You don’t have any where near enough CPU power to use all those SSD’s They will be idle and sad most of the time.
as Voodoo said you need only 1 or 2
(and your heat issue is a poor build or bad cooling solution)
The I suggest you install madmax, the install instructions are pretty easy on the github page.
Use 1 nvme as temp1, the other as temp2.
Just have to fill in you public farmer and pool keys and some basic options.
Try a plot and see what happens.
keys can be found by running the chia keys show command
go to the chia directory and open a terminal: ./chia keys show
If you are very new to Linux and to Chia, I would go bac to Windows,
The very small benefit to using Linux will be not worth the learning curve (imho) (if you are getting 100+ plots a day who cares if you can get 105 on Linux)
I would use Windows and Madmax CLI with some combo of UI to squeeze out extra plots without slowing down MM (much)
my current setup is basic indeed. I feel little need to tweak much more when I cant buy enough HDD space to keep it busy for more than a few days.
Then I also plot 1 on “C” and 2 more on the “D” NVME, from the GUI, on a 444 minute timer, wiht all the the:
CPU is always at 100%
C (root SSD)is around 40%
D (1TB nvme) is 100%
That also keeps the Exos drives maxed writing with the other systems that also plot in my network.
My bottleneck is actually the 1GB network (needs to be 10GBE)
I know I can hit well over 100 a day here, but again, with every purchase of 16TB drive only taking 2 days to fill, what is the hurry?