Building new Australian budget PC - are these parts compatible?

Hello everyone, I've been researching about building a computer for a couple of weeks now. I was originally going to buy one off eBay, however after some research it seems like a silly decision as they fail to mention the brand of PSU or RAM.(So on top of this I'd probably have to fork out extra money for a better PSU.) I have come up with a build from PCCaseGear, this computer will be used for Gaming (BF 4, specifically for now) , but also video editing/recording/rendering. The build is as follows (Not looking to go far over $800) -
[]PC Case Gear - Shared Shopping Cart]
1 x []AMD FX-8320 8 Core Black Edition Processor - $189.00ea
1 x []Powercolor Radeon HD7870 GHz Edition OC 2GB - $219.00ea
1 x []Silverstone RL01 Redline Black USB 3.0 with Window - $55.00ea
1 x []Kingston ValueRAM KVR16N11S8K2/8 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3- $99.00ea
1 x []Corsair VS550 ATX Power Supply- $65.00ea
1 x []Western Digital WD Blue 1TB WD10EZEX - $69.00ea
1 x []Samsung SH-224DB 24x DVDRW OEM - $19.00ea
1 x []ASUS M5A78L-M LX V2 Motherboard - $69.00ea
Total: $784.00 (Any suggestions, are these parts compatible.)
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