Question is a Fusion Drive Possible on a 2008 Macbook? My Friend has a 2.4 GHz Core 2 Duo Macbook with 2 GB Ram. He wants to upgrade it to last him for some more time while he saves up for something like a Retina 13 Pro. So basically wondering if I can take the DVD Drive out and make a Fusion Drive that will work with the Macbook? 120 GB SSD + 750 GB Laptop HDD + Optibay (So I can Put HDD in DVD Drive Slot) I realize it wont use full speed because the old Macbook wont support SATA 3 Speeds. Also going to add 4 GB RAM to speed it up. So is there a way to add Apple's Fusion Drive to an old Macbook using 2 Drives? So it would self optimize for my friend and show up as 1 partition not 2 drives. Does anyone know if this is possible and how I would go about doing this?