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Model A1419 / Late 2013 / 3.2 & 3.4 GHz Core i5 or 3.5 GHz Core i7 Processor, ID iMac14,2

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PM981 Nvme ssd incompatible?


its me again… Recently I put a Samsung PM981 nvme with a sintech ngff m2 adapter into my imac14,2 (27” late 2013), and now Ive got issues with installing macOS on it. When I try to install, my iMac crashes, and I get this Error: .

Sorry, I just don’t want proprietary hardware into my Mac since its just really expensive.

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There’s a reason you put parts into a Mac that are made for it.

They work and the others do not. Live with it.

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Kernel panic seems self explanatory enough: "NVME fatal error"


Sorry I overread this. Now I’ve ordered a new nvme which is listed on another sintech’s compatibility list and a owc thermal kit. Have a nice day


I strongly recommend you stick with either a real Apple SSD or one that is a direct plugin (OWC or Transcend). I don't recommend these adapters with M.2 SSD's.

Just like driving on the wrong side of the road... you only get hurt when someone else is coming the other way!


@danj Do the British dive on the wrong side or do we?


@mayer - In a few years when we all have self driving cars it won't even matter! ;-}

Just off the coast of Florida is one of those wacky islands the Bahamas where people drive on the other side ;-}


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