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Versione corrente di: Med Okonta ,

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Do I need an in-line digital thermal sensor for 21.5 iMac(mid 2010)?

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-A few sites I've visited say that you need an in-line digital thermal sensor to prevent iMacs turning on its fan at full blast when replacing the hard drive with a third party SSD.
+A few sites I've visited say that you need an in-line digital thermal sensor to prevent iMacs turning on its fan at full blast when replacing the hard drive with a third party SSD.
Is this the case when replacing the optical drive with an SSD rather than the hard drive?

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iMac Intel 21.5" EMC 2389

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Modifica di: Dan ,

Titolo:

Do I need an in-line digital thermal sensor for 21.5 iMac(mid 2010)?

Testo:

-A few sites I've visited say that you need an in-line digital thermal sensor to prevent iMacs turning on its fan at full blast when replacing the hard drive with a third party SSD. Is this the case when replacing the optical drive with an SSD rather than the hard drive?
+A few sites I've visited say that you need an in-line digital thermal sensor to prevent iMacs turning on its fan at full blast when replacing the hard drive with a third party SSD.
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+Is this the case when replacing the optical drive with an SSD rather than the hard drive?

Dispositivo:

iMac Intel 21.5" EMC 2389

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Modifica di: Med Okonta ,

Titolo:

-Do I need an in-line digital thermal sensor for 21.5 iMac(mid 1010)?
+Do I need an in-line digital thermal sensor for 21.5 iMac(mid 2010)?

Testo:

A few sites I've visited say that you need an in-line digital thermal sensor to prevent iMacs turning on its fan at full blast when replacing the hard drive with a third party SSD. Is this the case when replacing the optical drive with an SSD rather than the hard drive?

Dispositivo:

iMac Intel 21.5" EMC 2389

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Post originale di: Med Okonta ,

Titolo:

Do I need an in-line digital thermal sensor for 21.5 iMac(mid 1010)?

Testo:

A few sites I've visited say that you need an in-line digital thermal sensor to prevent iMacs turning on its fan at full blast when replacing the hard drive with a third party SSD. Is this the case when replacing the optical drive with an SSD rather than the hard drive?

Dispositivo:

iMac Intel 21.5" EMC 2389

Stato:

open