I have been on a performance monitoring expedition. I constantly watch Resource Monitor now and notice that my Disk activity, never really goes much above 10MB/sec.
I have a Samsung PRO 850, which has a SATA capability of 6GB/sec. I have noticed the new Samsung PRO 960 drives don't have the same SATA interface and instead have a new NVMe interface and supposedly is the reasons it is Hugely faster than the 850*.
My question, is would this new interface actually help my regular disk activity?
How do i tell if my drive is being bottle necked?
I don't actually have NVMe capability on my current hardware, if I determined my disk was bottle necked, Would adding another SSD and selectively moving high impact files to the second SSD help?