Building the ultimate gaming/workstation.

I'm trying to build a new pc. I'm new to the market but I need a computer that can handle games as fast as possible and also edit video. These are the parts I am planning on using. Are there any better parts that I should exchange? Are these parts compatible? Please let me know.

CPU: Intel Core i9-9980XE Extreme Edition
Heatsink: Hydro Series H150i PRO RGB
GPU: 2 x RTX Titan with NVLINK
MEMORY: 4 x G.Skill Trident Z Royal F4-4800C18D/ $499.99
SSD: 4 x Corsair Force MP510 1920GB
SSD: Intel Optane 905P U.2
HDD: 6 x Seagate FireCuda 2Tb 7200 RPM
PSU: CORSAIR AX1600i CP-9020087-NA 1600W ATX 80
CASE: Corsair Crystal Series 570X RGB / $199.54
SOUND CARD: ASUS Essence STX II / $259.99

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Clarification Request
Why does this look like this video?

My comments. No one I know buys Seagate drives today. The sound card is rarely used today as the onboard sound is fine and for 5.1 or such you just used the HDMI feed.
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You can make your build as powerful and complex as you want.
Your the one that has to maintain the rig.
Perhaps start small and build up.

1-ssd for the OS and apps.
1-hdd for storage.
1-kit of ram.

Once you get the bugs worked out and any adjustments made you can then start running your apps and monitoring.

When a weak area is found you bump it up a notch and go back and test.

Optane/disk cache is nice if what you want is in the cache.
If it's not in the cache then your off to the disk to get the data.
Generally it's used in a hdd only system.

Shop for a different brand of hdd.

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