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As expressed here: [https://everymac.com/systems/apple/imac/specs/imac-core-i7-3.2-21-inch-aluminum-retina-4k-early-2019-specs.html|21.5” iMac 21.5 (4K, 2019)]
-''“It has a Serial ATA (6 Gb/s) connector for a 2.5" hard drive. If configured with a "Fusion" Drive or an SSD at the initial time of system purchase, '''it also has a PCIe connector, but this connector is not present if the system only was configured with a hard drive.”'''''
+“It has a Serial ATA (6 Gb/s) connector for a 2.5" hard drive. If configured with a "Fusion" Drive or an SSD at the initial time of system purchase, '''it also has a PCIe connector, but this connector is not present if the system only was configured with a hard drive.”'''
Sadly, Apple did you in. You could upgrade the SATA drive to a SSD. Frankly, I recommend going with an external Thunderbolt drive. To get the best performance set it up as your boot drive! Hint! A RAID’ed SSD is faster than the internal PCIe/NVMe drive.

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Post originale di: Dan ,

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As expressed here: [https://everymac.com/systems/apple/imac/specs/imac-core-i7-3.2-21-inch-aluminum-retina-4k-early-2019-specs.html|21.5” iMac 21.5 (4K, 2019)]

''“It has a Serial ATA (6 Gb/s) connector for a 2.5" hard drive. If configured with a "Fusion" Drive or an SSD at the initial time of system purchase, '''it also has a PCIe connector, but this connector is not present if the system only was configured with a hard drive.”'''''

Sadly, Apple did you in. You could upgrade the SATA drive to a SSD. Frankly, I recommend going with an external Thunderbolt drive. To get the best performance set it up as your boot drive! Hint! A RAID’ed SSD is faster than the internal PCIe/NVMe drive.

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