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Model A1419 / EMC 3070 / Mid 2017 / 3.4, 3.5 or 3.8 GHz Core i5 or 4.2 GHz Core i7 Kaby Lake Processor (ID iMac18,3) / Retina 5K display. Refer to the older iMac Intel 27" Retina 5K Display (Late 2014 & 2015) guides as the system is very similar.

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What kind of SSD fits my Mac?

Hello from Europe !

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iMac 5k i7 / 18.3 late 2017

What kind of SSD blade fit with my iMac ?

APPLE SSD SM0128L

  • Révision : CXS7CA0Q
  • Numéro de série : S3CWNY0J946659
  • Largeur du câble : x4
  • Vitesse de la liaison : 8.0 GT/s
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Sadly Apple is the only source for the PCIe/NVMe x4 blade SSD's. While you could put in a PCIe/NVMe x2 blade SSD you won't get the same throughput.

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it seems that patience is a virtue!

I'm waiting!

I changed the disk 2 TB for a 2.5" SSD and I boot on the 128 g ...

there will be a builder to make us that !!!

like 512 or 256

Thank you for your answers

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I have the same iMac as you just i5. OWC have what you want. I’m buying their OWC Aura Pro X2 2TB and OWC Mercury Electra 6G 2TB SSD. The 2TB SSD as my OS X (Mojave) drive and the 2TB PCIe Aura as my audio recording drive.

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Best to just get an external Thunderbolt SSD RAID drive. In the long run it will be cheaper.

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I want to upgrade the storage to a NVME ssd and a ssd and remove the fusion drive. But I don't want to loose any information that I have on my iMac. Can you please help me with this.?

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I don't believe the are any third party blades available for this machine yet. Your only option may be to ask Apple. Call 1-800-MYAPPLE and ask.

Be prepared and in a sitting position when getting this news to avoid passing out.

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There are several adaptors at Ebay or Amazon for around 10-20 Euros.

I'm using a sintech adaptor to use a normal M.2-NVMe SSD (Samsung Evo 970 Plus) in my 2019 iMac. No problems at all.

For Samsung SSDs, be sure, you have the very latest firmware on your SSD installed (i'd used a Windows laptop and an external enclosure for updating the firmware) and you will need at least macOS High Sierra to support NVMe-SSDs.

For frequent firmware updates, i have a bootstick with Bootcamp/Windows, because absolutely no manufacturer supports firmware upgrades via macOS and only Crucial(Micron) is providing a Linux based upgrade volume.

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