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SSD are great! But consider the costs per MB and the remaining life of your system. Apple's newer OS's won't run on your system (macOS Sierra 10.12.x or subsequent versions), the highest it can run is El Capitan 10.11.x.
 
If you are planning on going with a small SSD then it makemakes more sense than getting the more expensive larger units given the age of your system. You might want to take a 1/2 step here going with a hybrid SSHD drive like Seagate's [https://www.seagate.com/www-content/product-content/firecuda-family/firecuda/files/firecuda-ds-1903-1-1606us.pdf|FireCuda] It offers the speed of a SSD (cache) you're looking for here and yet has the depth of a traditional HD.
If you are planning on going with a small SSD then it makemakes more sense than getting the more expensive larger units given the age of your system. You might want to take a 1/2 step here going with a hybrid SSHD drive like Seagate's [https://www.seagate.com/www-content/product-content/firecuda-family/firecuda/files/firecuda-ds-1903-1-1606us.pdf|FireCuda] It offers the speed of a SSD (cache) you're looking for here and yet has the depth of a traditional HD.
 
If you go with a SSD, yes you can get an adapter frame to support the smaller 2.5" SSD drive in the 3.5" HD bay. You'll need to transplant the thermal sensor over from the HD to the SSD.
 
As an alternative how about swapping out your optical drive for the SSD? That way you gain the benefits of getting the SSD as your boot drive for the speed and then leverage your current HD for the deeper storage. This way you also don't need to get a very large SSD (128 GB will do)
 
Here's the different IFIXIT guides:
 
* [guide|9028|iMac Intel 24" EMC 2267 Hard Drive Replacement]
* [guide|9070|Installing iMac Intel 24" EMC 2267 Dual Drive kit]
 
Here's one frame you could use: [https://eshop.macsales.com/item/OWC/SSD2535BKT/|OWC 2.5" to 3.5" Drive Adapter Bracket]

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Düzenleyen: Dan ,

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SSD are great! But consider the costs per MB and the remaining life of your system. Apple's newer OS's won't run on your system (macOS Sierra 10.12.x or subsequent versions), the highest it can run is El Capitan 10.11.x.
 
If you are planning on going with a small oneSSD then it make more sense than getting the more expensive biggerlarger units given the age of your system. You might want to take a 1/2 step here going with a hybrid SSHD drive like Seagate's [https://www.seagate.com/www-content/product-content/firecuda-family/firecuda/files/firecuda-ds-1903-1-1606us.pdf|FireCuda] It offers the speed of a SSD (cache) you're looking for here and yet has the depth of a traditional HD.
If you are planning on going with a small oneSSD then it make more sense than getting the more expensive biggerlarger units given the age of your system. You might want to take a 1/2 step here going with a hybrid SSHD drive like Seagate's [https://www.seagate.com/www-content/product-content/firecuda-family/firecuda/files/firecuda-ds-1903-1-1606us.pdf|FireCuda] It offers the speed of a SSD (cache) you're looking for here and yet has the depth of a traditional HD.
 
If you go with a SSD, yes you can get an adapter frame to support the smaller 2.5" SSD drive in the 3.5" HD bay. You'll need to transplant the thermal sensor over from the HD to the SSD.
 
As an alternative how about swapping out your optical drive for the SSD? That way you gain the benefits of getting the SSD as your boot drive for the speed and then leverage your current HD for the deeper storage. This way you also don't need to get a very large SSD (128 GB will do)
 
Here's the different IFIXIT guides:
 
* [guide|9028|iMac Intel 24" EMC 2267 Hard Drive Replacement]
* [guide|9070|Installing iMac Intel 24" EMC 2267 Dual Drive kit]
 
Here's one frame you could use: [https://eshop.macsales.com/item/OWC/SSD2535BKT/|OWC 2.5" to 3.5" Drive Adapter Bracket]

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Düzenleyen: Dan ,

Metin:

SSD are great! But consider the costs per MB and the remaining life of your system. Apple's newer OS's (it won't run macOSon your system (macOS Sierra 10.12.x or subsequent versions). Theversions), the highest it can run is El Capitan 10.11.x.
SSD are great! But consider the costs per MB and the remaining life of your system. Apple's newer OS's (it won't run macOSon your system (macOS Sierra 10.12.x or subsequent versions). Theversions), the highest it can run is El Capitan 10.11.x.
 
If you are planning on going with a small one then it make more sense than getting the more expensive bigger units given the age of your system. You might want to take a 1/2 step here going with a hybrid SSHD drive like Seagate's [https://www.seagate.com/www-content/product-content/firecuda-family/firecuda/files/firecuda-ds-1903-1-1606us.pdf|FireCuda] It offers the speed of a SSD (cache) you're looking for here and yet has the depth of a traditional HD.
 
If you go with a SSD, yes you can get an adapter frame to support the smaller 2.5" SSD drive in the 3.5" HD bay. You'll need to transplant the thermal sensor over from the HD to the SSD.
 
