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Jorge - Sorry you don't want a dual SSD setup for a Fusion Drive. It won't buy you anything. The blade SSD your system has is so small it’s useless when used with a SATA SSD.
 
While more work I do strongly recommend you break your Fusion Drive setup then replace the small blade SSD to a bigger drive (512 GB if you can swing it). Leave your HDD alone. Now with the blade SSD setup as your boot drive hosting your OS & Apps you’ll have the ideal dial drive setup. a Very fast drive for OS, Apps & cache/paging, then a slower drive for your iTunes content and other Apps data.
 
Here’s a good guide which explains things [https://beetstech.com/blog/apple-proprietary-ssd-ultimate-guide-to-specs-and-upgrades|The Ultimate Guide to Apple’s Proprietary SSDs]

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Jorge - Sorry you don't want a dual SSD setup for a Fusion Drive. It won't buy you anything. The blade SSD your system has is so small it’s useless when used with a SATA SSD.

While more work I do strongly recommend you break your Fusion Drive setup then replace the small blade SSD to a bigger drive (512 GB if you can swing it). Leave your HDD alone. Now with the blade SSD setup as your boot drive hosting your OS & Apps you’ll have the ideal dial drive setup. a Very fast drive for OS, Apps & cache/paging, then a slower drive for your iTunes content and other Apps data.

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