The CPU you've picked is a laptop CPU, it will not even fit in a desktop LGA1151 socket. Even if it fit an LGA1151 socket there would be no point to it at all, just go for a 6700 or a 6700K.
You do not need 128GB of RAM, you simply do not need it. I have no idea why you think you'd need it, but you don't. As for the HDD, why would you go for a 10800 RPM drive instead of simply just an SSD and one or more (7200 RPM) HDD's? That would be far better than a single overpriced 4TB 10800 RPM drive.
What you've listed here is not a motherboard, it's a chipset.
There is no real point in getting a Titan X, as far as gaming goes a 980ti would perform about the same.
1200W is very unspecific, not to mention completely overkill for anything like this. You will not need a PSU with such a high wattage for a build similar to this, at all.
Besides, what even is your question? I'm guessing you've used Google Translate here but it has rendered the part where you are actually asking the question practically nonsensical. I have no idea what you are asking, I can only assume you want to know how well it will do in those things, in which case I can tell you that it won't do well, because it wouldn't work.
Uh he said he does Photoshop and Movie Making, and I frequently cap my memory while doing one or the other. I have 16GB.
For any intensive projects that are a bit more involved than my normal stuff, I run my work on some home servers my friends have that have 256GB of memory and a way better CPU than I have.