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Old 07-26-2017, 12:09 AM
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I don't think 2.0 USB micro cable can fit into a WD HD 3.0 micro slot. The 3.0 cable has 2 joined sections, where the 2.0 cable has only 1. Could you clarify please? Thanks

Regarding Fusion Drive, the machine's general operation proved much faster than its original state. Open/Save file time was much faster too. Also, never noticed any operating oddities. Prior to making the decision to switch to the 1TB SSD by OWC, I consulted both an Apple certified repair guy, plus an upper tier Apple tech rep. Both thought the combo would work without issue. Said the interaction of the 2 drives would be seamless from a user perspective.
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