Based on the spec of your failed PSU you need an ATX PSU with a minimum 400w output & these connectors:-
1 x 20/24-pin ATX Connector
1 x 4-pin P4 Connector
1 x Floppy Connector
4 x Molex IDE Connector
2 x SATA Connector
1 x 6+2-pin PCI Express Connector
(unless any of these connectors were unused)
I do not regard Jeantech as being high quality PSU's & have never heard of "Evo Labs". There are many cheap PSU's that would meet your requirements, but cheap PSU's are cheap for a reason & it is always recommended that you use a better quality PSU - brands such as Seasonic, Antec, & possibly Corsair come to mind.
I was recently looking for a reasonably priced PSU for a "spare" machine & purchased one of these:-
It has only 3 of the 4 pin Molex connectors used on older IDE hard & optical drives, but has all the other connectors you currently have + additional SATA power connectors. If you did need a fourth Molex connector then you can get SATA to Molex power adaptors for a couple of quid. It was the cheapest thing that I was reasonably happy to buy. (I assume that you're looking for a UK/European spec PSU)
Edited by rqt, 31 October 2015 - 05:37 PM.