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Seagate BarraCuda 120 500GB 2.5" SATA III SSD, 5 Year Warranty £60.06 at CCLOnline
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Seagate BarraCuda 120 500GB 2.5" SATA III SSD, 5 Year Warranty £60.06 at CCLOnline

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Seagate BarraCuda 120 500GB 2.5" SATA III SSD, 5 Year Warranty £60.06 at CCLOnline
Posted 10th Aug 2020Edited by:"ZiSam11_.-."

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Key Features:
  • SATA III
  • 2.5 Form Factor
  • Up to 560MB/s Read, 540MB/s Write
  • 4K IOPS Read: 90000
  • 4K IOPS Write: 90000
  • 5 Year Warranty
Decent SSD for the price which is on a sale right now. Hope this helps!
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Would this SSD work in my mid-2010 MacBook Pro? I believe my laptop has a regular SATA I controller - if that’s the terminology, but this is SATA III. It’s backwards compatible right?
MrFlux00111/08/2020 00:18

Would this SSD work in my mid-2010 MacBook Pro? I believe my laptop has a …Would this SSD work in my mid-2010 MacBook Pro? I believe my laptop has a regular SATA I controller - if that’s the terminology, but this is SATA III. It’s backwards compatible right?


I don’t think so unfortunately. This is mainly for people who may want to make a custom pc or upgrade it but I’m not sure it will work with a laptop with a different sata.
MrFlux00111/08/2020 00:18

Would this SSD work in my mid-2010 MacBook Pro? I believe my laptop has a …Would this SSD work in my mid-2010 MacBook Pro? I believe my laptop has a regular SATA I controller - if that’s the terminology, but this is SATA III. It’s backwards compatible right?


I believe it's backwards compatible, you will just be limited to SATA 1 speeds. Should be considerably faster than a spinning hard disk regardless.
Joshimitsu9111/08/2020 05:14

I believe it's backwards compatible, you will just be limited to SATA 1 …I believe it's backwards compatible, you will just be limited to SATA 1 speeds. Should be considerably faster than a spinning hard disk regardless.


Cheers. I read some forum posts about SATA III SSD’s having issues with older MacBooks from 2012 but as you said, it really should only limit the speeds. I may source a Sata II instead and play it safe.
Edited by: "MrFlux001" 11th Aug
Now £58.94 @ZiSam11_.-.
Thanks! Edited that one
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