OWC Aura SSD for Mac Pro
1.0TB Internal Solid State Drive Upgrade and Envoy Pro Storage Solution
- First internal SSD upgrade for 2013 Mac Pro
- 1TB internal capacity - up to four times more than the factory drive
- Free how-to videos and all tools included
- Re-purpose the factory-installed SSD as a blazing fast portable drive
- 3 year comprehensive OWC SSD warranty
Get Up To Sixteen Times Factory Capacity
For the first time, upgrade your 2013 Mac Pro's internal SSD and gain up to eight times the original capacity. Available in 1TB, 2TB and 4TB capacities, the Aura SSD for Mac Pro continues OWC's dedication to giving you more from your Mac.
Take the Factory SSD With You
The OWC Aura SSD for Mac Pro kit includes the award-winning Envoy Pro SSD enclosure, allowing you to easily repurpose the factory-installed Mac Pro SSD as an elegant aluminum-body USB 3.0 external drive for incredible portable performance.
Freedom To Do More
Regardless of which size factory SSD you're replacing, an Aura SSD upgrade gives you more space to work, create and play. Store large photo, music and video libraries, and improve efficiency in creative workflows. Such a huge capacity boost removes the factory capacity limit, giving you the freedom to do more on your Mac Pro.
Innovative, Dependable, and Made for Mac
Built on the time-tested Aura platform of high-performance SSDs, the Aura SSD for Mac Pro is the only internal SSD upgrade solution custom engineered for your Mac Pro. OWC SSDs feature an industry leading suite of controller technologies to deliver longevity and dependable performance along with up to double the maximum internal factory capacity.
Upgrade Easy with OWC
The Aura SSD for Mac Pro upgrade kit comes complete with everything you need for a simple DIY upgrade. OWC's comprehensive, free install videos guide you through the process step-by-step. Upgrading your Mac Pro with OWC couldn't be easier. Click here
for all Mac Pro install videos.
When this drive is installed and formatted, the corresponding Desktop icon will appear as an external drive. This is related to how the operating system identifies the drive and is purely aesthetic; it has no impact on drive performance. Please visit our FAQs for tips on how to manually update the icon.