2019 Mac Pro display limitations - if using every Thunderbolt port to drive eGPUs?

The new 2019 Mac Pro features 12 Thunderbolt 3 ports.

I am not suggesting daisy-chaining Thunderbolt eGPU enclosures.

We would connect a Sonnet expansion chassis to each of the 12 Thunderbolt ports.
We will daisy-chain a Thunderbolt display to 8 of the 12 eGPU enclosures.

12 eGPUs each capable of driving 3 8K displays with resolutions of  7680 x 4320 at 60 Hz and one 4K display with a resolution of 4096 x 2304 at 60 Hz.

2 Radeon Pro VEGA II Duo MPX Modules each capable of driving 4 Pro Display XDRs or 6K displays with resolutions of  6016 x 3384 at 60 Hz.

Radeon Pro VEGA II Duo MPX:
4 x 6016 x 3384 = 81,432,576

Radeon VII eGPU:
3 x 7680 x 4320 = 99,532,800
1 x 4096 x 2304 = 9,437,184

( 2 x 81,432,576 ) + ( 12 x 99,532,800 ) + ( 12 x 9,437,184 ) = 1,470,504,960 pixels