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Best SSD for iMac

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Hey guys,

I have been looking in to installing an SSD in my 27" iMac Model # iMac11,3. However, I cannot decide on which SSD to purchase. I would like a SATA II 128gb drive with fairly high read and write speeds though. If anyone could give me any advice on which SSD to choose it would be greatly appreciated.

Cheers, Toby.
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