So, I've searched for any info on this for a while and am unable to come up with what I'm looking for regarding my specific configuration. I have a 2011 27" iMac that was originally ordered from Apple w/ a dual drive configuration of 256 SSD + 1TB HD. The 1TB drive is of the Seagate variation that has been recalled by Apple. I have a 3TB Seagate that I'd like to swap with the 1TB drive. From what I've gathered, it seems that I will potentially encounter fan speed issues due to the drive not having Apple firmware to control the fans. The thing is, everything I read regarding this seems to deal with replacing the primary drive in the machine. My HDD is a secondary drive, and I wonder if that makes any difference at all regarding the fan issue? Being that it is not running the OS and will simply be used for storage, is it safer to simply short the SATA pins than it would be with a primary drive? Really, just looking for anyone who has any experience at all in upgrading a SECONDARY drive in this sort of configuration. Any help or information will be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance.