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You may find adding a SSD better than replacing your current HD.
 
Here is the IFIXIT dual drive carrier guide which replaces the optical drive for either a HD or SSD [guide|9070|Installing iMac Intel 24" EMC 2267 Dual Hard Drive]. As long addas you don't mind giving up your built-in optical drive this is a great way of moving forward. Doing

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a whole sale replacement of your HD can be done as well. You will need to deal with the HD's thermal sensor as removing it will confuse the systems cooling management causing the fans to run at full speed. While you can fake the system out by wiring in a replacement sensor or by using some software you do need to deal with it.
Here is the IFIXIT dual drive carrier guide which replaces the optical drive for either a HD or SSD [guide|9070|Installing iMac Intel 24" EMC 2267 Dual Hard Drive]. As long addas you don't mind giving up your built-in optical drive this is a great way of moving forward. Doing

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a whole sale replacement of your HD can be done as well. You will need to deal with the HD's thermal sensor as removing it will confuse the systems cooling management causing the fans to run at full speed. While you can fake the system out by wiring in a replacement sensor or by using some software you do need to deal with it.
 
One last issue is making sure your AC power is stable. I would strongly recommend having a fill-in UPS as any power disruption during a write cycle on the SSD can corrupt the SSD (more so than a HD).

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You may find adding a SSD better than replacing your current HD.

Here is the IFIXIT dual drive carrier guide which replaces the optical drive for either a HD or SSD [guide|9070|Installing iMac Intel 24" EMC 2267 Dual Hard Drive]. As long add you don't mind giving up your built-in optical drive this is a great way of moving forward. Doing a whole sale replacement of your HD can be done as well. You will need to deal with the HD's thermal sensor as removing it will confuse the systems cooling management causing the fans to run at full speed. While you can fake the system out by wiring in a replacement sensor or by using some software you do need to deal with it.

One last issue is making sure your AC power is stable. I would strongly recommend having a fill-in UPS as any power disruption during a write cycle on the SSD can corrupt the SSD (more so than a HD).

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