I'm thinking of upgrading my 5 year old pc - although it is running fine and I am perfectly happy with it. (i5 4460, 8gb ram). I'm looking at i5 8600, nvme m.2 and 16gb and will need to replace my current cpu and motherboard. The cost is reasonable but I'm now wondering whether it is actually worth it. Most/all of the benefits of m.2 nvme documented are related to Gamers - I have seen nothing relating to non gamers (e.g. the great benefit in loading games speed). I do some occasional very basic video editing and do not really need any more performance. I need to somehow, as a non-gamer moderate/light user, have a realist expectation of what difference I'm going to experience. I'm thinking I would see no actual difference in usage/performance. I would have the satisfaction of having a modern ultra fast platform but maybe would see no difference in terms of actually using the pc. (My main day-to-day OS is linux).