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New iMac Adhesive Foam tapeI really wish iFixit would add a panel to end of all the 2012 and 2013 iMacs about needing foam tape to reseal the display. I...
Answer to: Can I install an SSD on a base system?If the EMC 2546 is definitely the iMac you have then according to Everymac you definitely have the PCI port to put an SSD. Everymac says the 2546 is the late 2012. It also says every late 2012 27" has the PCI port for the SSD. Here is the exact quote and the link. For storage upgrades, if the 21.5-Inch "Late 2012" iMac models were not configured with an SSD or a "Fusion Drive" at the time of purchase, there is no way to add a PCIe-based "blade" SSD later as the needed connector is not present. However, the 27-Inch "Late 2012" and all "Late 2013" iMac models do have this connector on the motherboard even without a pre-installed SSD, so it is possible to add a PCIe-based "blade" SSD after the purchase of the system. Link here. Look in the section called "internal differences" http://www.everymac.com/systems/apple/im...-aluminum-tapered-edge-faq/differences-between-imac-aluminum-late-2012-late-2013-models.html Link to your iMac http://www.everymac.com/systems/apple/im...-core-i5-2.9-27-inch-aluminum-late-2012-sp...
Answer to: Can't get out ,what's the best solution to put SSD driveAccording to everymac.com the early 2008's used SATA II not SATA I http://www.everymac.com/systems/apple/im...-core-2-duo-2.4-20-inch-aluminum-early-2008-penryn-specs.html
Answer to: Processor upgrade from core 2 duo to core i3The answer unfortunately is no. Intel switched to a different socket with the i3. Here's a handy list http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_...
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