Apart from it being an absolutely terrible time to invest in Intel's top desktop enthusiast SKU, and very questionable re: the 2070, most of the rest of the stuff looks good, though you are generally paying a very significant premium on Intel SSDs over smaller brands. I'd go G.Skill 3200 CL14, since it's quite affordable and generally speaking higher bin than anything below their 4400Mhz kits. Mobo's fine, though I favour AsRock generally these days for their value for money. Seasonic PSU is excellent. Case is mainly a matter of preference, but possibly think about whether you'll want to add another radiator down the line?
Good mix of cooling stuff. Barrow fittings are only second to Bitspower. Heatkiller IV Pro are typically the top CPU coolers. HWL radiators are the best, but I'm not sure if you want the SR-2 over the GTX. I wouldn't go Noctua A-14. At 140mm the Noiseblocker e-Loop B14-PS (PWM 1200rpm max version) is better than anything Noctua do. Alternatively you could get the Noctua NF-A12x25 with 140mm adapters. I haven't used the EK-XRES 140 D5, but I did buy one and then not use it ... it felt incredibly cheap and poorly made relative to the high cost.