A few things with your build to anyone that is reading it....
1. You should wait a bit more... ASUS for example has announced they will slash all prices on GPU's by approx 25%.
This means you can probably get it cheaper should you wait.
GPU prices have been trending down for the past several months, with some regions seeing the lowest prices since the start of 2021, and some lower-end models...
2. the 3080Ti is NOT worth it.
At that price id rather go team RED and get a 6900XT, as they are just as good / cheaper.
3. Since i am getting an AMD card, i would go with a AMD Ryzen System with SAM feature, possibly a 5900X or a 5800X3D (new chip) on a X570S platform (EVGA Dark series).
4. Since it seems you broke the wall called "Budget" i would get a Samsung 980PRO 1TB as main boot drive, and then grab 2 x 2TB SATA SSD's (can be whatever brand you want and yes QVO drives are even fine for this application here) put these guys on R0 (Raid-0) config in windows storage space, and set that up as a dedicated game drive, as games are getting stupidly bloated these days with the average size of a AAA title netting near 100GB EACH.
Not to mention each and every update on unreal engine requires the entire game to be patched.. yes... the ENTIRE game, that means 100GB rewrites on your drive each time a dev goes oops, i missed that code, so you want something a bit more disposable there, not to mention on R0, you spread the writes to 2 drives so technically each drive is only getting half the writes, on your limited write count.
As for the read speed in games, yes its slower, but not by that much. I am pretty sure you dont have better things to do with that 1-2 seconds (sometimes not even that much) you save at most in load up over a pure nVME vs R0-SSD, howerver having 4TB for pure game storage vs less then 1.3 TB if we factor OS and the fact you never should max a nVME more then 80%, you will be much more happy this route.
Lastly i am not a fan of ASUS.
I only like ASUS when its does not give me problems, but when it does, they have a Customer Service department equivalent monkeys reading scripts and not drifting from said script.
I even had the CSR go back to 1 and read the same line she read to me 10 min ago because i confused the hell out of her and she "started over".
Its that bad.
Not to mention i was even once denied an RMA because they said i broke something, when it was broken after they recieved it.
Lucky for me i had pictures included and 2 months fighting with reps, they said they would do a "good faith" on me... LOLz... no, they got caught that's plain and simple.
Lastly PLEASE and i say PLEASE do not cheap on the PSU.
Yes its a good PSU you selected, but honestly if your dropping 1200 dollars on a GPU, at least get a platinum or Titanium raited PSU, and at least a 1KW class or higher, as the 3080 / 6900 series has something really nasty called transient load spikes, which forced me and the GPU moderator to change PSU's as our systems would REBOOT each time we hit a transient spike on our 3090's