boot HS et MJ on pcie AHCI with Transcend JetDrive 820

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  1. torrentjay macrumors newbie

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    Hello,
    je want to know if i can boot High Sierra or Mojave on MacPro mid-2010 by PCIe AHCI with Transcend JetDrive 820

    Thx
     
  2. tsialex macrumors 601

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    Yes you can, but you will have to buy the same PCIe adaptor as the SSAUX and SSBUX (the OEM Apple SSDs for MacBooks Air/Pro and the Mac Pro 2013). Transcend JetDive 820 use the same pinout as the Apple OEM drives.
     
  3. torrentjay thread starter macrumors newbie

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    waouuu very fast answer^^!!!! thank you

    Do you know this supported adaptor on ebay link please ?

    my english and mac high knowledge are very poor, i try
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    waouuu very fast answer^^!!!! thank you
    Do you know this supported adaptor on ebay link please ?
    my english and mac high knowledge are very poor, i try
     
  4. tsialex macrumors 601

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    This one Adapter Card to PCI-E X4 fr apple 2013 2014 2015 MacBook Air A1465 A1466 SSD New
     
  5. torrentjay thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Thank you

    the "Adapter Card to PCI-E X4 fr apple 2013 2014 2015 MacBook Air A1465 A1466 SSD New" on ebay noticed on red that "the product only support read data and write data in SSD, not support as the system startup disk" so after you the new system can startup on it IF IS JETDRIVE 820 ?
    and i understand NOT SUPPORTED the JETDRIVE 850 because is NVme
     
  6. tsialex macrumors 601

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    I have two "Adapter Card to PCI-E X4 fr apple 2013 2014 2015 MacBook Air A1465 A1466 SSD New". I'm using one with an Apple SSBUX, boots normally when installed into my Mac Pro, as expected.

    Wait, you will gonna buy this Transcend Jet Drive? Forget it.

    You can buy almost any NVMe blade on the market today and boot from it on a Mac Pro (after you update your BootROM to 140.0.0.0.0 that has native NVMe support). Read Blade SSDs - NVMe & AHCI.
     
  7. torrentjay thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Thank you, now i must find how change my BootROM, the mine is MP51.0084.B00
     
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