Here is the system I'm building now:
I'm just missing the power supply... I have two NVME 2TB drives installed. I'm planning on setting up dual boot and have one boot Catalina and the other Windows 10.
I thought this would be relatively straight forward, but after some quick Googles, it seems a bit of a rabbit hole. The best solution seems to be disconnecting all drives but one and install each OS separately and then just selecting in the BIOS which to boot... But my NVME drives are under heat shields and under another shield from the motherboard... So a bit of a pain...
In this thread:
https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/dual ... es.256830/
Somebody suggests having a small SSD drive installed and set that as the boot drive in the BIOS with GRUB or Clover, etc. so it's separated from your OS drives.
I'd love suggestions on the "cleanest" or most "elegant" way to do this... Is it better to just deal with taking all the heat shields off the NVME drives and dealing with it? Or does this third drive solution seem better? Is there another better solution?
Thanks for your input!