|Nov 27, 2012, 06:24 PM||#101|
Was just a bit confused I guess. I was just wondering if buying a SATA 3 SSD was practical for my machine (which I believe is SATA 2), or if I needed to purchase a SATA 2 drive. Which is to say, is there any benefit to the SATA 3 drives in a SATA 2. (I presume form your answer there is).
|Nov 28, 2012, 01:47 AM||#102|
Yes. 4K random boosts and iops. Power use and punishment taking (longevity). They learned from some obvious mistakes. I can tell the difference from a rev2 vs rev3 SSD on same Mac Pro SATA2 controller.
This may save you some time and is a quick read on what to look for and what to disregard.
Mac Pro W3680, GTX 680, 12GB DDR3, SSD; MBP, 2.6GHz Core i7, 16GB DDR3, SSD; Eizo fs2333
Last edited by derbothaus; Nov 28, 2012 at 01:52 AM.
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