I bought a Mac Pro's 1T SSD for my rMBP late 2013 15"

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  1. bryanwongxin macrumors member

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    It is on its way...
    I'm looking forward to its performance...
     
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    Here is the current SSD's R/W Speed



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    Can you go to System Information → SATA and see how many lanes are enabled?
     
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    It'll be faster but it won't make much difference in day to day stuff I bet you won't even notice the speed most of the time. Of course a TB onboard storage is nice whatever but don't expect any real performance increase.
     
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    This is my original 512G SSD which is PCI*2
     
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    Here is New 1T SSD which from an Mac Pro...


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    Yup, that's about par with the XP941-based SSD in my late-2013 15" (2.6/16/1TB/750M).
     
  9. bryanwongxin thread starter macrumors member

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    I think the SM951-based SSD is also can be installed in it. But it's too expensive...


    And your rMBP is 2.6/16/1TB/750M? Mine is same as you..
     
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    I'm wondering if the new 2GB/s SSD will yield 2GB/s in a 2014 15" rMPB... theoretically it should since it is the same chipset but who knows for sure?
     
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    I think it will because the motherboard of 14 is the same 15...
    A friend of mine has a 2015 rMBP, but I think he wouldn't let me to open his rMBP
     

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