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2.0TB OWC 6G SSD
and HDD Kit for all 2011 iMacs

Mac
Mercury Electra SSD and iMac HDD Kit
Upgrade with Confidence!
The complete solution for your 2011 iMac
Experience the extreme performance of an OWC 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 lightning fast data transfer speeds.
Fast and reliable solid-state storage
With incredible sustained data speeds, up to 100X greater data protection than enterprise class Hard Disk Drives, and RAISE technology for RAID like data protection and reliability, the OWC Mercury 6G SSD line delivers unbeatable performance, that's backed by an incredible OWC SSD Limited Warranty.
Upgrade Your iMac with Confidence.
OWC's in-line solution is the only hardware digital thermal sensor on the market allowing a third-party SATA drive to be installed in your iMac. A convenient, plug-and-play cable, the In-line Digital Thermal Sensor eliminates fan noise and maintains proper system fan control through the iMac's System Management Controller. This innovative device is designed specifically for the iMac, requires no software hacks and ensures compatibility with Apple's built-in diagnostic processes.
Maintains highest performance while offering ultimate convenience
The NewerTech AdaptaDrive has been benchmark test proven to deliver the same data transfer rates as is experienced when a drive is connected directly to the SATA data bus. The AdaptaDrive doesn't create a bottleneck or any performance throttling...it delivers pure data pass-through performance and drive use convenience from any 2.5" SATA 1.5Gb/s, 3Gb/s, or 6Gb/s hard drive or SSD.


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.

Release Candidate (RC) firmware set

There are two kinds of firmware for SSDs Mass Production (MP) and Release Candidate (RC). Prior to an MP firmware release, there are beta firmware releases and an RC firmware release. Often, the RC is the same as the MP release, however there can be small changes and bug fixes made between the two. OWC has evaluated the RC for the 6Gb/s SandForce 2281 Processor and found it to be stable with no issues reported during our testing. However, as with any evolutionary product, issues may surface as different usages and configurations are employed and it is important to understand that there will be further updates and revisions.

Since no firmware update is currently offered for the OWC Mercury EXTREME Pro 6G SSD, no update page exists. To see the typical steps involved with a self performed field firmware update, please visit our 3Gb/s product update page at: http://eshop.macsales.com/Customized_Pages/Framework.cfm?page=sf_firmware.html

It is important to note that the current firmware update tool requires the use of Windows XP/Vista/7. OWC is currently working on a Mac OS based update tool, but we do not have an exact availability date.

2.0TB Mercury Electra 6G SSD Specifications:

Specifications

Controller
Silicon Motion 2258 with 7% Over Provisioning
Form Factor
Standard 7mm 2.5"
Interface
SATA 6Gb/s, 3Gb/s & 1.5Gb/s supported, SATA 3.0 Compliant
Capacity 1
1920GB useable capacity
Total Flash Memory Components – 2048GB
128GB allocated to real-time data redundancy & error correction
SMART Attributes
Standard 2
Native Command Queuing
up to 32 commands
Manufacturer Model Number
OWCS3D7E6GT2.0
RoHS Compliant
Yes
Format

Physical

Height (max)
7mm (0.276″)
OWC 7mm – 9.5mm Adapter
1 included (buy additional)
Width (max)
70.06mm (2.758″)
Length (max)
100.12mm (3.941″)
Weight
77 grams +/- 2 grams
0.170 lbs +/- 2.71 oz

Reliability

MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures)
1,500,000
TRIM Support
OS Dependent

Power

Active
2.1 W
Idle
0.9 W

Environmental (Operating)

Temperature (°F)
32°F to 158°F
Temperature (°C)
0°C to 70°C

Environmental (Non-Operating)

Temperature (°F)
-40°F to 185°F
Temperature (°C)
-40°C to 85°C
  1. 1GB = 1,000,000,000 bytes. Total accessible capacity varies depending upon operating environment (typically 5-10% less). The actual total capacity will depend on your own defined file settings/preferences. 
  2. Temperature reporting is currently an unsupported feature because due to the operating characteristics of SSDs, it is highly unlikely one would ever exceed an OWC Mercury SSD's stated operating temperature ceiling of 158F/70C. However, we are looking into supporting this feature in the future via a firmware update. Firmware updates can be found here: http://eshop.macsales.com/tech_center/OWC/SSD.

AdaptaDrive Specifications:

NewerTech Part Number

  • ADPTADRV

Drive Inteface

  • Fully SATA Revision 3.0 (6Gb/s) compatible
  • SATA Revision 2.0 (3Gb/s) and 1.0 (1.5Gb/s) compatible

Drive Supported

  • (1) 2.5" SATA 6Gb/s drive

Material

  • Black painted Aluminum

Dimensions

  • Height: 0.4 in (1.0 cm)
  • Width: 4.0 in (10.2 cm)
  • Length: 5.8 in (14.7 cm)

Weight (Without Drives

  • 3.5 oz (99.2 g)
Manufacturer provided specifications for Other World Computing p/n KITIM11HE2TB UPC#: 812437026023

Gallery

27" iMac Install Video


21.5" iMac Install Video


This product is compatible with... Learn how to find your Mac's model ID
iMac Intel
iMac (27-inch Mid 2011)
(May 2011)
Model ID: iMac12,2
2.7GHz i5, 3.1GHz i5, 3.4GHz i7
iMac Intel
iMac (21.5-inch Late 2011)
(August 2011)
Model ID: iMac12,1
3.1GHz i3
iMac Intel
iMac (21.5-inch Mid 2011)
(May 2011)
Model ID: iMac12,1
2.5GHz i5 , 2.7GHz i5, 2.8GHz i7

Includes

  • (1) OWC Mercury 6G SSD
  • (1) AdaptaDrive 2.5" to 3.5" Drive Converter Bracket
  • (1) OWC In-line Digital Thermal Sensor Cable
  • (2) OWC 2-1/4" Suction Cup
  • (1) Torx T10 driver
  • (1) Torx T8 driver
  • (1) Nylon Pry Tool (Spudger)
  • (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.

Warranty

The best warranty is one you never have to use - but should the need occur - we're proud to provide a superior level of support and service coverage to our customers.

3 Year OWC SSD Limited Warranty on the OWC Mercury Electra 6G SSD

1 Year OWC Brand Standard Limited Warranty on the OWC In-line Thermal Sensor cable

5 Year NewerTech Product Limited Warranty on the NewerTech AdaptaDrive

Even when not used, we understand the peace of mind afforded by a longer warranty period. OWC's industry leading coverage is a testament to our confidence in the reliability of the solutions that we offer. OWC solutions are engineered to demanding quality standards in order to deliver the most reliable, highest performance available on the market in each storage category.

Customer Ratings

Write a Review 4.9 / 5 18 out of 20 (90%) reviewers would recommend this product
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Verified Buyer
Reviewer: 47adrian47 Location: Crestline, CA Age: 45-54 Experience Level: Home User Owned Product: 1-3 months
Rating: 5/5 Like a new computer! November 3, 2018 I finally took the leap to SSD when the OEM 1TB hard drive died. Good thing I had a recent Time Machine backup. The video of the install was very helpful. I followed it and only had a few hiccups. One major was the bracket adaptor for the SSD and the data cable. The instructions were a little weak on that one. I have had it for almost a year and I have to say the computer feels new again. I strongly recommend this if you have an iMac that still can do what you want it to but is slowing down.

I would recommend this item to a friend! This review is from DIY Kit for 2011 iMac's factory HDD: 500GB OWC Mercury Electra 6G SSD.. Customer Videos:

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Reviewer: Applal Location: Wisconsin Age: Over 65 Experience Level: Home User Owned Product: 1-3 months
Rating: 5/5 Speedy old iMac! June 25, 2018 I had the perfect moment to choose to replace my HD in my iMac. It failed. I had said I would either buy a new iMac or replace the failed HD with an SSD in hope of regaining some lost "snap" to my 2011 iMac. Boy, did I ever get it back. Boot times are incredibly fast, launch times are very fast, render and saves in photo and video work are vastly improved. The only think hard about the install has nothing to do with the new SSD and just to the care and tools needed to disassemble the iMac. I had already been inside a couple of times for other issues, and thus, this was relatively easy. Booted from a system backup, formatted the SSD, installed from recent Time Machine backup, and I was up and running in a few hours. And it's been sweet ever since. I'm very happy I made this choice!

