When using the device, I found it to be less performant than I had expected. I did not investigate the causes, as my requirements were only for storage. However, when using the device to build kernels, I found it to be too slow.
I decided to update the kernel in hopes of improving performance. Manjaro ships with a fairly new kernel (5.19), but I hoped that version 6.1 would have a positive impact on performance. The Rockchip 3566 and the Quartz64 board have most of the drivers already upstream, so I did not spend time collecting files from a BSP and instead moved forward to build a new kernel.
To do this, I used the configuration that Manjaro used to build their kernel as a base. However, once the kernel was newly built, the SATA stopped working.
After investigating the kernel log, I found that the issue began with a commit that removed compatibility for the DWC AHCI SATA driver with Synopsys AHCI SATA devices. I then noticed that the SATA controller for the Quartz64 is compatible with Synopsys AHCI SATA drivers.
I applied a patch to restore the Quartz64's functionality as it was before. However, I then questioned why this change was made and concluded that perhaps the Manjaro team missed something.
I hypothesized that the presence of the SATA controller driver in the Manjaro kernel was not related to the onboard SATA controller on the Quartz64. To test this, I enabled the CONFIG_AHCI_DWC (Synopsys DWC AHCI SATA) support and found that the SATA subsystem not only performed better but also made the previous patch obsolete.