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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by Badrottie, May 23, 2012.
Should I stay away from this brand? This is for my 2007 MBP?
Don't know much about Corsair SSD's although I have used their RAM. A quick Google search turned up some mediocre ratings. I prefer the Samsung models in my Mac's. However, I'd also consider the Crucial brand as many members on MR have them and swear by them. Consider the one linked below. It was only $189 last week.
I just put a corsair SSD in my mbp and it works wonderful.
I have used Corsair Force Series in Lenovo T Series ThinkPads at work. Works fine for Windows and Linux on those laptops.
If you have a real desire to try this make or it is is the best value for you then pick one up from a place with a good returns policy. Chances are you will not have any issues with the majority of modern drives but if you do then return and go with another brand.
Thank you I think I will go with Intel 320 Series SSD to be safe.
You might think about buying a SATA III drive. While it won't negotiate at 6gb, it will allow for some futureproofing should you decide to get a newer machine.
I have an 80GB Intel 320 Series and it works very well. I was actually thinking about the Force 3, but I'm glad I got this. Still as fast as it was on day 1, and I haven't had any issues with it. Intel drives are very reliable.
Yeah but I can't afford SATA III SSD so I just got a new Intel 320 Series 160GB today and installed it
not much a performance to me.
That's good to know