As an alternative how about swapping out your optical drive for the SSD? That way you gain the benefits of getting the SSD as your boot drive for the speed and then leverage your current HD for the deeper storage. This way you also don't need to get a very large SSD (128 GB will do)
 
Here's the different IFIXIT guides:
 
* [guide|9028|iMac Intel 24" EMC 2267 Hard Drive Replacement]
* [guide|9070|Installing iMac Intel 24" EMC 2267 Dual Drive kit]
 
Here's one frame you could use: [https://eshop.macsales.com/item/OWC/SSD2535BKT/|OWC 2.5" to 3.5" Drive Adapter Bracket]

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Düzenleyen: Dan ,

Metin:

SSD are great! But consider the costs per MB and the remaining life of your system. Apple's newer OS's,OS's (it won't run macOS Sierra 10.12.x or subsequent versions). The highest it can run is El Capitan 10.11.x.
SSD are great! But consider the costs per MB and the remaining life of your system. Apple's newer OS's,OS's (it won't run macOS Sierra 10.12.x or subsequent versions). The highest it can run is El Capitan 10.11.x.
 
If you are planning on going with a small one then it make more sense than getting the more expensive bigger units given the age of your system. You might want to take a 1/2 step here going with a hybrid SSHD drive like Seagate's [https://www.seagate.com/www-content/product-content/firecuda-family/firecuda/files/firecuda-ds-1903-1-1606us.pdf|FireCuda] It offers the speed of a SSD (cache) you're looking for here and yet has the depth of a traditional HD.
 
If you go with a SSD, yes you can get an adapter frame to support the smaller 2.5" SSD drive in the 3.5" HD bay. You'll need to transplant the thermal sensor over from the HD to the SSD.
 
As an alternative how about swapping out your optical drive for the SSD? That way you gain the benefits of getting the SSD as your boot drive for the speed and then leverage your current HD for the deeper storage. This way you also don't need to get a very large SSD (128 GB will do)
 
Here's the different IFIXIT guides:
 
* [guide|9028|iMac Intel 24" EMC 2267 Hard Drive Replacement]
* [guide|9070|Installing iMac Intel 24" EMC 2267 Dual Drive kit]
 
Here's one frame you could use: [https://eshop.macsales.com/item/OWC/SSD2535BKT/|OWC 2.5" to 3.5" Drive Adapter Bracket]

Durum:

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Düzenleyen: Dan ,

Metin:

SSD are great! But consider the costs per MB and the remaining life of your system. Apple's newer OS's, it(it won't run macOS Sierra (10.12.x)10.12.x or subsequent versionsversions). The highest it can run is El Capitan 10.11.x.
SSD are great! But consider the costs per MB and the remaining life of your system. Apple's newer OS's, it(it won't run macOS Sierra (10.12.x)10.12.x or subsequent versionsversions). The highest it can run is El Capitan 10.11.x.
 
If you are planning on going with a small one then it make more sense than getting the more expensive bigger units given the age of your system. You might want to take a 1/2 step here going with a hybrid SSHD drive like Seagate's [https://www.seagate.com/www-content/product-content/firecuda-family/firecuda/files/firecuda-ds-1903-1-1606us.pdf|FireCuda] It offers the speed of a SSD (cache) you're looking for here and yet has the depth of a traditional HD.
 
If you go with a SSD, yes you can get an adapter frame to support the smaller 2.5" SSD drive in the 3.5" HD bay. You'll need to transplant the thermal sensor over from the HD to the SSD.
 
As an alternative how about swapping out your optical drive for the SSD? That way you gain the benefits of getting the SSD as your boot drive for the speed and then leverage your current HD for the deeper storage. This way you also don't need to get a very large SSD (128 GB will do)
 
Here's the different IFIXIT guides:
 
* [guide|9028|iMac Intel 24" EMC 2267 Hard Drive Replacement]
* [guide|9070|Installing iMac Intel 24" EMC 2267 Dual Drive kit]
 
Here's one frame you could use: [https://eshop.macsales.com/item/OWC/SSD2535BKT/|OWC 2.5" to 3.5" Drive Adapter Bracket]

Durum:

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Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: Dan ,

Metin:

SSD are great! But consider the costs per MB and the remaining life of your system. Apple's newer OS's, it won't run macOS Sierra (10.12.x) or subsequent versions. The highest it can run is El Capitan 10.11.x.

If you are planning on going with a small one then it make more sense than getting the more expensive bigger units given the age of your system. You might want to take a 1/2 step here going with a hybrid SSHD drive like Seagate's [https://www.seagate.com/www-content/product-content/firecuda-family/firecuda/files/firecuda-ds-1903-1-1606us.pdf|FireCuda] It offers the speed of a SSD (cache) you're looking for here and yet has the depth of a traditional HD.

If you go with a SSD, yes you can get an adapter frame to support the smaller 2.5" SSD drive in the 3.5" HD bay. You'll need to transplant the thermal sensor over from the HD to the SSD.

As an alternative how about swapping out your optical drive for the SSD? That way you gain the benefits of getting the SSD as your boot drive for the speed and then leverage your current HD for the deeper storage. This way you also don't need to get a very large SSD (128 GB will do)

Here's the different IFIXIT guides:

* [guide|9028|iMac Intel 24" EMC 2267 Hard Drive Replacement]
* [guide|9070|Installing iMac Intel 24" EMC 2267 Dual Drive kit]

Here's one frame you could use: [https://eshop.macsales.com/item/OWC/SSD2535BKT/|OWC 2.5" to 3.5" Drive Adapter Bracket]

Durum:

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