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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by XP Defector, Mar 20, 2007.
I would like to compare it to a Segate Momentus 5400RPM MPR 160GB HDD.
Unfortunately there is no definitives answer as apple uses drives from multiple manufactures:So far I've seen, toshiba, hitachi, and seagates used in macbooks.
my macbook came with a 5400 RPM 80 GB Seagate. I upgraded it to a 120 GB Seagate. You can never go wrong with a Seagate.
Barefeats has some good rundowns of different size/speed hard drives in Apple notebooks. As mentioned before, though, Apple uses many manufacturers, so you never know what you're gonna get.
Not that it's what you asked, but I just bought this drive to go in my CD Macbook to replace my 60GB drive:
And then I bought this enclosure to throw my 60gig drive in:
I ordered both from Newegg on Mon. I expect to get it on Thursday and have it installed by Friday. I'll probably post impressions.
Bigger = better
Equal amount of space taken by two drives at same speed, a larger hard drive will win.