DIY Bundle kit with Integral P series SSD and tools for 21.5-inch 2012 to 2019 iMacs
This bungle is made with Integral SSD and installation tools to service 21.5-inch Apple iMac models released since 2012 to 2019
The complete solution for your 2012 and later 21.5" iMac
Experience the extreme performance of an Integral SSD upgrade with this easy DIY SSD and hard drive replacement kit. Add an SSD to your hard drive equipped iMac to experience faster booting, near instant application launches and data transfer speeds up over 500 MB/s.
Fast and reliable solid-state storage
Delivering the latest in flash NAND and controller technology, utilizing SLC and 3D NAND for long-lasting, power-efficient performance, the Integral P series 6G SSD line offers a powerful combination of performance and reliability for demanding everyday computer users.
A True DIY upgrade
This comprehensive kit has all the tools you need to replace your factory HDD with a high-performance SSD, bringing a complete DIY upgrade within your reach. Includes drivers, glass removal suction cups, and screen adhesive so you can get the job done yourself. The included Express 2.5" USB 3.0 enclosure offers maximum mobile data storage/backup potential with a sleek, totally bus powered design. Just add your iMac's factory 2.5" hard drive or SSD and take your digital life with you wherever you roam!
Please note, that before attempting to perform this installation, it is recommended you watch the associated instructional video in its entirety to determine your ability to perform this complex procedure. OWC assumes no responsibility for damage that may occur during the install.
(1) Integral P series 6G SSD
(1) OWC Express enclosure - black
(2) OWC 2-1/4" Suction Cup
(1) Torx T10 driver
(1) 21.5" iMac Adhesive tape set for proper display resealing
(1) Nylon Pry Tool (Spudger)
(1) OWC Screen Removal Tool
(1) OWC Blue Microfiber Screen Cleaning Cloth
NOTE: This kit contains consumable and/or one-time-use components and therefore is non-refundable if opened. If you have any concerns about your ability to perform the upgrade, you can return the unopened kit for a refund.
|Available Capacities||256GB/ 500GB/ 512GB/ 1TB|
|Manufacturer part numbers||INSSD256GS625P5/ INSSD500GS625P5/ INSSD512GS625P5/ INSSD1TS625P5|
|Form Factor||2.5 Inch|
|Interface||SATA III 6Gbps
Also Compatible with SATA II 3Gbps
Also compatible with SATA 1.5Gbps
|Sequential Speed (up to)*||
256GB - READ 530MB/s, WRITE 510MB/s
500GB - READ 560MB/s, WRITE 540MB/s
512GB - READ 560MB/s, WRITE 540MB/s
1TB - READ 560MB/s, WRITE 540MB/s
|Power consumption (read) (Watt) / Power consumption (write) (Watt)||256GB - Read 1,75 / Write 1,85
500GB - Read 1,9 / Write 2,0
512GB - Read 1,9 / Write 2,
1TB - Read 2,1 / Write 2,1
|Operating Temp||0° - +70°C|
|Supports SMART Software||Yes|
|Supports TRIM||Yes (OS support required)|
|MTBF||>2 Million Hours|
|Compliancy||CE, FCC, RoHS|
|2,5-inch External enclosure specification||
Compact and versatile – No AC Adapter Required!
Other DetailsiMac w/Retina 4K display (21.5-inch Early 2019) (March 2019) Model ID:iMac19,2 | 3.6GHz i3, 3.0GHz i5, 3.2GHz i7
iMac w/Retina 4K display (21.5-inch Mid 2017) (June 2017) Model ID:iMac18,2 | 3.0GHz i5, 3.4GHz i5, 3.6GHz i7
iMac (21.5-inch Mid 2017) (June 2017) Model ID:iMac18,1 | 2.3GHz i5
iMac w/ Retina 4K display (21.5-inch Late 2015) (October 2015) Model ID:iMac16,2 | 3.1GHz i5, 3.3GHz i7
iMac (21.5-inch Late 2015) (October 2015) Model ID:iMac16,1 | 1.6GHz i5, 2.8GHz i5
iMac (21.5-inch Mid 2014) (June 2014) Model ID: iMac14,4 | 1.4GHz i5
iMac (21.5-inch Late 2013) (September 2013) Model ID: iMac14,3 | 2.9GHz i5 or 3.1GHz i7
iMac (21.5-inch Late 2013) (September 2013) Model ID: iMac14,1 | 2.7GHz i5
iMac (21.5-inch Early 2013) (March 2013) Model ID: iMac13,1 | 3.3GHz i3
iMac (21.5-inch Late 2012) (October 2012) Model ID: iMac13,1 | 2.7GHz i5 , 2.9GHz i5, 3.1GHz i7
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The kit sent was exactly right for my 2013 iMac.The tools were good. All went as in the instruction video except my SATA connector was solid and not in two sections. Getting it off and onto the new SSD meant a bit more dismantling but nothing scary. I made use of the spare set of double sided tape as I messed up the final setting down of the screen onto the iMac frame - the trickiest manipulation for me. Finally I hadn't appreciated that the express box included allowed me to use the replaced HHD as an external hard disc. This was a great extra that works well. The iMac has had a new lease of life with the SSD.