Hey NatPc, I can't imagine why you would need 16GB of RAM for any current programs unless you are using a CPU/RAM/GPU gobbling video/animation program. Also, only 3 of the above links worked for me. It could just be me. Below is a link to the physical memory limits of the different Windows Operating Systems. All 32-bit programs have a maximum of 4GB usable in Windows 7:
Physical Memory Limit
Be sure to get a compatible RAM clock speed for your motherboard to avoid issues. If you get an unsupported clock speed, bad things happen.
Go to the above link and scroll down to "memory standard" to view compatible clock speeds. Note that the ones listed may not be the only ones supported. There may have been BIOS updates since then that allow others. You should be able to call the Memory manufacturer for more information. The motherboard manufacturers usually point you to the memory companies, anyway. I can personally vouch for G. Skill customer service/tech support. They are excellent.
I have never seen or read anything about that power supply. I searched for it and found it. It seems like a waste for a power supply to have shiny lights. That is opinion, though. My electric bill is enough without my PSU looking good. I urge you to be cautious about cool looking hardware. If something looks really cool AND is really cheap, maybe the manufacturer is hiding something...a fault or defect inherent in the product's design.
As far as the rest of the build, I have doubts about the APU. EVERYTHING these days relies more and more on GPU power. I'd suggest a GPU with a little more power. You said you might use it for gaming, so I recommend preparing for the future with at least something in the top tier of the mid-grade cards. Can you fix the broken links and give us an estimate of what you have been able to find the build for price wise, what your budget is at the moment, and what the most important components are to you? That will help the process a lot.
One final note: Use the SSD as a boot drive and get a second massive HDD for storage. My music and video alone is almost 60GB. I can't see how that will last for too long as disk memory requirements continue to rise. I promise I won't edit the post, anymore.