I have a older PC with mostly SATA3 connections, and wondering how best to keep it chugging along with linux for a few more years.
4 x SATA3 ports 1 x PCI-E card for NVME (not bootable)
Motherboard is a z68 https://www.asus.com/Motherboards/P8Z68V_PROGEN3/
cpu is 2600K intel
I am aware the board likely cannot boot off the PCIE drive.. but how to do Setup a fresh install of drives and partitions so that I can perhaps have linux mostly all installed on the NVME drive (which is significantly faster)
If this doesn't work I might just buy 2 Sata based SSDS, run them in raid 0.. and give up.. but it would be great if there is a way on a fresh install of the OS to setup this way.
Target OS: Ubuntu 20.04 LTS 1 x SATA 3 : Set to Boot 1 X PCIE NVME : /root , /home