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Reviewer: YL2047 Age: 25-34 Experience Level: Hobbiest Owned Product: 1-3 months
Rating: 5/5 Well assembled kit. April 11, 2018 The kit contained all the essentials you'll need to install your SSD. If there were any words of advice that I could offer, it would be to definitely take your time putting the adhesive strips down. Do not handle them too long as they can stretch and end up not fitting nicely on the chassis.

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Reviewer: AZAX Location: Old Tappan, NJ Age: Over 65 Experience Level: Home User Owned Product: less than a month
Rating: 5/5 Great Upgrade March 29, 2018 I replaced my original 2011 iMac hard drive with a new SSD. My goodness, what a fantastic improvement in performance. My system funs WAY faster accessing my huge image files. Absolutely worth the installation time and cost of upgrade.

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Reviewer: MerpelTComstock
Rating: 5/5 Defeated by Tiny Connector! I Gave Up on Installation March 1, 2018 I was all set to get the SSD in my iMac, and I had reviewed the video repeatedly and rehearsed and memorized each step. I successfully removed the glass and screen, but when I got to the vertical sync cable it just WOULD not snap out as it was supposed to. My natural tendency would have been to just pull hard, but this was the first time I'd gone inside my Mac, and I don't do this professionally, or even repeatedly. Yeah, and let's not forget about the torx screwdriver I dropped inside the iMac and had to retrieve with a magnetized screwdriver.

I stopped while I was ahead, closed the iMac, and took it to a local computer store. For 1 hour's labor plus tax, a total of $89.87, they installed the drive, which is working perfectly.

Remind me not to try this again!

The installation seemed really straightforward, but if you don't have experience working inside a narrow space with small, sensitive connections-- and HAM HANDS-- save yourself the trouble, buy the drive and pay for the installation.

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Reviewer: chillybase Age: 35-44 Experience Level: Home User Owned Product: less than a month
Rating: 5/5 It Works February 12, 2018 I was a bit nervous taking apart my iMac fearing that I might break the glass or screen. But the directions were easy to follow and I successfully replaced my ailing hard drive with a new SSD.

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Reviewer: Whereismyglasses Location: San Diego, Ca Age: Over 65 Experience Level: Home User
Rating: 5/5 DIY Kit for 2011 iMac's SSD was successful January 31, 2018 The installation of the new SSD drive went pretty smoothly. Nonetheless I want to offer a few comments regarding this installation.

1. Pulling off the screen using using the handles provided was a little hard. It must be done in just the right way for the screen to come off. 2. Once screen is off it would be a good idea to blow off the dust before you working on removing the old drive. It just makes it easier to see. 3. Pulling off the various connectors was tricky. These connectors are small and in tight spots.

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Reviewer: Macnuts Location: Montreal, Canada Age: 55-65 Experience Level: Home User Owned Product: less than a month
Rating: 5/5 Great product, easy installation. January 23, 2018 My iMac mid 2011 is now 5 X faster than with the original Hard Drive. Installation was somewhat easy, thanks to the video. Since the video was about changing the HDD, I had to contact OWC tech chat service to know where to stick the provided thermo sensor. Answer was friendly, quick and accurate. A picture of the installed SSD drive with thermo sensor would help on this subject. Sorry, I failed to take one myself and send it to OWC. Instructions on formatting the new SSD drive was also a great tool. I also contacted OWC tech chat service about TRIM since it was not active in my first System report. I was informed that the "Electra SSDs do not require TRIM at all, as they utilize over-provisioning technology". But enabling TRIM will not hurt anything but may not improve anything as well. Since I'm no fan of using the Terminal, (scared of doing permanent damage) I decided to activate TRIM with "Trim Enabler " and having the option easily reversible. Version 4 of this utility is compatible with Mac OS High Sierra. So far, the iMac is faster than ever. I often check the read and write speeds and get around 5 MB/s readings. Once again, 2 thumbs up OWC !

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Reviewer: Kalfan Location: Victoria, British Columbia, Canada Age: Over 65 Experience Level: Home User Owned Product: 1-3 months
Rating: 4/5 Outstanding upgrade for 2011 iMac 27" November 13, 2017 I've been very impressed with products and service from Macsales, particularly relating the linked extremely detailed Youtube videos. These videos are so well done you can prereview all aspects of the task at hand and then decide beforehand if this is something you are comfortable taking on. My 2011 iMac had a dead HDD and having successfully upgraded my 2009 MacBook Pro to a SSD was wondering if I could do the same with the iMac. There was a specific video I followed step by step with tips to avoid certain difficulties (like tiny screws being attracted to powerful magnets holding the glass in place). This upgrade has breathed new life into both my 2009 MacBook Pro and my 2011 iMac - both are performing better than new.

