Model A1418 / Late 2012 / 2.7 & 2.9 GHz Core i5 or 3.1 GHz Core i7 Processor

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Is this SSD is compatible with this iMac?

Hi everyone,

I succeed to get an SSD (MZ-JPU512T/0A2) from a water damaged MacBook Air 2013. I tested it with a OWC Envoy Pro USB 3 enclosure and it works great!

At work, i got the late 2012 21.5 iMac 2.9Ghz.

I would like to know if this SSD is compatible with this iMac. Like that I can upgrade it with this SSD.

Hope it will do!

Thanks for your answers!

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No it is not.

(MZ-JPU512T/0A2)

Compatibility

MacBook Pro 13" Retina A1502

MacBookPro11,1 Late 2013: ME864LL/A (2.4 Core i5)

MacBookPro11,1 Late 2013: ME866LL/A (2.6 Core i5)

MacBookPro11,1 Late 2013: ME866LL/A (2.8 Core i7)

MacBookPro11,1 Mid 2014: MGX72LL/A (2.6 GHz Core i5)

MacBookPro11,1 Mid 2014: MGX82LL/A (2.6 GHz Core i5)

MacBookPro11,1 Mid 2014: MGX92LL/A (2.8 GHz Core i5)

MacBookPro11,1 Mid 2014: MGX92LL/A (3.0 GHz Core i7)

MacBook Pro 15" Retina A1398

MacBookPro11,2 Late 2013 (IG): ME293LL/A (2.0 Core i7)

MacBookPro11,2 Late 2013 (IG): ME293LL/A (2.3 Core i7)

MacBookPro11,2 Late 2013 (IG): ME293LL/A (2.6 Core i7)

MacBookPro11,2 Mid 2014 (IG): MGXA2LL/A (2.5 Core i7)

MacBookPro11,2 Mid 2014 (IG): MGXA2LL/A (2.2 Core i7)

MacBookPro11,2 Mid 2014 (IG): MGXA2LL/A (2.8 Core i7)

MacBookPro11,3 Late 2013 (DG): ME294LL/A (2.3 Core i7)

MacBookPro11,3 Late 2013 (DG): ME294LL/A (2.6 Core i7)

MacBookPro11,3 Mid 2014 (DG): MGXC2LL/A (2.5 Core i7)

MacBookPro11,3 Mid 2014 (DG): MGXC2LL/A (2.8 Core i7)

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