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The CUDAFIRE should work just fine as your macOS hard drive in a non-fusion drive Mac . The interface is basically a SATA 3. As with most new drives out there, the drive is capable of much higher transfer speeds than the Mac interface can't handle so it dumbs down. The increase speed rates of transfer are basically due to a migration of Seagate technology's.
-I found a article that might be of interest:
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-[http://www.anandtech.com/show/10760/seagate-launches-firecuda-sshds-up-to-2-tb-smr-8-gb-of-nand|Seagate launches FireCuda SSHD: Up to 2 TB SMR, 8 gb of NAND]
+I found a article that might be of interest: [http://www.anandtech.com/show/10760/seagate-launches-firecuda-sshds-up-to-2-tb-smr-8-gb-of-nand|Seagate launches FireCuda SSHD: Up to 2 TB SMR, 8 gb of NAND]

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Bearbeitet von: Dan ,

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The CUDAFIRE should work just fine as your macOS hard drive in a non-fusion drive Mac . The interface is basically a SATA 3. As with most new drives out there, the drive is capable of much higher transfer speeds than the Mac interface can't handle so it dumbs down. The increase speed rates of transfer are basically due to a migration of Seagate technology's.
I found a article that might be of interest:
-I
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-http://www.anandtech.com/show/10760/seagate-launches-firecuda-sshds-up-to-2-tb-smr-8-gb-of-nand
+[http://www.anandtech.com/show/10760/seagate-launches-firecuda-sshds-up-to-2-tb-smr-8-gb-of-nand|Seagate launches FireCuda SSHD: Up to 2 TB SMR, 8 gb of NAND]

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Bearbeitet von: Ken ,

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-The CUDAFIRE should work just fine as your macOS hard drive in a non-fusion drive Mac . The interface is basically a SATA 3. As with most new drives out there, the drive is capable of much higher transfer speeds than the Mac interface can't handle so it dumbs down. The increase speed rates of transfer are basically due to A migration of Seagate technology's.
+The CUDAFIRE should work just fine as your macOS hard drive in a non-fusion drive Mac . The interface is basically a SATA 3. As with most new drives out there, the drive is capable of much higher transfer speeds than the Mac interface can't handle so it dumbs down. The increase speed rates of transfer are basically due to a migration of Seagate technology's.
I found a article that might be of interest:
I
http://www.anandtech.com/show/10760/seagate-launches-firecuda-sshds-up-to-2-tb-smr-8-gb-of-nand

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Ken ,

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The CUDAFIRE should work just fine as your macOS hard drive in a non-fusion drive Mac . The interface  is basically a SATA 3.  As with most new drives out there, the drive is capable of much higher transfer speeds than the Mac interface  can't handle so it dumbs down.  The increase speed rates of transfer are basically due to  A migration of Seagate technology's.

I found a article that might be of interest:

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http://www.anandtech.com/show/10760/seagate-launches-firecuda-sshds-up-to-2-tb-smr-8-gb-of-nand

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