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Aktuelle Version von: Nick, yvaneck, Brendan, and jayeff (Bewertungsdetails) ,

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Which Purchasing Config is right to get two SSD's in 2019 iMac?

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I’m thinking about buying a 2019 5k 27” iMac and I’m trying to figure out the best way of getting to my end goal. AKA what config I should purchase from Apple. I have two main questions that I am still trying to figure out:

'''Ultimately, I want two SSD’s - a proprietary/blade NVMe SSD with between 512GB and 2 TB of storage, and a SATA SSD with between 1-2 TB. I’m not opposed to taking the entire computer/motherboard apart, but if it’s possible to just do a standard main drive upgrade, that would be preferred.'''

# If I buy a standalone SSD config (no fusion/hdd), will it ship with an open port AND a SATA/Power cable sent to the spot where the usual Fusion/HDD would be?  If it does NOT ship with that cable, does that mean that I will have to take apart the entire computer like in a usual blade SSD replacement to attach this cable to the motherboard?
# If that is the case, and I DO have to take apart the entire internals of the computer to attach this SATA cable like in the blade SSD replacement, it doesn’t seem worth getting a standalone SSD config. Should I then just buy the cheapest fusion drive config and then personally upgrade the NVMe drive and SATA together (using the correct adapters and compatible NVMe drives, obviously)? I understand that the speeds are relatively similar with Apple NVMe SSD’s above 512 GB and 3rd party NVMe SSD’s - I’m mainly thinking about cost. OR should I go with a beefy Fusion Drive option (for the upgraded blade SSD) and just replace the HDD with a new SSD?

Also, the thermal detector is no longer needed on models post 2013 because of SMART technology, correct?

Thanks for your help, iFixit!

Gerät:

iMac Intel 27" Retina 5K Display 2019

Status:

open

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Alexandre Hirlinger ,

Titel:

Which Purchasing Config is right to get two SSD's in 2019 iMac?

Text:

I’m thinking about buying a 2019 5k 27” iMac and I’m trying to figure out the best way of getting to my end goal. AKA what config I should purchase from Apple. I have two main questions that I am still trying to figure out:

'''Ultimately, I want two SSD’s - a proprietary/blade NVMe SSD with between 512GB and 2 TB of storage, and a SATA SSD with between 1-2 TB. I’m not opposed to taking the entire computer/motherboard apart, but if it’s possible to just do a standard main drive upgrade, that would be preferred.'''

# If I buy a standalone SSD config (no fusion/hdd), will it ship with an open port AND a SATA/Power cable sent to the spot where the usual Fusion/HDD would be?  If it does NOT ship with that cable, does that mean that I will have to take apart the entire computer like in a usual blade SSD replacement to attach this cable to the motherboard?
# If that is the case, and I DO have to take apart the entire internals of the computer to attach this SATA cable like in the blade SSD replacement, it doesn’t seem worth getting a standalone SSD config. Should I then just buy the cheapest fusion drive config and then personally upgrade the NVMe drive and SATA together (using the correct adapters and compatible NVMe drives, obviously)? I understand that the speeds are relatively similar with Apple NVMe SSD’s above 512 GB and 3rd party NVMe SSD’s - I’m mainly thinking about cost. OR should I go with a beefy Fusion Drive option (for the upgraded blade SSD) and just replace the HDD with a new SSD?

Also, the thermal detector is no longer needed on models post 2013 because of SMART technology, correct?

Thanks for your help, iFixit!

Gerät:

iMac Intel 27" Retina 5K Display 2019

Status:

open