So I unintentionally installed two gen4 PCI-E NVME drives on the two M.2 sockets dedicated to the chipset instead of the two sockets dedicated to the CPU on my TRX40 Aorus Xtreme. Unfortunately I have also since installed Arch Linux in raid 0 configuration on these drives.
Would such a configuration have better performance on the other sockets using CPU? I think I remember Wendell saying he tested speed on the X570 Aorus Xtreme with minimal loss in performance (but that is a bit different because only one of the sockets is dedicated to chipset on that board) but i am just checking for any further experience. Follow up question would be, how difficult would it be to reconfigure
lvm to work after changing where the disks are installed? Or is back up and starting over the best option? I would be too against changing and testing the difference myself.