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No speed difference at all if they are the same drive. OWC makes 3GB/s and 6GB/s SATA II and SATA III. A 2010 MB used SATA II so go with the 3GB model. A 6gb/s model will simply run ay 3GB/s. If you are thinking of changing the MBP in the near future of course go with the 6GB/s. The 3GB version is about fifty bucks cheaper for the 240GB model. Have used Kingston, OWC, G.Skill Falcon and OCZ Vertex SSD
s and found OWC the most reliable:-:-


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Hang on to those original install discs like grim death! Using OS X.7 or later make a bootable USB thumb drive before running Installer!
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