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Replacing a SSD or hard drive in a 2011 iMac is not plug and play. The drives used by Apple and the connector are proprietary. You run the risk of not only voiding your warranty, but could also experience problems with the heat sensor and fan. Also, you need to take a look at the instructions for opening up an iMac and gaining access to the interior. Check the instructions at iFixit: The free repair manual.
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