200GB 7200 rpm MacBook Pro HDD

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  1. beppo macrumors member

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    Does anyone know which HDD company makes the 200GB 7200 rpm MacBook Pro option? Thanks
     
  2. MacBookProJoe macrumors regular

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    I have a 200gb 7200 Hitachi HD coming...how much louder is it compared to 5400 120gb that comes in the MBP?
     
  6. MacBookProJoe macrumors regular

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    Interesting question. Im going to be ordering a 7200 RPM 320 Gig Hitachi when I can bloody well find one. Im curious if it will be louder than my 250G 5400 Hitachi I have now.
     
  7. Kjaeldeil macrumors newbie

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    I just switched mine out

    It was a Hitachi in mine. I just put in the Hitachi 5K500 500 Gig 5400 Drive, and I love it. Room to waste.

    Here is the link. Only works in the 17' Macbook Pro though.

    http://eshop.macsales.com/item/Hitachi/0A53487/
     
  8. MacBookProJoe macrumors regular

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    You guys with those HONKER 17's can fit all kinds of stuff in there.....

    Im waiting for that 7200 Hitachi 320.
     
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    Same size frame for the hard drive. :mad:
     
  10. MacBookProJoe macrumors regular

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    Well,17's can handle 12.5 drives and 15.4's can only handle 9.5 HD's.
     

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