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Take a look at he guides before doing or buying anything. I have changed the icon to get you to the correct guides. Trying to get by without replacing the adhesive strips is an exercise in futility. Use the correct tools and cutter or you will damage the machine. Understand youyour warranty will be voided as soon as you do this.
https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iMac+Intel+27-Inch+Retina+5K+Display+Hard+Drive+Replacement/30522


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Take a look at he guides before doing or buying anything. I have changed the icon to get you to the correct guides. Trying to get by without replacing the adhesive strips is an exercise in futility. Use the correct tools and cutter or you will damage the machine. Understand youyour warranty will be voided as soon as you do this.
https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iMac+Intel+27-Inch+Retina+5K+Display+Hard+Drive+Replacement/30522


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Make sure the in-line temperature sensor will work on your machine: http://eshop.macsales.com/item/OWC/DIDIMACHDD12/
 
Remember the old adage, measure twice and cut once. Study first!
 
Understand what a fusion drive is and that you are about to cut the baby in half.
 
When Apple updated the iMac and Mac mini in late 2012, it introduced a new storage option called Fusion Drive. Despite the name, it's actually two drives working in a special arrangement. It pairs 128GB of flash storage with either a 1TB or a 3TB hard drive.

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Take a look at he guides before doing or buying anything. I have changed the icon to get you to the correct guides. Trying to get by without replacing the adhesive strips is an exercise in futility. Use the correct tools and cutter or you will damage the machine. Understand you warranty will be voided as soon as you do this.
https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iMac+Intel+27-Inch+Retina+5K+Display+Hard+Drive+Replacement/30522
 
Make sure the in-line temperature sensor will work on your machine: http://eshop.macsales.com/item/OWC/DIDIMACHDD12/
 
Remember the old adage, measure twice and cut once. Study first!
Remember the old adage, measure twice and cut once. Study first!
Understand what a fusion drive is and that you are about to cut the baby in half.
 
When Apple updated the iMac and Mac mini in late 2012, it introduced a new storage option called Fusion Drive. Despite the name, it's actually two drives working in a special arrangement. It pairs 128GB of flash storage with either a 1TB or a 3TB hard drive.

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Take a look at he guides before doing or buying anything. I have changed the icon to get you to the correct guides. Trying to get by without replacing the adhesive strips is an exercise in futility. Use the correct tools and cutter or you will damage the machine. Understand you warranty will be voided as soon as you do this.
 
Make sure the in-line temperature sensor will work on your machine: http://eshop.macsales.com/item/OWC/DIDIMACHDD12/
 
Remember the old adage, measure twice and cut once. Study first!
Understand what a fusion drive is and that you are about to cut the baby in half.
When Apple updated the iMac and Mac mini in late 2012, it introduced a new storage option called Fusion Drive. Despite the name, it's actually two drives working in a special arrangement. It pairs 128GB of flash storage with either a 1TB or a 3TB hard drive.
Remember the old adage, measure twice and cut once. Study first!
Understand what a fusion drive is and that you are about to cut the baby in half.
When Apple updated the iMac and Mac mini in late 2012, it introduced a new storage option called Fusion Drive. Despite the name, it's actually two drives working in a special arrangement. It pairs 128GB of flash storage with either a 1TB or a 3TB hard drive.

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Take a look at he guides before doing or buying anything.  I have changed the icon to get you to the correct guides.  Trying to get by without replacing the adhesive strips is an exercise in futility.  Use the correct tools and cutter or you will damage the machine.  Understand you warranty will be voided as soon as you do this.

Make sure the in-line temperature sensor will work on your machine:  http://eshop.macsales.com/item/OWC/DIDIMACHDD12/

Remember the old adage, measure twice and cut once.  Study first!

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