Are my computer components compatible?

Hello, I've had the idea to do a PC-build for a long time, so I looked up all the components and till so far I think they are all compatible. But still, this is my first build so I can't be sure about it, I hope that someone can tell me for sure.
These are the components and their vendor codes and the urls from where I found them:

- Western Digital 3.5" SATA3 500GB Caviar Blue - WD5000AAKX -
- Sharkoon T28 green edition - TQXS76 -
- Gigabyte AM3+ GA-990FXA-UD3 - GA-990FXA-UD3 -
- AMD Phenom II X4 965 - HDZ965FBGMBOX -
- Kingston DDR3 1333Mhz 4GB - KVR1333D3N9/4G -
- Gainward nvidia GTX550 Ti 1GB CUDA - ENGTX550 -
- Cooler Master GX 650WATT - RS650-ACAAE3-EU -

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  1. I'm never compatible with nVidia, absolute trash and waste of money. :-p
    I'd go with 1600mhz ram, upgrading to faster ram later will mean you trash the 1333mhz. As long as you match stock voltage between ram and MB, you should be OK, for that board 1.5V is the requirement.
    I would go the way of FX-8150 or FX-8350, but depends how much they charge you in EU.
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