NVME and Apple Mac Compatibility Chart
*You can find this information by going to the Apple Logo → About This Mac → System Report
**xxx.0.0.0.0 is the new Boot ROM system that came out with Mojave, where “x” indicates any number. This also means your firmware is up to date.
NVME SSD and Apple Macs - Known Issues
Known Issues NVME and Apple Macs have a few known and manageable issues that it can be useful to know about in advance. Most of them are due to running new technologies (NVMe) on an old platform (outdated firmware/software). 1. Boot ROM ...
SSD & RAM Installation Videos - Mac Pro (Early 2008)
Mac Pro (Early 2008) Hard Drive and Memory Install Video OWC's step-by-step video of how to install memory in the Apple Mac Pro (Early 2008). Duration: 4:01 Model ID: MacPro3,1
How to format your new Apple NVME SSD to APFS
How to format your new Apple NVME SSD to APFS First install your SSD, we have an article all about this here Once you have it installed, boot up your Mac and immediately hold Command (⌘)-R until you are presented to recovery mode. Once there, go to ...
SSD & RAM Installation Videos - Mac Pro pre-2008
Mac Pro pre-2008 Memory Install Video OWC's step-by-step video of how to install memory in the Apple Mac Pro pre-2008. Duration: 4:36 Model ID: MacPro1,1 | MacPro2,1 Mac Pro pre-2008 Hard Drive Install Video OWC's step-by-step video of how to ...
Fix to apply when Mac OS 10.13 was not installed prior new NVME SSD installation
For a new NVME SSD to be recognised* by an Apple machine, Mac OS 10.13** or newer would need to be installed before the new NVME SSD is installed. However, if your original SSD suddenly stopped working and you didn't already have Mac OS 10.13 or ...