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Reviewer: Garett Location: Vancouver Canada
Rating: 5/5 Install went well but connectors in video are really small October 24, 2017 Install was straightforward. Followed the easy video. The only caveat is that the connectors which look big in the video are very small. Fortunately, I had a friend to help me to hold screen while I disconnected it.

All is good. Very happy with the snappy performance of the SSD drive and faster boot.

Thanks again. Will be getting SSD upgrade for y personal at home Mac Mini.

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Reviewer: Pollinator Location: Vancouver, BC Age: 55-65 Experience Level: Home User Owned Product: 1-3 months
Rating: 5/5 So Fast, I lost my Hair! October 12, 2017 The placement of my hard drive to a SSD has been worth every penny! The tutorial video was very helpful and clear. I needed some assistance to transfer the data from my external drive to the new SSD. Fantastic support; highly professional, encouraging, patient and very clear in their advice. When I finally turned on my iMac, the instant speed and access to my programs were enough to lose my hair! I would highly recommend MACSales!

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Reviewer: Sydney2000 Location: Amarillo, TX Age: Over 65 Experience Level: Power User Owned Product: less than a month
Rating: 5/5 Every thing worked September 25, 2017 Used the 2.5" external case to put the SSD drive in to clone the internal drive on the iMac. Removed the cover screen and the Led screen. install the SSD in the carrier and attached with the cable provided. Reassembled every thing. Booted right up with no problems. Great Kit for installing SSD and Video instructions on you web site. Thank you

I would recommend this item to a friend! This review is from DIY Kit for 2011 iMac's factory HDD: 250GB OWC Mercury Electra 6G SSD.. Customer Videos:

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Reviewer: Jazzmen Location: Buenos Aires Age: 55-65 Experience Level: Power User Owned Product: 1-3 months
Rating: 5/5 Excelent product September 13, 2017 This review is from DIY Kit for 2011 iMac's factory HDD: 500GB OWC Mercury Electra 6G SSD.. Customer Videos:
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Reviewer: MikeMac
Rating: 5/5 Great purchase August 23, 2017 The hard drive on my 2011 Mac failed after 6 years of daily use. After exploring the OWC site I realized that I could replace it myself with a SSD for less than it would cost for a hard drive installed by Apple. The SSD and tools necessary to replace the drive arrived in 2 days as expected. Following the video instructions on their site I was able to successfully install the new SSD and now have a blazingly faster Mac. Great customer service! OWC called a few days later to find out how everything was going and if I had any questions.

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Reviewer: ededed Experience Level: IT Professional Owned Product: less than a month
Rating: 4/5 Tools are great, documentation needs refinement August 22, 2017 The tools the kit all worked fine. The problem I ran into were in the video tutorials. There is no specific video on the item page for simply replacing your main HD w/ an SSD. You can easily start down the wrong path by selecting a video that seems like the one you need.

Adding a video for replacing your main HD w/ a SSD would make it great!

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Reviewer: OldHand Location: MS Age: Over 65 Experience Level: Power User Owned Product: less than a month
Rating: 5/5 Great service. Great product. Great price. July 18, 2017 The person I spoke with on the phone was very patient and helpful in narrowing down my needs. I ordered a solid state update drive for an iMac 2011. The price, including the install kit, was very good. The install video was very clear and easy to follow. I heartily recommend the product and the service.

I would recommend this item to a friend! This review is from DIY Kit for 2011 iMac's factory HDD: 120GB OWC Mercury Electra 6G SSD.. Customer Videos:

