You should have enough cables. That PSU has two SATA power cables with three SATA power connectors on each cable. You need one SATA power connector each for the DVD/CD drive, the HDD, and the SSD (unless you are runnung legcy equipment that use four pin Molex connectors) so you have plenty of cables/connectors.
It has one peripheral cable that has 4 four pin Molex connectors and a floppy connector on the end. Each one of the Molex connectors can be used to run a case fan (the MOBO also often has ports for running the fans that are often speed controlled according to temperature). You will probably need adapters to go from three or four pin fan connectors to the Molex connectors (some fans have Molex connectors instead of three or four pin connectors). If you are running legacy drives that use Molex power connectors, you can use a "Y" adapter to power two devices from one Molex connector. You will not need the floppy connector unless using a legacy drive that needs one.
The PSU has both a 24 pin MOBO connector that can be split to work with a 20 pin socket, if needed, and an eight pin ATX connector that also can be split in case the MOBO uses a four pin connector.
Edit: I was watching TV while writing this so Rick posted before I finished.