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-As we showed in our [guide|11936|stepid=42510|teardown], while the traces are on the logic board for an SSD, the socket and screw hole aren't there. The Fusion drive is a built-to-order option, so chances are that unless you order your iMac with a Fusion drive, you won't have a logic board that's equipped to accept the SSD.
+As we showed in our [guide|11936|teardown|stepid=42510], while there appear to be traces on the logic board for an SSD, the socket and screw hole aren't there. The Fusion drive is a built-to-order option, so chances are that unless you order your iMac with a Fusion drive, you won't have a logic board that's equipped to accept the SSD.

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-As we showed in our [teardown|[guide|11936|stepid=42510]], while the traces are on the logic board for an SSD, the socket and screw hole aren't there. The Fusion drive is a built-to-order option, so chances are that unless you order your iMac with a Fusion drive, you won't have a logic board that's equipped to accept the SSD.
+As we showed in our [guide|11936|stepid=42510|teardown], while the traces are on the logic board for an SSD, the socket and screw hole aren't there. The Fusion drive is a built-to-order option, so chances are that unless you order your iMac with a Fusion drive, you won't have a logic board that's equipped to accept the SSD.

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Post originale di: David Hodson ,

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As we showed in our [teardown|[guide|11936|stepid=42510]], while the traces are on the logic board for an SSD, the socket and screw hole aren't there. The Fusion drive is a built-to-order option, so chances are that unless you order your iMac with a Fusion drive, you won't have a logic board that's equipped to accept the SSD.

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