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Let me correct some of Brayden's statements here:
1 - SSHD's Are not a problem in this system
2 - SSD's likewise are not a problem when replacing the HD
3 - Apple's 1 TB PCIe blade SSD replacement drive is very expensive not worth it. You might find from one of the parts outlets a recovered drive for sale but these tend to be the smaller sizes. There are a few 3rd party drives available which will work by the suppliers have not qualified them (i.e. OWC)
4 - The smaller sized Apple PCIe blade SSD's are more available on the parts market. So its a better deal
If you review a few questions here on IFIXIT you'll find a few people who have replaced their HD for either a different HD, SSHD or a SSD. It's a lot of work and if you're not careful you can kill the display assembly.
-Frankly, I don't recommend upgrading the SATA drive as the external Thunderbolt port is faster! A better solution is to get an external 2 drive RAID drive system with SSD's. As an example OWC's: [http://eshop.macsales.com/shop/Thunderbolt/External-Drive/OWC/ThunderBay-4-mini|ThunderBay 4 Mini]. Likewise the amount of work to get to the PCIe slot is also not worth the risks. which is also a good reason to go with the external RAID.
+Frankly, I don't recommend upgrading the SATA drive as the external Thunderbolt port is faster! A better solution is to get an external 2 drive RAID drive system with SSD's. As an example OWC's: [http://eshop.macsales.com/shop/Thunderbolt/External-Drive/OWC/ThunderBay-4-mini|ThunderBay 4 Mini].
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+Likewise the amount of work to get to the PCIe slot is also not worth the risks. which is also a good reason to go with the external RAID.

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Post originale di: Dan ,

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Let me correct some of Brayden's statements here:

1 - SSHD's Are not a problem in this system

2 - SSD's likewise are not a problem when replacing the HD

3 - Apple's 1 TB PCIe blade SSD replacement drive is very expensive not worth it. You might find from one of the parts outlets a recovered drive for sale but these tend to be the smaller sizes. There are a few 3rd party drives available which will work by the suppliers have not qualified them (i.e. OWC)

4 - The smaller sized Apple PCIe blade SSD's are more available on the parts market. So its a better deal

If you review a few questions here on IFIXIT you'll find a few people who have replaced their HD for either a different HD, SSHD or a SSD. It's a lot of work and if you're not careful you can kill the display assembly.

Frankly, I don't recommend upgrading the SATA drive as the external Thunderbolt port is faster! A better solution is to get an external 2 drive RAID drive system with SSD's. As an example OWC's: [http://eshop.macsales.com/shop/Thunderbolt/External-Drive/OWC/ThunderBay-4-mini|ThunderBay 4 Mini]. Likewise the amount of work to get to the PCIe slot is also not worth the risks. which is also a good reason to go with the external RAID.

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