I am working on a new desktop build and am trying to maximize both performance and stability. I have a RAID 5 array for my system volume that will have Windows installed on it and my data. I have a small RAID 0 array of NVME drives that I want to use as a swap drive.
Ideally I'd like to have both the pagefile and hibernation file on this drive, but I realize that the hibernation file needs to be on the bootable drive. My question is thus, is there a way to install Windows in a similar manner to a dual boot where the NVME array is the bootable partition, but only contains the bootloader, pagefile and hibernation file, with the rest of the OS actually being loaded from the RAID 5 array. This way, if the RAID 0 array fails, all I have to do is rebuild the bootloader and all is good to go again.