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> Ssd In Imac 21,5", temperature sensor
toni2032
post Mon 26 Mar 2012, 03:04
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Some people say it is a problema. If you install SSD in place of HD Disk, due to this temperature sensor.
As a matter of fact I dont see what is the problem since OWC indicates to use SSD in place of optical DVD.
Well could someone give some explanation about this matter?

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lepetitmartien
post Thu 29 Mar 2012, 03:33
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Apple used a specific cable to connect hard drives in new iMacs for a year. It not only carries power and data but also the specific data on thermal sensor using a special firmware in the harddrive. Trouble is, you can't plug a new drive like this or it'll think the iMac is overheating (as the sensor won't answer the system will think it has a heat issue)

Solutions I've seen use special cables to trick the system.

I know it's an issue if you use the hard drive location/cable. I don't know for the DVD location, I have not seen something about it.

I may add, OWC are serious people, if they tell you it's possible on your specific mac model, it is. smile.gif And I've used their services even if I'm in Europe. Serious persons, really.


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