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I installed a 1TB1 TB hybrid drive in my 2009 iMac 2727" iMac, the reason I did this was so I could remove the sensor off the old 1 TB drive and put it on the new SSD/HHD. Sohybrid drive (SSHD). That way the temp sensor does not run the fans at super full speed. Also

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at the time I read that SSDabout SSD's they need to be purged once in a while, maybe not now but 3 years ago I think that was the case. So with the hybrid drive it has a chip that purges the SSD whenas it needs to, Into it can purge the caching flash part of the drive.

In
the end the programs and files I use all the time are right there and the stuff I don't use all the time is still in the deeper storage on the HD side, so it starts up quick and programs I use all the time open right up on the SSD. Thisup.

This
seems to work well for me. I have a 2 TB drive on the time machine that I only turn on once in a while.
I installed a 1TB1 TB hybrid drive in my 2009 iMac 2727" iMac, the reason I did this was so I could remove the sensor off the old 1 TB drive and put it on the new SSD/HHD. Sohybrid drive (SSHD). That way the temp sensor does not run the fans at super full speed. Also

Also
at the time I read that SSDabout SSD's they need to be purged once in a while, maybe not now but 3 years ago I think that was the case. So with the hybrid drive it has a chip that purges the SSD whenas it needs to, Into it can purge the caching flash part of the drive.

In
the end the programs and files I use all the time are right there and the stuff I don't use all the time is still in the deeper storage on the HD side, so it starts up quick and programs I use all the time open right up on the SSD. Thisup.

This
seems to work well for me. I have a 2 TB drive on the time machine that I only turn on once in a while.

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オリジナル投稿者: Kurt L Nelson ,

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I installed a 1TB hybrid drive in my 2009 iMac 27, the reason I did this was so I could remove the sensor off the old 1 TB drive and put it on the new SSD/HHD. So the temp sensor does not run the fans at super full speed. Also at the time I read that SSD need to be purged once in a while, maybe not now but 3 years ago I think that was the case. So with the hybrid drive it has a chip that purges the SSD when it needs to, In the end the programs and files I use all the time are right there the stuff I don't use all the time is still in storage on the HD side, so it starts up quick and programs I use all the time open right up on the SSD. This seems to work well for me. I have a 2 TB drive on the time machine that I only turn on once in a while.

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