Yes, the wd black is another option depending on pricing. Oh well ryzen is fine for any gpu that is not high end like the 1080. Difference in fps is so small none can notice except for benchmarks. Issues start when you have a high end gpu and also a high refresh rate monitor. If you are on 60 Hz difference will be unnoticeable in most cases but still worth asking what he would like to play as my light might be different than his light.I know ADATA is rare in SouthEastern Europe and some parts of Asia , so I recommended the SSD that's easier to find, however there are good alternatives also. If you ask me, I would go with WD Black.
GPU will do just fine for gaming on medium/high settings on 1080p as most modern titles will hit 50+ FPS. Considering Ryzen is a little slower than Core, I think that the member's "light gaming" will be totally satisfied with this card.
PS I have never owned a ryzen so i am not talking from personal experience but from other people reviews.