Okay, the links work now. Thanks. Note you can verify the motherboard supports your CPU and RAM by looking at the QVLs - qualified vendors lists - on your motherboard's specs page
. You must buy a CPU from the list but there are too many RAM makers and model for ASUS to test them all - so you must buy RAM with the same specs.
the drive ill be using is from an old computer that i tore apart
Did you mean DVD drive here? If you are transferring a hard drive from another computer and that HD has Windows installed, it is most likely that is not legal. And besides, Windows configured for an old motherboard/system has a good chance of choking when it suddenly encounters a bunch of new hardware devices it is not configured for. If you have a new Windows disk, or a full "Retail" version (it does not say those things I posted above) and you are installing Windows fresh, then no problem.
Note that hard drive you listed is pretty much an antique. Your motherboard supports 6 SATA 3.0 drives which is a much faster interface and most newer SATA drives typically come with 32mb or more buffer.
You are also trying to cut corners and cost with that power supply. You don't dump generic gas from the local Tobacco Hut down your new sports car and expect it to run fine. Even if you did, a car engine can miss a beat and keep running. Not so with high-speed digital electronics. Raidmax does not have a good reputation for quality PSUs. I recommend Corsair or Antec and any PSU you get should be 80 Plus Certified