Description. SSD's need more free space than HD's to last longer. From $104.99 iMac Intel 17", 20", and 24" 2006 SSD Upgrade Bundle Kit Contents.
Once I get my new one I think I will still do the other option which is to switch out the optical drive for a smaller SSD and see how it does. While you talked about getting a 500 GB drive will it be large enough now that we know we need more free space on it? I should say I've not seen that many failures and we have quite a few Seagate SSHD's in service (both laptop & desktop systems).The last issue here is the cost for needed SSD. A iFixit vende peças e upgrades para seu MacBook Air ou MacBook Pro com guias de reparo gratuitos $104.99. Really, don't know why when think about it now...)Your answer was really helpful, thank you!•Hard Drive Interface: SATA II 3Gb/sModel A1225 / Early 2009 / 2.66, 2.93, or 3.06 GHz Core 2 Duo processorSo thats a bit more to chew on here. While you pointed out you have seen reports of problems with Seagate drives I can tell you most are related to older versions and all of the HD vendors have had their bumps (thats also true with the SSD makers as well). Buy. Part #: IF174-030-5. Repair your Mac yourself. Sadly, Apple won't be supporting this system in the next version of OS-X (MacOS Sierra).But then, I have quite a hard time finding if it would be compatible or not with my cpu (early 2009 IMac 24" 2,66 Ghz). The issue is making sure the drive you do get is able to run at this exact SATA I/O speed. iFixit sells parts and upgrades for your MacBook Air or MacBook Pro with free Fixit Guides I have a hard time getting rid of my Macs. 2 TB SATA Desktop Hard Drive; 1 TB SATA Desktop Hard Drive ... Lay your iMac front side down on a table with the lower edge facing yourself. Here's what I found :You should be fine here the SATA to FireWire case can handle a slower drive (downward compatible)If it really is impossible for me to go with that one, would you have any suggestions or good experiences with some other ssd that could be compatible with an old cpu like mine :) ?I would try to find an external FireWire 800 case 3.5" to put your current HD into (if thats possible, they are getting hard to find). Thank you again, for the honest comments about investment vs. age, and not just trying to sell upgrades.Yes, I think the SSHD is the best direction for you, if you want everything internal.I was looking more precisely for that one :Before you get into upgrading your drive you should think though the amount of space the drive needs to be. Crucial MX500 SSD. At least, my DRAM is at 8 go for as long as I can remember.I've look for the SSHD also because of the great compromise between performance and storage. My iMac has given me 10 great years but I think it’s time to make the investment for another one for the next 10 years. Réparez votre Mac vous-même.
But finally, I prefer to keep my OD just in case. Some sites I looked on seems to say it is (but only for the 128 go option) (macsales.com), some other seems to say that it is but only from mid-2010 27" IMac (macway.com)Thanks a lot for all the tips.
Kit Contents. Thanks for pointing out the fact that I'm limited to SATA 2. Repair with confidence! Upgrade the storage and improve boot time and read/write speed in your iMac Intel 21.5" Late 2012-Mid 2017 with this SSD upgrade bundle.Upgrade the storage and improve boot time and read/write speed in your iMac Intel 21.5" and 27" Mid 2011 with this SSD upgrade bundle.Upgrade the storage and improve boot time and read/write speed in your iMac Intel 27" Late 2012-Late 2015 with this SSD upgrade bundle.Please select your model above for upgrades and repair parts!Grab a toolkit for your iMac model and fix your broken computer!iFixit has you covered with parts, tools, and free repair guides. Part #: IF174-030-5. iFixit vend des pièces détachées et des mises à jour pour votre MacBook Air ou votre MacBook Pro avec des tutoriels iFixit gratuits
The G5 and Intel versions feature the best of both worlds, with an absurdly thin case with fast and powerful internal components.If you don't see the part you're looking for, just let us know. I laugh when you talked about the ED being on usb 2 or FW. Many (HD, SSHD or SSD) are fixed speed and may not be able to run in your system. Now that's what I call an answer...Haha! I recommend no less than 1/4 be left unused. Part #: IF174-030-5. I have gone through the different ifixit guide already and in fact, that's what made me consider keeping my old drive and condemn my optical drive so I could keep some storage with the original HD. Repare você mesmo o seu Mac.