An SSD will work fine in that computer. Something to note is that it won't run at full speed due to the SATA II chipset in that machine. That being said, it will be worlds better than the hard drive in it now.I am looking at upgrading my hard drive in my Late 2009 MacBook that i have. It currently runs Mac OS X Mavericks, would an SSD card be supported in this version of the macbook?
The Samsung 840 Evo is very affordable and is a solid SSD! It looks, works, and performs great! I have a 120 GB model in my cMBP and it was well worth the money.I have a mid 2009 macbook, now that I have a "newer" macbook pro I am debating whether to keep it or sell it, if I keep it I would like to upgrade to an SSD as well, any recommendations?
They are some of the cheapest Samsung drives. I go with Samsung after reading mixed reports on all of the other brands (model A is great, model B is atrocious, etc.). I never really read a bad Samsung SSD review, even from most critics. They are also very affordable even compared to other brands.I searched it on Amazon, it is not expensive either, I think the 250GB goes for $130 or so.