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2TB SSD Upgrades for Late 2013 Mac Pro 10 Dec 2014 03:26 #57155

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OWC Announces First 1TB and 2TB SSD Upgrades for late 2013 Mac Pro

It is super expensive! I'll wait for prices to come down, but, I really could use a 2TB system drive for sure. Dang high SSD prices...

eshop.macsales.com/preorder/OWC-Aura-SSD-for-Mac-Pro/

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2TB SSD Upgrades for Late 2013 Mac Pro 10 Dec 2014 16:20 #57189

What are you filling your system drive with Ben? I've tried to keep my 1TB drive as lean and crud free as possible.

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I've been using a 2TB system drive for years. I do audio work, too. Lots of music work. Native Instruments plugins eat up space. iTunes, Aperture, all those libraries eat up space. Office documents for several business that span over a decade, etc. When I updated to the late 2014 MP, I have to move most of that to the RAID. Then jump through the hoops to tell all my apps where that stuff was. A 2TB drive was a LOT easier to deal with. Yes, some of us have that must stuff, and justifiably, on a system drive. The only logical, realistic reason to not have it on a system drive, is lack of space. I'm looking forward to a 2TB system drive again. Way easier to deal with for my situation.

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2TB SSD Upgrades for Late 2013 Mac Pro 23 Dec 2014 02:59 #57626

Also just a little over half the speed of the Apple SSDs. Unless you need space I'm not sure why you'd bother.

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