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Apple mounts the SSD underneath the optical drive with a proprietary bracket. All iMacs of the same generation that can be configured with the third drive(2011 EMC 2428 and 2429) have the extra socket on the logic board. We have a [guide|7575|kit] that uses super strong double sided tape to hold the drive in place underneath the optical drive.
Apple mounts the SSD underneath the optical drive with a proprietary bracket. All iMacs of the same generation that can be configured with the third drive(2011 EMC 2428 and 2429) have the extra socket on the logic board. We have a [guide|7575|kit] that uses super strong double sided tape to hold the drive in place underneath the optical drive.

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Apple mounts the SSD underneath the optical drive with a proprietary bracket. All iMacs of the same generation that can be configured with the third drive have the extra socket on the logic board. We have a [guide|6434|kit] forguide|7575|kit] that uses super strong double sided tape to hold the 21.5" model, and we're working ondrive in place underneath the 27"optical drive.
Apple mounts the SSD underneath the optical drive with a proprietary bracket. All iMacs of the same generation that can be configured with the third drive have the extra socket on the logic board. We have a [guide|6434|kit] forguide|7575|kit] that uses super strong double sided tape to hold the 21.5" model, and we're working ondrive in place underneath the 27"optical drive.

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Original post by David Hodson,

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Apple mounts the SSD underneath the optical drive with a proprietary bracket. All iMacs of the same generation that can be configured with the third drive have the extra socket on the logic board. We have a [guide|6434|kit] for the 21.5" model, and we're working on the 27".

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