Hi guys! I own a Macbook Pro 13”, Mid 2012 I’d like to replace the optical drive with a 1TB SSD and keep my old HDD. I want to make sure I will have the SSD connected to the right port in order to get most out of the SSD speed. Here is what the System Information says about my SATA slots: The first slot which is connected to my HDD: Vendor: Intel Product: 7 Series Chipset Link Speed: 6 Gigabit Negotiated Link Speed: 3 Gigabit Physical Interconnect: SATA Description: AHCI Version 1.30 Supported The second slot which is connected to my optical drive: Vendor: Intel Product: 7 Series Chipset Link Speed: 6 Gigabit Negotiated Link Speed: 1.5 Gigabit Physical Interconnect: SATA Description: AHCI Version 1.30 Supported Just to make sure I get this right: My MBP features two identical chipsets with a link speed of 6gb each. Thus, it won’t make a difference to which port I’ll connect the SSD and I’ll get the SATA III speed anyway? (I’m asking because I read that it’s favourable to move the old HDD to the slot which previously was used for the optical drive and connect the SSD to the slot which was previously connected to the HDD - but this procedure obviously would cause some extra work which I’d like to avoid) Add on question: What kind of case do I need to put the super drive in, in order to use as an external cd drive in the future. Thanks for your help!