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Yes, the SSD can be set to be the booting drive with your OS on it. In fact that is the ideal way! in a dual drive configuration. Follow this IFIXIT guide: [guide|7575|Installing iMac Intel 27" EMC 2429 Dual Hard Drive Kit]. In your case its a SSD Vs a Hard Disk. It's the same steps!
 
The inline thermal sensor is only needed if you remove the current hard disk. Just to be clear here I wouldn't do that unless your current drive is suffering. Even still I think you'll prefer a dual drive setup Vs just running a smallerthe SSD alone.
The inline thermal sensor is only needed if you remove the current hard disk. Just to be clear here I wouldn't do that unless your current drive is suffering. Even still I think you'll prefer a dual drive setup Vs just running a smallerthe SSD alone.
 
Now the only issue you do face here is the newest version of OS-X (10.10.x) will not allow 3rd party TRIM services from working currently [http://www.zdnet.com/article/os-x-yosemite-and-third-party-ssds-heres-what-you-need-to-know/|OS X Yosemite and third-party SSDs: Here's what you need to know]. So you will need to review what Samsung offers with their SSD drive or look at a different drive that has cleanup service within the SSD units firmware.

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Yes, the SSD can be set to be the booting drive with your OS on it. In fact that is the ideal way! in a dual drive configuration. Follow this IFIXIT guide: [guide|7575|Installing iMac Intel 27" EMC 2429 Dual Hard Drive Kit]. In your case its a SSD Vs a Hard Disk. It's the same steps!

The inline thermal sensor is only needed if you remove the current hard disk. Just to be clear here I wouldn't do that unless your current drive is suffering. Even still I think you'll prefer a dual drive setup Vs just running a smaller SSD alone.

Now the only issue you do face here is the newest version of OS-X (10.10.x) will not allow 3rd party TRIM services from working currently [http://www.zdnet.com/article/os-x-yosemite-and-third-party-ssds-heres-what-you-need-to-know/|OS X Yosemite and third-party SSDs: Here's what you need to know]. So you will need to review what Samsung offers with their SSD drive or look at a different drive that has cleanup service within the SSD units firmware.

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