Uprade internal SATA II (3G) SSD with a SATA III (6G) compliant
Would like to know if anyone has already changed the factory pre-installed SATA II SSD (built to order) with a high performance SSD supporting the factory integrated SATA III (6G) interface.
Apple's factory pre-installed SSD does have a very bad performance in comparison to others, e.g. Kingston, Samsung, OCZ, etc.
As fas as I know all Intel Quad-Core i7 based iMACs have been equipped with the Intel 6G Series Chipset. Finally, SATA III SSD should be supported without problems.
Would like to know what SSD will be proven to work and whether there are any obstacles to overcome.
Is this a good question?
Thanks for the hint. I have a brand new OCZ Agility III (6G) on my desk but I cannot see any jumpers. There is just the SATA III connector and a second interface if you want to assemble this SSD into a RAID systems (I was told). No jumper connectors as fas I can see!
by Matt van Leeuwen