So recently I bought a new SSD, with 3.5 GB/s read, and 2.5 GB/s write, sadly since my motherboard and processor isn't new, they can only use about 60% of that, but it's still way faster then my older SSD. But there is another problem with it too, I can't boot from it. It doesn't show up in BIOS at all, so what I have done is to split my older SSD into two partitions, one for Linux, the other for Windows. Then I have moved the User and Program Files folders into the new SSD, since those folders aren't used while the computer boots.
When I say that I moved the User and Program Files folders to the new SSD, I mean they are completely gone from the C drive, I made so the C:\Program Files\ folder really is E:\Program Files\ so even if a program think it's installed in C: it's really installed on E: and after a few small issues with the setup, it have worked flawlessly for the past week.