How do I Upgrade the new AirPort A1470 to SSD?
I don't care for 2TB of storage and would like a reliable SSD in there instead. Can I upgrade the new airport to SSD?
AirPort Extreme 베이스 스테이션과 함께 출시된 이 하드 드라이브 장착형 제품은 Time Capsule NAS에 802.11ac 속도를 제공합니다.
Theoretically - yes it can be done, only you know your abilities. Detailed Removal 2TB HD Plus Install 4TB HD + Formating. Familiarize yourself with opening exchanging the drive in the previous model, then look at the teardown (not a guide) for the new one.
Take lots of notes and pictures. Use the recommended tools (every job is easier if you use the proper tools). You can write and publish the guide for this.
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I am not sure what you would gain from the SSD apart from its low temps. There would be no speed advantage as you would be operating through ethernet at best. A quality HDD would easily saturate that bandwidth.
There is a major issue with how it would be mounted though. The TC does not have traditional mounting points. The HDD is held in with rubber corners and a 'pressure' plate holding it all in. Even if you get a caddy it will likely not fit. Basically you need a standard HDD 'shape'.
Also the TC spins the drive down when not in use. I am wondering if this would possibly cause problems with an SSD.
THINK BEFORE YOU LEAP
Friends, I use a Mac
. Now, I very often, feel the necessity of swapping my Airport Time Capsule with a Samsung 2TB SSD! But, it's currently, very costly. Besides, I have never opened an ATC before. Just swapped Lacie Rugged
and StoreJet 300
Thunderbolt External Hard Disk Drives with 1TB SSD in each. I run my machine using them together on a RAID configuration that allows me to logically join the two SSDs into one single 2TB SSD! But, still, when it comes to Time Capsule backup, it takes a lot of time, and generally I work at night. One needs to stay awake till it's done. Not that the ATC
swap is impossible. You need to mount the 2.5" SSD into a 3.5" adapter
and place it carefully without damaging anything in the ATC inside. And then, you would have to put all the things together in place to run it successfully. And yes, I would use a LAN (RJ45 connector) to Thunderbolt converter
made by Apple only, and connect it to my thunderbolt port. But the entire process is of course risky. Though, I am on my way to get a single 2TB Samsung EVO Pro SSD
in order to go for a safer config. through disk cloning app, I am thinking 10 times before I opt to open my 2TB ATC! Because it's always better to think before you leap!
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