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  1. Morgan Everett

    Morgan Everett Notebook Consultant

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    No, absolutely not. Even the best HDD's-10,000RPM desktop drives, for instance-are not vaguely comparable, generally, to SSD's. The only advantage of an HDD is decreased cost per GB. That's about it.

    I recommend you look into this issue further, since your statement is, I'm afraid to say, incredibly misguided.
     
  2. doh123

    doh123 Without ME its just AWESO

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    I think the topic was about power consumption...
     
  3. Morgan Everett

    Morgan Everett Notebook Consultant

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    The poster doesn't seem to be referring to power consumption here:

     
  4. doh123

    doh123 Without ME its just AWESO

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    I was referring to the post you were quoting earlier who seemed to be responding to...

    which was posted right before.
     
  5. Nick

    Nick Mr.Mischief

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    *Added the latest MB's.
     
  6. davidwatson

    davidwatson Notebook Enthusiast

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    hi guys,
    Does the 2011 macbook pro 17 inch with 3.2ghz CPU support Kingston Hyperx 1600mhz (or more) RAMs?
     
  7. Nick

    Nick Mr.Mischief

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  8. FrozenWaltDisney

    FrozenWaltDisney Notebook Consultant

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    You have to have the 2.2 2720QM or the 2.3 2820QM to run 1600MHz. If your in doubt get plug and play and it will downclock automatically.

    Other then that....

    You guys should really get MacTracker... almost all this information is in that program... and its FREE.

    Mactracker - Get Info on any Mac
     
  9. xfiregrunt

    xfiregrunt Notebook Evangelist

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    Does replacing your optical drive with an SSD void your warranty?
     
  10. di1in

    di1in Notebook Consultant

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    Would I be able to use this ram to upgrade my MBP 2010 2.66? I ask because it says it's for iMac and macbook on the title.
    Thanks
     
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