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Your MacBook only has a 6.0 Gbps AHCI interface for the SSD so the issue of PCIe lanes is moot as you can't leverage more than 2 lanes. If you had a newer 2015 model, it supports a 8.0 GT/s NVMe PCIe x4.
-You can't alter the size of your SSD. Think of it like a liter bottle you can only put into it a liters worth of liquid. Unless you altered the original partition setup: two partitions - Recovery (very small) & the active one theres nothing you can increase.
+You can't alter the size of your SSD. Think of it like a liter bottle you can only put into it a liters worth of liquid. Unless you altered the original partition setup: two partitions - Recovery (very small) & the active one, theres nothing you can increase.
As to moving your stuff to a larger drive: Sure very easy! You don't want to use a cloning app. You want to use Apples Migration Assistant. Here's how you'll do it once you get the SSD and the SSD case to hold your old drive: [https://www.lifewire.com/os-x-yosemite-migration-assistant-transfer-data-2259933|Your Guide to the OS X Yosemite Migration Assistant] This guide is the same for all of the OS's. This one gets into using an external drive (Apples guide doesn't)
Here's the two 3rd party SSD's that will work in your system:
* [https://eshop.macsales.com/shop/ssd/owc/macbook-air/2012|OWC - Aura Pro 6G for MacBook Air 11" & 13" 2012]
* [https://us.transcend-info.com/Products/No-625|Transcend - JetDrive 520 for MacBook Air 11" & 13" 2012]

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Düzenleyen: Dan ,

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-Your MacBook only has a 6.0 Gbps SATA interface for the SSD so the issue of PCIe lanes is moot as you can't leverage more than 2 lanes. If you had a newer 2015 model, it supports a 8.0 GT/s NVMe PCIe x4.
+Your MacBook only has a 6.0 Gbps AHCI interface for the SSD so the issue of PCIe lanes is moot as you can't leverage more than 2 lanes. If you had a newer 2015 model, it supports a 8.0 GT/s NVMe PCIe x4.
You can't alter the size of your SSD. Think of it like a liter bottle you can only put into it a liters worth of liquid. Unless you altered the original partition setup: two partitions - Recovery (very small) & the active one theres nothing you can increase.
As to moving your stuff to a larger drive: Sure very easy! You don't want to use a cloning app. You want to use Apples Migration Assistant. Here's how you'll do it once you get the SSD and the SSD case to hold your old drive: [https://www.lifewire.com/os-x-yosemite-migration-assistant-transfer-data-2259933|Your Guide to the OS X Yosemite Migration Assistant] This guide is the same for all of the OS's. This one gets into using an external drive (Apples guide doesn't)
Here's the two 3rd party SSD's that will work in your system:
* [https://eshop.macsales.com/shop/ssd/owc/macbook-air/2012|OWC - Aura Pro 6G for MacBook Air 11" & 13" 2012]
* [https://us.transcend-info.com/Products/No-625|Transcend - JetDrive 520 for MacBook Air 11" & 13" 2012]

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Düzenleyen: Dan ,

Metin:

Your MacBook only has a 6.0 Gbps SATA interface for the SSD so the issue of PCIe lanes is moot as you can't leverage more than 2 lanes. If you had a newer 2015 model, it supports a 8.0 GT/s NVMe PCIe x4.
You can't alter the size of your SSD. Think of it like a liter bottle you can only put into it a liters worth of liquid. Unless you altered the original partition setup: two partitions - Recovery (very small) & the active one theres nothing you can increase.
-As to moving your stuff to a larger drive: Sure very easy! You don't want to use a cloning app. You want to use Apples Migration Assistant. Here's how you'll do it once you get the SSD and the SSD case to hold your old drive: [https://www.lifewire.com/os-x-yosemite-migration-assistant-transfer-data-2259933|Your Guide to the OS X Yosemite Migration Assistant]
+As to moving your stuff to a larger drive: Sure very easy! You don't want to use a cloning app. You want to use Apples Migration Assistant. Here's how you'll do it once you get the SSD and the SSD case to hold your old drive: [https://www.lifewire.com/os-x-yosemite-migration-assistant-transfer-data-2259933|Your Guide to the OS X Yosemite Migration Assistant] This guide is the same for all of the OS's. This one gets into using an external drive (Apples guide doesn't)
Here's the two 3rd party SSD's that will work in your system:
* [https://eshop.macsales.com/shop/ssd/owc/macbook-air/2012|OWC - Aura Pro 6G for MacBook Air 11" & 13" 2012]
* [https://us.transcend-info.com/Products/No-625|Transcend - JetDrive 520 for MacBook Air 11" & 13" 2012]

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Düzenleyen: Dan ,

Metin:

Your MacBook only has a 6.0 Gbps SATA interface for the SSD so the issue of PCIe lanes is moot as you can't leverage more than 2 lanes. If you had a newer 2015 model, it supports a 8.0 GT/s NVMe PCIe x4.
You can't alter the size of your SSD. Think of it like a liter bottle you can only put into it a liters worth of liquid. Unless you altered the original partition setup: two partitions - Recovery (very small) & the active one theres nothing you can increase.
-As to moving your stuff to a larger drive: Sure very easy! You don't want to use a cloning app. You want to use Apples Migration Assistant.
+As to moving your stuff to a larger drive: Sure very easy! You don't want to use a cloning app. You want to use Apples Migration Assistant. Here's how you'll do it once you get the SSD and the SSD case to hold your old drive: [https://www.lifewire.com/os-x-yosemite-migration-assistant-transfer-data-2259933|Your Guide to the OS X Yosemite Migration Assistant]
Here's the two 3rd party SSD's that will work in your system:
* [https://eshop.macsales.com/shop/ssd/owc/macbook-air/2012|OWC - Aura Pro 6G for MacBook Air 11" & 13" 2012]
* [https://us.transcend-info.com/Products/No-625|Transcend - JetDrive 520 for MacBook Air 11" & 13" 2012]

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Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: Dan ,

Metin:

Your MacBook only has a 6.0 Gbps SATA interface for the SSD so the issue of PCIe lanes is moot as you can't leverage more than 2 lanes. If you had a newer 2015 model, it supports a 8.0 GT/s NVMe PCIe x4.

You can't alter the size of your SSD. Think of it like a liter bottle you can only put into it a liters worth of liquid. Unless you altered the original partition setup: two partitions - Recovery (very small) & the active one theres nothing you can increase.

As to moving your stuff to a larger drive: Sure very easy! You don't want to use a cloning app. You want to use Apples Migration Assistant.

Here's the two 3rd party SSD's that will work in your system:

* [https://eshop.macsales.com/shop/ssd/owc/macbook-air/2012|OWC - Aura Pro 6G for MacBook Air 11" & 13" 2012]
* [https://us.transcend-info.com/Products/No-625|Transcend - JetDrive 520 for MacBook Air 11" & 13" 2012]

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