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Your system has only two drive ports: A SATA III (6.0 Gb/s) 3.5” HDD and a mSATA (6.0 Gb/s) SSD blade interface.
 
So as you can see both drive interfaces only offer 6.0 Gb/s throughput. It also limits you on what you can use in your system as far as the blade interface.
 
A Fusion Drive is a wacky setup! Apple found a way to get the speed of a SSD without having to buy an expensive SSD drive.
 
At the time Hard Drive makers introduced hybrid drives (SSHD) which where standard spinning disk HDD’s with a small SSD added to the controller board to improve performance. These drives got a lot of coverage as they indeed improve performance with a minor cost bump Vs the very expensive cost of a SSD drive of equal size!
 
Apple took the idea and added their own spin to it. Instead of buying what the drive makers offered, they created their own using two independent drives! This confused a lot of people as they expected a single device not two! And as the small SSD was not setup like a normal drive so when it died it was painful to diagnose and setup again.
 
So let’s move on! The best you can do here today is just get a larger blade SSD and forgo the Fusion Drive setup as it just wasn’t very good.
 
You have the right idea, just the wrong SSD the Seagate IronWolf Solid State Drives are designed for a NAS storage sub system not a computer boot drive.
 
Think of it this way… Which would win the race? A fast Porsche 411 or a school bus? If speed was the issue then clearly the Porsche, but if moving a quantity of people the school bus would win! So the nature of the device is important! Here we need a Porsche! Not a school bus!
 
I would recommend getting this blade SSD [https://beetstech.com/product/solid-state-drive-661-7009|Apple proprietary 7+17 pin 256 GB mSATA SSD]
 
The other option is to just takeout the old blade SSD and just live with the slow HDD the system came with or as SSD’s cost have dropped so much think about upgrading it to a SSD! [product|IF174-029-18|500 GB upgrade kit]

[product|IF174-029-19|1
or [product|IF174-029-19|1 TG upgrade kit] and here’s the guide [guide|15796] Then use an external Thunderbolt HDD for your data store.
The other option is to just takeout the old blade SSD and just live with the slow HDD the system came with or as SSD’s cost have dropped so much think about upgrading it to a SSD! [product|IF174-029-18|500 GB upgrade kit]

[product|IF174-029-19|1
or [product|IF174-029-19|1 TG upgrade kit] and here’s the guide [guide|15796] Then use an external Thunderbolt HDD for your data store.

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Your system has only two drive ports: A SATA III (6.0 Gb/s) 3.5” HDD and a mSATA (6.0 Gb/s) SSD blade interface.
 
So as you can see both drive interfaces only offer 6.0 Gb/s throughput. It also limits you on what you can use in your system as far as the blade interface.
 
A Fusion Drive is a wacky setup! Apple found a way to get the speed of a SSD without having to buy an expensive SSD drive.
 
At the time Hard Drive makers introduced hybrid drives (SSHD) which where standard spinning disk HDD’s with a small SSD added to the controller board to improve performance. These drives got a lot of coverage as they indeed improve performance with a minor cost bump Vs the very expensive cost of a SSD drive of equal size!
 
Apple took the idea and added their own spin to it. Instead of buying what the drive makers offered, they created their own using two independent drives! This confused a lot of people as they expected a single device not two! And as the small SSD was not setup like a normal drive so when it died it was painful to diagnose and setup again.
 
So let’s move on! The best you can do here today is just get a larger blade SSD and forgo the Fusion Drive setup as it just wasn’t very good.
 
You have the right idea, just the wrong SSD the Seagate IronWolf Solid State Drives are designed for a NAS storage sub system not a computer boot drive.
 
Think of it this way whichway… Which would win the race? A fast Porsche 411 or a school bus? If speed was the issue then clearly the Porsche, but if moving a quantity of people the school bus would win! So the nature of the device is important! Here we need a Porsche! Not a school bus!
Think of it this way whichway… Which would win the race? A fast Porsche 411 or a school bus? If speed was the issue then clearly the Porsche, but if moving a quantity of people the school bus would win! So the nature of the device is important! Here we need a Porsche! Not a school bus!
 
I would recommend getting this blade SSD [https://beetstech.com/product/solid-state-drive-661-7009|Apple proprietary 7+17 pin 256 GB mSATA SSD]
 
The other option is to just takeout the old blade SSD and just live with the slow HDD the system came with or as SSD’s cost have dropped so much think about upgrading it to a SSD! [product|IF174-029-18|500 GB upgrade kit]
 
[product|IF174-029-19|1 TG upgrade kit] and here’s the guide [guide|15796] Then use an external Thunderbolt HDD for your data store.

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Post originale di: Dan ,

Testo:

Your system has only two drive ports: A SATA III (6.0 Gb/s) 3.5” HDD and a mSATA (6.0 Gb/s) SSD blade interface.

So as you can see both drive interfaces only offer 6.0 Gb/s throughput. It also limits you on what you can use in your system as far as the blade interface.

A Fusion Drive is a wacky setup! Apple found a way to get the speed of a SSD without having to buy an expensive SSD drive.

At the time Hard Drive makers introduced hybrid drives (SSHD) which where standard spinning disk HDD’s with a small SSD added to the controller board to improve performance. These drives got a lot of coverage as they indeed improve performance with a minor cost bump Vs the very expensive cost of a SSD drive of equal size!

Apple took the idea and added their own spin to it. Instead of buying what the drive makers offered, they created their own using two independent drives! This confused a lot of people as they expected a single device not two! And as the small SSD was not setup like a normal drive so when it died it was painful to diagnose and setup again.

So let’s move on! The best you can do here today is just get a larger blade SSD and forgo the Fusion Drive setup as it  just wasn’t very good.

You have the right idea, just the wrong SSD the Seagate IronWolf Solid State Drives are designed for a NAS storage sub system not a computer boot drive.

Think of it this way which would win the race? A fast Porsche 411 or a school bus? If speed was the issue then clearly the Porsche, but if moving a quantity of people the school bus would win! So the nature of the device is important! Here we need a Porsche! Not a school bus!

I would recommend getting this blade SSD [https://beetstech.com/product/solid-state-drive-661-7009|Apple proprietary 7+17 pin 256 GB mSATA SSD]

The other option is to just takeout the old blade SSD and just live with the slow HDD the system came with or as SSD’s cost have dropped so much think about upgrading it to a SSD! [product|IF174-029-18|500 GB upgrade kit]

[product|IF174-029-19|1 TG upgrade kit] and here’s the guide [guide|15796] Then use an external Thunderbolt HDD for your data store.

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