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INDMEM NVMe PCIe SSD 512GB with Screwdriver Hard Drive Replacement for MacBook Pro Retina Late 2013 – Mid 2015, MacBook Air Mid 2013-2017, iMac…

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INDMEM NVMe PCIe SSD 512GB with Screwdriver Hard Drive Replacement for MacBook Pro Retina Late 2013 – Mid 2015, MacBook Air Mid 2013-2017, iMac…
INDMEM NVMe PCIe SSD 512GB with Screwdriver Hard Drive Replacement for MacBook Pro Retina Late 2013 – Mid 2015, MacBook Air Mid 2013-2017, iMac…

£179.99

Description

  • Built with Silicon Motion Controller, 3D TLC NAND Flash for reliable and superior performance. Lower power consumption
  • 512GB PCIe NVMe Gen3*4 drives fast speed up to: Read speed 1800MB/s, Write speed 1400MB/s. TRIM, NCQ and S.M.A.R.T support, MTBF: 1 million hours
  • Must update original SSD to macOS 10.13 or later version before moving out. New SSD will not be recognized after replacment if original SSD installed 10.12 or earlier Mac OS
  • Need to format and install macOS 10.13 High Sierra or newer system on DMPG3N NVMe SSD
  • Official website provides detailed installation instructions and general problem solutions

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Specification: INDMEM NVMe PCIe SSD 512GB with Screwdriver Hard Drive Replacement for MacBook Pro Retina Late 2013 – Mid 2015, MacBook Air Mid 2013-2017, iMac…

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Brand

‎INDMEM

Specification
Package Dimensions

‎13.6 x 10.7 x 1.9 cm, 120 Grams

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Color

Hard Drive Size

‎512 GB

Hard Drive Interface

‎NVMe

Are Batteries Included

‎No

Item Weight

‎120 g

Reviews (5)

5 reviews for INDMEM NVMe PCIe SSD 512GB with Screwdriver Hard Drive Replacement for MacBook Pro Retina Late 2013 – Mid 2015, MacBook Air Mid 2013-2017, iMac…

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  1. David A.

    You would have been impressed, I was.
    I have never done anything like open up the back of a laptop before, but needs must. I spent ages before ordering this, making sure I had the correct SSD part for my Apple MBP and it arrived next day courtesy of Prime.
    I ordered the SSD with the two screwdrivers, such bling! The accompanying leaflet was very useful but it got forgotten during several youtube viewings, and I got so excited that I was managing to accomplish all the steps, it just seemed a breeze!
    1. Open back, pull plug from Battery, remove screw holding old memory in place, and pull out the memory.
    2. Put new SSD into place, refit holding screw, and reconnect battery. Put back…back.
    3. Switch on holding alt, and then erase new memory with disk utility, then (as I didn’t have an OS on USB) I downloaded it via wifi.
    After 30 mins download and another 20 installing, I had a 1Tb machine up and running.
    Completely bemused, flabbergasted and totally in awe of myself, I can’t tell you how…

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  2. Robert Snary

    This SSD was ordered and arrived as described, I had originally looked at a local computer shop who wanted to charge me £400 for a 256 G SSD and £120 to fit. Although I was on Mojave I decided to do an upgrade to Catalina beforehand time taken catalina upgrade including backup 3 hours, to fit SSD 15 minutes, to format SSD 15 minutes to install OS and restore from time machine backup about 3 1/2 hours. the instructions weren’t possibly as clear as they could be the formatting of the SSD screen wasn’t the same as that presented in Disk Utilities but I bumbled through with occasional references to mac support site.

    Overall the performance is excellent the machine boots in a similar time but operating seems a lot faster, I haven’t done any speed checks. My wallet is also heavier so I am pleased with the results, lesson learned though I didn’t have to update to catalina so could have saved time

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  3. Shabbir

    My Late 2014 Mac Mini’s internal PCIe NVME SSD decide to cease up and stop working, and I needed a replacement urgently. I initially got a regular NVME SSD thinking that it would work fine; but sadly it wouldn’t even fit into the Mac Mini since it’s keying is different (Thank you Apple for not following standards).

    On further research; I found this (as well as a few others), and also saw some adapters that turn a regular NVME SSD into an “Apple compatible” NVME SSD – well I tried the adapter and that failed miserably.

    So finally, I went for this; and I couldn’t be happier. Install was a breeze, the tools it came with also helped (though I had my own set of Torx drivers so didn’t need them, but useful nevertheless).

    I would strongly recommend this to anyone with a Mac Mini (can’t speak for any other type of mac, as I use a Mac Mini only for development and not as a daily driver) Late 2014 – provided you have the PCIe Adapter already installed (if you Mac Mini (Late 2014) came with a…

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  4. Ian Rv Dale

    Had a faulty ssd that had done 7 years…..This item fitted easily to my 2014 Apple mbp (make sure you have correct bits for case screws)

    Booted up and ran tests and the previous 256 gb ssd ran r/w at 500mbs the same machine now reads and writes at 1200mbs +.

    At £105 Thinking of buying another.

    Very impressed.

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  5. Nick love

    I have an old iMac 2017 with a fusion drive. Not that great in boot camp and wanted to speed it up a little. I toyed with the idea Of just upgrading the SSD but I read that by doing that it wouldn’t be much faster and possibly not work with boot camp, plus adapter converters etc just made it seem a bit bodgy.

    I bought this 512gb NVME storage device. The packaging looks cheap and a little tacky with the storage device a little squashed in. I’m not sure about the anti static qualities of the foam either but it was sealed in cellophane wrap and the box inside an anti static bag.

    Due to Apple design – Install is an utter pain due to the location of the port but no reflection on the product itself hence no stars for ease of install.

    Caveat

    If you have a fusion drive model and wish to keep the hard disk – you cannot easily use boot camp. It maybe that you can create your boot camp partition and later plug in the HDD but I did not test this as if I find myself later wanting to restore I’ll…

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