BREAK FUSION DRIVE ->"UPGRADE" (is it logical?)
My iMac is an A1419 27" 2014, 4.0 GHz Core i7, 1TB Fusion Drive, 32 GB RAM, AMD Radeon R9 M295X 4GB GPU
In the DriveDX App, it shows that the 2 drives are no longer in the best condition...
It would be logical, "break Fusion Drive", and:
- Replace the original 128Gb SSD PCIE with one with 256Gb (as MAIN DRIVE...more than 50% of the capacity will be empty), and install in it MacOS and programs such as Logic Pro X/Ableton 10/Cubase 10/Maschine 2/Komplete)
-Replace the 1Tb 3.5 "SATA HDD with a 2Tb 2,5" SATA SSD (as DATA DRIVE) and Install in it the libraries/sound banks (from Logic Pro X/Ableton 10/Cubase 10/Maschine 2/Komplete 13 Ultimate Collector's Edition), and other Documentes/Pictures/etc...?
In this configuration, is possible to choose what and where is installed the "Data"? (not like in Fusion Drive...)
Is dit een goede vraag?