replacement are identical. Here they are: Output: +5V 20A +3.3V 24A +5VSB 2.25A +12V 8A -12V 0.25A However, The INPUT spec on the replacement says: 120V 9A BUT...... my dead power supply's spec says: 120V 10A Okay so I'm dumb. I don't know if that matters at all that the new replacement power supply only says 9 amps. Is that a good thing (e.g. it only needs 9 amps to make whatever happen that my dead power supply needed 10 amps for?) Or is it a bad thing, like, uh-oh, 9 is less than 10, so I'm going to burn something out. Will it overheat my computer? How about my wall outlet? I am sorry this is such a dumb question. I just don't understand power supply fundamentals. I did read somewhere that the output volts and amps must match exactly. I just don't know if it is bad that the new replacement only says 9A when my dead power supply says 10 amps. Please help? Thank you.