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Reviewer: NoMorePCsPlease Location: Rocklin, CA Age: 25-34 Experience Level: Home User Owned Product: less than a month
Rating: 5/5 Mandatory Upgrade July 13, 2017 Not new to the Mac scene, but not affluent enough to buy new iMacs...Yet. I saw a beautiful i7 2.8 Ghz iMac 2011 on CL and picked it up on the same day. It had the upgraded 2 TB HD which did not feel slow but just didn't feel snappy for todays standards. I googled a SSD swap for a 2001 iMac and up came OWC. After watching the online install video and finding the 256 SSD kit incredibly affordable, I purchased the kit and waited for it to arrive. It was a very simple install for me (never opened up an iMac before) and gives you a great excuse to dust and clean up the insides on your iMac. I will say that it is extremely helpful to also purchase an enclosure for your HD so that you can install macOS with little hassle once your iMac is reassembled. I installed everything at 2am and ended up having to wait for Fry's electronics to open so that I could boot up my machine with the original HD and install macOS Sierra fresh.Thumbs way up for such a well put together kit with a solid SSD and solid email/phone support from David! Thanks team - I also bought 32GB of OWC RAM (came today and I installed it in 15 minutes). SSD+32GB RAM = Sweet Spot for these wonderful machines.

I would recommend this item to a friend! This review is from DIY Kit for 2011 iMac's factory HDD: 240GB OWC Mercury Electra 6G SSD.. Customer Videos:

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Reviewer: Parky50 Location: Colorado Springs, CO Age: 45-54 Experience Level: IT Professional Owned Product: 1-3 months
Rating: 5/5 DIY Kit for 2011 iMac 1.0TB OWC July 10, 2017 I am amazed... My 2011 iMac has never acted like this !!! I never realized how slow and clunky my iMac was until iI installed the DIY Kit for 2011 iMac's factory HDD: 1.0TB OWC Mercury Electra 6G SSD. All the applications simply pop right into action when opened. No more waiting when trying to access the more intensive applications. It's seriously like a brand new machine !!!

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Reviewer: Karma23 Location: Vancouver, BC, Canada Age: 55-65 Experience Level: IT Professional Owned Product: less than a month
Rating: 5/5 Very well done April 11, 2017 Kit arrived promptly and all in good order. While somewhat difficult installation was straightforward with help from youtuble. Macsales sales staff and tech support are all first rate. Very helpful. My order was shipped to Canada and arrived in less than 5 business days. Only unfortunate thing is US/CAN exchange rates are atrocious so it was not inexpensive. I was unable to find this particular heat sensor available in Canada but Macsales.com made the process a breeze.

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Reviewer: Weaves Location: Novi, MI Age: 35-44 Experience Level: Home User Owned Product: less than a month
Rating: 5/5 Super Easy March 31, 2017 Although I am an engineer, the videos and tools made this project a simple task for people of all skill levels. I was able to replace my old hard drive with an upgraded solid state drive in less than an hour. Great price, fast delivery, great product!

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Reviewer: Dumplins Location: Houston Age: Over 65 Experience Level: Home User Owned Product: less than a month
Rating: 5/5 Really nice upgrade March 21, 2017 Really improved performance. I did cheat though because I had a professional install the upgrade.

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Reviewer: Willie Location: Navarre FL Age: 55-65 Experience Level: Home User Owned Product: 1-3 months
Rating: 5/5 Excellent product so far and great customer service March 6, 2017 Purchased the SSD 1TB hard drive for my iMac mid 2011 to replace my failing regular drive. My computer is working just as good or better than when I purchased it new. Love the new drive. When watching the DIY video I was watching the wrong one otherwise very simple to install. I'm no computer genius but all is good for now.

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Reviewer: AndrewT Location: Marietta, GA Age: 45-54 Experience Level: IT Professional Owned Product: 1-3 months
Rating: 5/5 100% compatible March 5, 2017 Competitively priced upgrades at affordable prices and a perfect fit everything.

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Reviewer: Jarkko Location: Vantaa, Finland Age: 35-44 Experience Level: IT Professional Owned Product: less than a month
Rating: 5/5 Couldn't be happier with this product February 21, 2017 First of all the package came super fast to Finland. The video on the website instructing how to replace the hard drive on a 2011 iMac was great. I was a little nervous at first but it went really good. Now the old iMac with a SSD drive works like a charm again! No need to upgrade the whole computer the drive upgrade was enough. Will order a new drive for my Macbook air next! Keep up the good work guys!

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Reviewer: jhardnes
Rating: 5/5 Fast delivery to Norway (14 days), and excellent product February 15, 2017 I would recommend this item to a friend! This review is from DIY Kit for 2011 iMac's factory HDD: 480GB OWC Mercury Electra 6G SSD.. Customer Videos:
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