1. Open Rufus and choose the Select Button
2. Locate and Select the Ubuntu ISO.
3. Choose the Correct USB Drive from the Drop Down Menu
4. If You are like me, and you install your OS' In UEFI mode (not Legacy MBR) then you are going to want to select GPT
5. Then You want to click Start.
6. It will give you a warning about destroying the data on the USB Drive, as long as you are sure you selected the correct USB, then you are good to hit OK. It also is going to have a pop up saying it can run in either DD Image or ISO Mode, select ISO Mode.
After this it will deploy the Image to your USB. Once its done you can restart, if you are on an ASUS mobo (If I remember correctly you are) keep hitting F8 at boot (If you aren't on Asus then you need to hit which ever key your Board Manufacturer has chosen to bring you to the "Boot Menu"). This will bring you to a menu where you can choose which drive to Boot To, choose the USB Flash Drive, make sure its in UEFI mode, and not Legacy (If you have CSM enabled on your board you will have an option for both Legacy and UEFI, just choose the one with UEFI in its Name)
Then you will be Brought to a screen that looks like this:
Choose the Try Ubuntu, and it will Boot up to Ubuntu. Once in Ubuntu if you want to install it to one of your spare SSD's there is a Desktop Icon to do just that.
Bonus) If you run into the same situation I did, instead of booting when choosing "Try Ubuntu", you will see text come on screen for 2 seconds, then it will go to a black screen, and sit there and do nothing. If this happens to you, you will need to restart and follow these directions. (I actually had to get up and hit my reset button Twice, because the PC was completely frozen).
1) After choosing the Ubuntu Boot Drive from the Boot Menu, you will be at the screen where "Try Ubuntu" is the first option. Hit the "E" key while highlighting this option. This will allow you to edit the Boot Parameters. Use the Arrow keys on your keyboard to bring the text curser to the words that say "Quiet Splash" Like in the Picture Below.
2) Delete the Words "Quiet" and "Splash", and replace them with one word "nomodeset". Make sure there is exactly one space between nomodeset and 1 space after nomodeset, for instance this means that the word "ro" before Nomodeset, has one space after it, then Nomodeset has one space after it before the next command. It will look like this:
3) Once you have replaced "Quiet Splash" with "Nomodeset" simple hit the "F10" key on your keyboard, and Ubuntu will magically start booting, and before you know it you will be sitting at the Ubuntu Desktop.
Keep in mind that the reason you booted to a black screen before this, was because Ubuntu didn't have a graphics driver for your graphics card. That means Ubuntu is going to look like s**t with a messed up resolution. You can go to Software Update in the Application Dock, Click on the Drivers tab, and install your Graphics Drivers from there to fix this issue. Also if you decide to install Ubuntu From the Desktop Icon, it will automatically install your Graphics Drivers to that installation for you! Hope this Helps!