Uprade internal SATA II (3G) SSD with a SATA III (6G) compliantWould like to know if anyone has already changed the factory pre-installed SATA II SSD (built to order) with a high...
Upgrading existing SSD and HDDI recently discovered that the factory built in SSD (250GB Toshiba) and HDD (1GB Western Digital) are not fully compliant...
回答“Uprade internal SATA II (3G) SSD with a SATA III (6G) compliant”Yes, I can confirm the OCZ Agility 3 makes more trouble than fun. From my point of view this drive is not suitable to use in a mac computer regardless of which mac you have. I tested it with macbook pro (model 2010) and it did not work. I tried everything possible, i.e. firmware update, etc. However, I found one supplier that is well known in the Apple community. It's called OWC (Other World Computing). They offer a 6G 256GB SSD upgrade for Macbook Air (models 2010 & 2011) that really works with 6G (negotiated link speed). I have seen that working in a Macbook Air 13" 2011 model with Intel i7 1.8GHz CPU and it's incredible fast! The owner confirmed it was a plug'n'play upgrade without any problems and for sure he is not technician! Regarding their 6G iMAC SSDs I did not find a person that confirmed the same. Anyone here that already made positive experiences? Thanks, Matt