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Will an SSD with a heatsink fit just fine?

Will an SSD with heat sink, like the XPG Gammix, fit inside?

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It fits! I'm just showing what it looks like, and I'm able to close and install macOS on it.

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@yami98729 - There’s a bit more than physically fitting it! Just because this SSD has a shallow heat sink it’s not very effective!

There is two modes to heat sinks.

- The first is a heat dump allowing the device in this case a SSD to display its buildup heat into the heat sink. But once the heat sink is at equilibrium with the SSD’s heat level it doesn’t offer any further benefit!

- The second mode is to send the heat away within an air stream. In the case of CPU’s we have a split system a heat dump and then a heat removal part which is where the heat transfer tubes within a fin unit with a fan blowing across shed the heat externally!

Here with your SSD you don’t have any room for that with this heat sink it is nothing more than a heat dump without a means to get rid of it’s collected heat. The heat sinks which have sizable fins in them assume the air flow across can wick away the heat.

So you are double dammed here as the lack of sufficient surface area to even allow the little airflow that might pass by a way to take the heat away.

Which is why not having one is the better answer as there’s more surface to shed the heat within the unobstructed air flow.

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Sorry there is no room installed for any heat sink based blade SSD drive.

First none of Apples or even the makers of proper SSD's for Apples custom interface use heat sinks.

While in the M.2 world a lot of makers have pressed on the idea they are needed. Please don't get caught up on the hype!

Lets look at this more objectively! Does your car have racing tires? And is designed to be aerodynamic at 100MPH if not more! My street car surely isn't!

While your MacBook is one of the best ones Apple produced it is still a street car! Not a race car!

I have two and I love them to bits too! But they have their limits as a top end street car 😎 running down the German autobahn! Clearly not suitable for the streets of New York city, nor the Indy500 either!

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No, the Mac uses a proprietary connector so you need an adapter or a compatible SSD (and beware of the size with a heatsink). There is a guide about it:
Remplacement du SSD du MacBook Pro 15" Retina mi-2015 SSD

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I'm aware of the adapter. Already bought it

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