Sorry for my bad english. I'm the owner of an iMac mid 2011 base model. I want to add an SSD drive to my computer. The cables are sold for this job but this cables does not exist in my country. Also I do not want to bring it from the outside. So I want to do these things. I want to remove my DVD Rom drive (It's already broken) and replace it with a SSD drive. But I know that the DVD-ROM bay is only supports Sata2 speeds. I thought of a solution for this as follows. I will completely remove the DVD drive and put SSD in there. I'm planning to use optical drive's own Power cable for giving power to the ssd disk. (I mean i want to use DVD Rom's own SATA power cord and bay for place the SSD disk). But the difference is i will use a Standard SATA cable and extend it behind the logic board and connect it to unused SATA 3 port available in the backside of the Logicboard. Is this plan possible? and this process can cause the fan speed problem?