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Sadly Apple does not offer upgrades for this system. So you'll need to find an independent Apple servicer who can get the SSD spares part from Apple and put it in for you (very expensive solution!)
 
While you could do this your self this is an advanced DIY project and you could damage the display if you don't follow the IFIXIT guide to the letter. You would still need to locate the custom Apple blade SSD (PCIe x4 NVM express SSD), which will be very difficult. Here's the IFIXIT guide you'll need to follow: [guide|30537|iMac Intel 27" Retina 5K Display SSD Replacement]
 
Frankly, I think it's a lot safer and cheaper just to get an external Thunderbolt 2 SSD RAID drive. You'll get better performance than swapping out the HD for a SSDSSD (if you where thinking on going that way), but not quite as fast as the built-in blade SSD (very close though!)
Frankly, I think it's a lot safer and cheaper just to get an external Thunderbolt 2 SSD RAID drive. You'll get better performance than swapping out the HD for a SSDSSD (if you where thinking on going that way), but not quite as fast as the built-in blade SSD (very close though!)
 
Here's one unit: [http://eshop.macsales.com/shop/Thunderbolt/External-Drive/OWC/ThunderBay-4-mini|OWC ThunderBay 4 mini]

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Sadly Apple does not offer upgrades for this system. So you'll need to find an independent Apple servicer who can get the SSD spares part from Apple and put it in for you (very expensive solution!)
 
While you could do this your self this is an advanced DIY project and you could damage the display if you don't follow the IFIXIT guide to the letter. You would still need to locate the custom Apple blade SSD (PCIe x4 NVM express SSD), which will be very difficult. Here's the IFIXIT guide you'll need to follow: [guide|30537|iMac Intel 27" Retina 5K Display SSD Replacement]
 
Frankly, I think it's a lot safer and easiercheaper just to get an external Thunderbolt 2 SSD RAID drive. You'll get better performance than swapping out the HD for a SSD, but not quite as fast as the built-in blade SSD (very close though!)
Frankly, I think it's a lot safer and easiercheaper just to get an external Thunderbolt 2 SSD RAID drive. You'll get better performance than swapping out the HD for a SSD, but not quite as fast as the built-in blade SSD (very close though!)
 
Here's one unit: [http://eshop.macsales.com/shop/Thunderbolt/External-Drive/OWC/ThunderBay-4-mini|OWC ThunderBay 4 mini]

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Sadly Apple does not offer upgrades for this system. So you'll need to find an independent Apple servicer who can get the SSD spares part from Apple and put it in for you (very expensive solution!)
Sadly Apple does not offer upgrades for this system. So you'll need to find an independent Apple servicer who can get the SSD spares part from Apple and put it in for you (very expensive solution!)
 
While you could do this your self this is an advanced DIY project and you could damage the display if you don't follow the IFIXIT guide to the letter. You would still need to locate the custom Apple blade SSD (PCIe x4 NVM express SSD), which will be very difficult.

Here's
Here's the IFIXIT guide you'll need to follow: [guide|30537|iMac Intel 27" Retina 5K Display SSD Replacement]
While you could do this your self this is an advanced DIY project and you could damage the display if you don't follow the IFIXIT guide to the letter. You would still need to locate the custom Apple blade SSD (PCIe x4 NVM express SSD), which will be very difficult.

Here's
Here's the IFIXIT guide you'll need to follow: [guide|30537|iMac Intel 27" Retina 5K Display SSD Replacement]
 
Frankly, I think it's a lot safer and easier just to get an external Thunderbolt 2 SSD RAID drive. You'll get better performance than swapping out the HD for a SSD, but not quite as fast as the built-in blade SSD (very close though!)
 
Here's one unit: [http://eshop.macsales.com/shop/Thunderbolt/External-Drive/OWC/ThunderBay-4-mini|OWC ThunderBay 4 mini]

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Sadly Apple does not offer upgrades for this system. So you'll need to find an independent Apple servicer who can get the SSD spares part from Apple and put it in for you (very expensive solution!) While

While
you could do this your self this is an advanced DIY project and you could damage the display if you don't follow the IFIXIT guide to the letter. You would still need to locate the custom Apple blade SSD (PCIe x4 NVM express SSD), which will be very difficult.
Sadly Apple does not offer upgrades for this system. So you'll need to find an independent Apple servicer who can get the SSD spares part from Apple and put it in for you (very expensive solution!) While

While
you could do this your self this is an advanced DIY project and you could damage the display if you don't follow the IFIXIT guide to the letter. You would still need to locate the custom Apple blade SSD (PCIe x4 NVM express SSD), which will be very difficult.
 
Here's the IFIXIT guide you'll need to follow: [guide|30537|iMac Intel 27" Retina 5K Display SSD Replacement]
 
Frankly, I think it's a lot safer and easier just to get an external Thunderbolt 2 SSD RAID drive. You'll get better performance than swapping out the HD for a SSD, but not quite as fast as the built-in blade SSD (very close though!)
 
Here's one unit: [http://eshop.macsales.com/shop/Thunderbolt/External-Drive/OWC/ThunderBay-4-mini|OWC ThunderBay 4 mini]

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Editado por: Dan ,

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Sadly Apple does not offer upgrades for this system. So you'll need to find an independent Apple servicer who can get the SSD spares part from Apple and put it in for you (very expensive solution!) While you could do this your self this is an advanced DIY project and you could damage the display if you don't follow the IFIXIT guide to the letter. You would still need to locate the custom Apple blade SSDSSD (PCIe x4 NVM express SSD), which will be very difficult.
Sadly Apple does not offer upgrades for this system. So you'll need to find an independent Apple servicer who can get the SSD spares part from Apple and put it in for you (very expensive solution!) While you could do this your self this is an advanced DIY project and you could damage the display if you don't follow the IFIXIT guide to the letter. You would still need to locate the custom Apple blade SSDSSD (PCIe x4 NVM express SSD), which will be very difficult.
 
Here's the IFIXIT guide you'll need to follow: [guide|30537|iMac Intel 27" Retina 5K Display SSD Replacement]
 
Frankly, I think it's a lot safer and easier just to get an external Thunderbolt 2 SSD RAID drive. You'll get better performance than swapping out the HD for a SSD, but not quite as fast as the built-in blade SSD (very close though!)
 
Here's one unit: [http://eshop.macsales.com/shop/Thunderbolt/External-Drive/OWC/ThunderBay-4-mini|OWC ThunderBay 4 mini]

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Sadly Apple does not offer upgrades for this system. So you'll need to find an independent Apple servicer who can get the SSD spares part from Apple and put it in for you (very expensive solution!) While you could do this your self this is an advanced DIY project and you could damage the display if you don't follow the IFIXIT guide to the letter. You would still need to locate the custom Apple blade SSD.

Here's the IFIXIT guide you'll need to follow: [guide|30537|iMac Intel 27" Retina 5K Display SSD Replacement]

Frankly, I think it's a lot safer and easier just to get an external Thunderbolt 2 SSD RAID drive. You'll get better performance than swapping out the HD for a SSD, but not quite as fast as the built-in blade SSD (very close though!)

Here's one unit: [http://eshop.macsales.com/shop/Thunderbolt/External-Drive/OWC/ThunderBay-4-mini|OWC ThunderBay 4 mini]

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