Building my 2nd pc! alone.

Well hello there!

Two months ago i decided to build my own gaming pc this summer, so here is the specs along the link!

Intel Core i3-2120 Processor (3M Cache, 3.30 GHz) CPU,
ASRock B75M Motherboard,
Seagate 1TB HDD Hard drive,

Corsair 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 1600MHz CMZ8GX3M2A1600C9 RAM,

TwinMOS 550W Power Supply Xpower with 12CM Cooling Fan Power supply,

Cooler Master Case K280 (RC-K280-KKN1) as my case.

The problem is i'm worried that my build won't work. because I'm not sure if the ram can work with the motherboard. I've went to the motherboard site and checked if it can support my ram but i couldn't find it! however there is a note saying that not all ram has been tested, so i'm worried if it could work or not! if not i can change to another ram but it support the cpu i've chosen which is good, and i'm not sure if it could handle SAPPHIRE HD 7850 2GB DDR5! i mean it's like gtx 660 for me! also i'm worried about the power supply because it was super cheap for like $18!. also last time i've build my brother computer there were no no monitor signal! black screen but the pc was ok, i've removed the gpu there were no signal, i've changed monitor still not working so i'm worried if that could happend to me! i mean if i bough all these stuff and it didn't work i'd go nuts! i've saving my money at the beginning of the year! so please help me and leave me any suggestion! and I'm not wasting more than 2000 AED excluding power supply and the HDD! 3.6 AED = $1! or just count it as a point 1 AED = 1 point I'm gonna post link so you could suggest me! and thank you for your time!
I will only use these two site to buy!
Graphic Card : and

RAM : and

Power Supply : and

CPU : and

The reason i only use these site because i can pay by "CASH" so no i don't use credit card, visa or paypal

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  1. Your original memory will work just fine in the motherboard. In fact, I see no reason to change your original configuration from a compatibility standpoint. I would recommend that you get a better PSU, I recommend Corsair and Seasonic PSUs.
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