My motherboard doesn't support AHCI, is IDE mode + SATA 2 much slower for new SDD/HDD/SSHD?

My motherboard is Intel DG41TY and it does not support AHCI. How much would IDE mode + SATA 2 be slower comparing to ideal case AHCI+SATA 3? If it is much slower for SDD case, then would it be a good idea for me to get SSHDsince it is little bit more expensive than HDD but still can give me a good speed improvement even though not as good as SDD?
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  1. SATA II is perfectly sufficient for HDD. for an SSD, you'll bottle neck it to HDD speeds, thus making buying an SSD completely pointless.
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