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'''Hold that thought!'''
 
Not so quick here your Mac Pro may not be able to run High Sierra! First a HDD and a SSD are now treated differently! A HDD will have GUID/Mac OS Extended (Journaled) file system unlike the SSD which will have GUID/APFS.
 
Apple also has an issue with SATA based SSD's running APFS! (too many queues created which slows writing files) So I don't recommend going any higher than Sierra with these systems until Apple addresses this. As reference it takes over a minute for me to save a URL link into a folder! Or a Pages document stalls out when I try to save it for the first time so I can't work on it until its done! I'm just testing the newest BETA so far no improvements.
Apple also has an issue with SATA based SSD's running APFS! (too many queues created which slows writing files) So I don't recommend going any higher than Sierra with these systems until Apple addresses this. As reference it takes over a minute for me to save a URL link into a folder! Or a Pages document stalls out when I try to save it for the first time so I can't work on it until its done! I'm just testing the newest BETA so far no improvements.
 
@mayer can fill-in the steps he did to get Sierra running on his Mac Pro

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Aporte original por: Dan ,

Texto:

'''Hold that thought!'''

Not so quick here your Mac Pro may not be able to run High Sierra! First a HDD and a SSD are now treated differently! A HDD will have GUID/Mac OS Extended (Journaled) file system unlike the SSD which will have GUID/APFS.

Apple also has an issue with SATA based SSD's running APFS! (too many queues created which slows writing files) So I don't recommend going any higher than Sierra with these systems until Apple addresses this.

@mayer can fill-in the steps he did to get Sierra running on his Mac Pro

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open