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Güncel sürümün sahibi: Phillip Hue ,

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-Mid 2012 macbook Air can use an M.2 SATA based drives (like the Samsung 860 EVO) with the help of a small $10 adapter that changes the SSD connector from apple's proprietary 7+17pin connector to the standard and PC-part friendly M.2 or mSATA (depending on which you choose).
+Mid 2012 macbook Air can use an M.2 SATA based drives (like the Samsung 860 EVO) with the help of a small $10 adapter that changes the SSD connector from apple's proprietary 7+17pin connector to the standard and PC-part friendly M.2 or mSATA (depending on which you choose). 1TB M.2 drive + adapter will be about $300 while 1TB OWC will be close to $600 (and less reliable in the long run)
-As long as you use either mSATA drives or SATA based M.2 drives with the proper mSATA or M.2 adapter then you'll be fine. M.2/mSATA drives cost 2X less than OWC/Transcend/Used Apple drives, and they are also much more reliable than OWC. Apple drives and transcend drives are made by a proper brand name while amongst the repair shop community OWC has a reputation of having unreliable drives and ram.
+As long as you use either mSATA drives or SATA based M.2 drives with the proper mSATA or M.2 adapter then you'll be fine. M.2/mSATA drives cost 2X less than OWC/Transcend/Used Apple drives, and they are also much more reliable than OWC. Apple drives and transcend drives are made by a proper brand name while amongst the repair shop community OWC has a reputation of having unreliable memory-based products. Even speaking from years of experience working for Apple Apthorized and non-Apple repair stores, its not uncommon for OWC drives to come back within a few months while the samsung 2.5" SSD's havent come back within years.
-do not use NVMe/PCIe based M.2 drives! these will not work with the machine. Use only SATA mades M.2 drives if you decide to go the M.2 way. for mSATA, just pick any compatible drives from a known brand and you'll be golden
+also, do not use NVMe/PCIe based M.2 drives in that macbook! these will not work with the machine since the macbook only spports SATA drives. Use only SATA M.2 drives if you decide to go the M.2 way. for mSATA, just pick any compatible drives from a known brand and you'll be golden. I recommend the Samsung 860 EVO in either M.2 or mSATA flavors. Works extremely well, gets great performance, and not very expensive.

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Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: Phillip Hue ,

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Mid 2012 macbook Air can use an M.2 SATA based drives (like the Samsung 860 EVO) with the help of a small $10 adapter that changes the SSD connector from apple's proprietary 7+17pin connector to the standard and PC-part friendly M.2 or mSATA (depending on which you choose).

As long as you use either mSATA drives or SATA based M.2 drives with the proper mSATA or M.2 adapter then you'll be fine. M.2/mSATA drives cost 2X less than OWC/Transcend/Used Apple drives, and they are also much more reliable than OWC. Apple drives and transcend drives are made by a proper brand name while amongst the repair shop community OWC has a reputation of having unreliable drives and ram.

do not use NVMe/PCIe based M.2 drives! these will not work with the machine. Use only SATA mades M.2 drives if you decide to go the M.2 way. for mSATA, just pick any compatible drives from a known brand and you'll be golden

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