Mac Pro SSD Upgrade Guide
SSD Upgrade Guide for Your Mac Pro
There is plenty of space in a standard Mac Pro to install more drives. A SSD drive is like a new engine for your Mac, and keep you in that power user classification!
There are two different ways to install a SSD in a Mac Pro. Choose which Mac pro you have, and find out how easy it is to make you Mac like new.
Option 1. 2009 to 2013 Mac Pro (Macpro4,1 & MacPro5,1)
Option 2. 2006 to 2008 Mac Pro (Macpro1,1 & 2,1 & 3,1)
Option 3. 2014 Mac Pro "trashcan"...
CLICK on the number on the left to find out more.
Choose your SSD size
When choosing an SSD size, it is best to match the size to your current hard drive capacity or to upgrade to a larger size. If your current drive is 320GB consider a 525GB. This will ensure you can clone your whole drive to the new SSD and there is room for extra data in the future.
Choose an option kit
We have put these kits together to add to the SSD you buy. Each kit has everything you need depending on how you add your new SSD drive to your Mac. Kits are put together with a discount, it is cheaper to buy a kit than it is to buy the items individually
Choose items individually
If you only need one or two items, you can buy them here.