Will a solid state drive work in a iMac(2010)?

  • Asked by 하민 정
  • Aug 19, 2010
512GB Solid-State Drive Kit for Mac Pro

512GB Solid-State Drive Kit for Mac Pro

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3 Answers from the Community

  • Best Answer:

    Absolutely, but you will have to have it professionally installed by an Apple-certified technician in order to preserve your warranty.

    • Answered by Kurt B from Los Angeles
    • Oct 6, 2010
  • Yes it will but don't even think of doing it yourself unless you have training, they are a right royal pain in the backside to work on and could do damage. Crucial technologies also do very reliable SSD units which are better suited transfer rate wise and are 500 ish cheaper.

    • Answered by Ian W
    • Mar 6, 2011
  • Yes if you now how to get it in there

    • Answered by Jennifer M T from Townsville
    • Aug 23, 2010