PCIe SSD adapter compatibility with Mid-2017 iMac 27"(1) Do we know if the "slot" for the PCIe "Blade" SSD exists on iMac configurations purchased without "Fusion Drive"? (2)...
Distorted video disappears after warmThere must be a engineering flaw or a manufacturing defect on the PowerBooks. There are thousands of people who have this...
"The New iMac 27" 2017 model can upgrade ram and ssd?"에 답변Retail: Amazon: (1) Samsung 960 PRO Series - 512GB PCIe NVMe - M.2 Internal SSD (MZ-V6P512BW) $339.99 (2) Samsung 960 PRO Series - 1TB PCIe NVMe - M.2 Internal SSD (MZ-V6P1T0BW) $619.00 (3) Samsung 960 PRO Series - 2TB PCIe NVMe - M.2 Internal SSD (MZ-V6P2T0BW) $1,297.99 Apple: (1) 512GB "SSD" $200 (2) 1TB "SSD" $600 (3) 2TB "SSD" $1400 Buying the 512GB or the 1TB drive you come out ahead or even. Open that iMac up and install a 2.5" SSD. You can now create a fusion drive with two SSDs. Should be plenty fast. Not sure if there will be a cable from the motherboard to the empty spot where the 2.5" drive fits. A temp sensor and harness can be purchased from OWC in any case. I am assuming Apple is using Samsung flash SSDs for their iMacs.
"Distorted video disappears after warm"에 답변oldtrukey, I agree. Only one potential issue… I live in Nepal. Ironic isn't it? Here I am encircled by China, Singapore and India, in the middle of Asia, where all this stuff is manufactured and there are no services. Guess I will have to fly it to the US and fly it back… not really practical or conservative. I read that there is one chip in particular that resides on the DC converter board. It's the same chip used in iBooks, PowerBooks, etc.. It's supposed to be causing issues. But that was power related; not video related. Any ideas on exactly what chip could be causing this? A bit of history. I bought this PowerBook Rev. B in late 2003 it was made in Taiwan during week 39. I did send it in under AppleCare warranty twice. Firstly, for a bad SuperDrive; they replaced a bunch of other components too. The second time it was the lower memory slot. I was already in Nepal and had to ship it to Singapore for AppleCare warranty coverage. I remember I had to pick a workshop from a list. I expected professional...