Hell. I am interested in upgrading my Mac mini 2010 (4.1) with SSD drive. It uses nVidia sata2 mcp89 controller. I read that because TRIM command is disabled in Yosemite, Sandforce based SSD must be used (handles itself better then others without TRIM). On the other end, I read there are compatibility issues of nvidia sata2 controllers (mcp79, mcp89) and sandforce SSD controller, so data speed is of sata1 (1.5gbps) instead of sata2 (3gbps). I read that sandforce told SSD makers how to make SF compatible with nvidia, and some, like OCZ, fixed this with firmware update. Some have not. It was back in 2012. No new OCZ sandforce drives are sold today. Only company I found to sell SSD drives which will surely be compatible with my Mac is OWC. 240G cost around 130USD: http://eshop.macsales.com/shop/SSD/OWC I found new and very cheap sandforce SSD, Mushkin eco2. Cost less then 90USD: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820226679 This SSD is 2015 model. The incompatibility of SF and nvidia was known in 2012 already. Can I assume problem was fixed, and this Mushkin drive will work? Mailed them. No answer. Found many posts about problems of nvidia mcp79 controller (Mac mini 2009), but only few about mcp89. Again, can I assume it is less problematic? Anyways, any recommended 240GB drive for Mac mini 2010, other ten OWC? Thank you.