macrumors 6502
Original poster
Apr 6, 2006
I'm planning on buying a new Mac Pro as soon as they announce them. I'm giving my mint dual quad core to my son. We already put an ATI 5870 in it, and I was hoping to give him aa SSD.tell me if this is correct. I was going to remove my boot drive from bay 1, install it into any other bay. After installing the SSD into bay 1, I boot off the old drive, format the SSD, then install the new OS onto it. Anything else I need to know? What's a good competitively priced unit, and where should I buy it? Thanks!


macrumors 65816
Aug 11, 2009
You don't need an adaptor. The connectors on the SSD will plug into the connector in your Mac Pro just fine. You can just use a bit of tape or a zip-tie to secure it so it doesn't hang down.
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