Replace HDD void warranty?

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  1. xoggyux macrumors 6502

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    the other day i was browsing and I found an review of a WD HDD, and I found this
    I thought replacing the HDD would not void the system's warranty. Now I am concerned since i wanted to upgrade to SSD down the line.
    Do you have any apple link that specify you do can change the HDD? I'd like to have a hard copy just in case in the future I need some kind of document saying that the warranty is not void. Please thanks.
     
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  3. xoggyux thread starter macrumors 6502

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    I own a Mac Book Pro 15" Core 2 Duo @ 2.4Ghz (aug 2008), I really think i need a faster drive, since i feel my system often slow and when I check the activity monitor CPU is fine (less than 50% so another 50% to go) and I got over 2 Gb of free ram (and 1 Gb of innactive, so nearly 3Gb available) and the only thing is "maxed out" is the HDD at 20~25MB/s (which sounds like its max speed since in benchmarks it can get top 25~35MB/s)
     
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    Please....Please....Search. Topic has been beaten to death.
     
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    Tis hopeless my friend

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