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I believe the EVO is what I used in my iMac at home, but it was a while ago and I honestly do not remember for certain. In my experience though you can replace an HDD with pretty much any SSD that meets your capacity requirements. Some have better specs than others, but ~any~ SSD is going to have alarmingly better performance than an HDD. I have totally revitalized three computers that would otherwise have been put out to pasture, by the simple act of replacing the hard drive with an SSD. Working on an iMac is a bit more daunting than many others, but following these instructions, and being very "Zen" about it, taking your time, having the tools and materials laid out and ready at hand, being focused and not rushed, should result in a great upgrade, and a computer better than new.
As with any technical project, especially for first-timers like me (first time opening up a "laptop" type of technology like the iMac), a key ingredient is reading through the instructions once or twice before opening up the machine. You want to position yourself mentally before you position yourself physically! The instructions are great, one or two maybe superfluous in some cases. But in the end I have a 2008 iMac 20" with a 250 GB SSD (Toshiba) that performs many routine tasks better than my new iMac at work. I'm really happy with the results! Well worth the small amount of money and effort required.
Bu gerçekleştiğinde, zaman içinde kazandıkları itibarı gösteren grafiği görüntüleyebileceksiniz.
Grafiğin nasıl görüneceğine dair bir ön izleme:
Henüz itibar kazanılmadı.