Actually, @Atomic_Subwave is both correct and not at the same time. What he said is true, however you might be able to run a NVMe SSD on that mobo via a PCIe expansion card with an M.2 port. However, you should have enough lanes (not taken by a GPU or a CPU) for that. Other than that, it would be best, to get in touch with the motherboard manufacturer's customer support, to see if the mobo supports NVMe at all and if it does, you should ask if you'd be able to boot from that drive, as there's not much use of a NVMe SSD as a secondary storage drive.
Hope that helps.