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MacBook Pro - Logic Board HDD Interface Speed.


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Hi,
I want to buy the new Macbook Pro 13".
But I want to know what is the Logic's Board HDD Interface speed.
Is it Sata 2...1.5Gbps or 3.0Gbps.
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I believe it's SATA2 in the latest generation machines.

Of course, it doesn't matter unless you're using an SSD (and a very fast one at that), because mechanical hard drives simply can't saturate a SATA 1.5 bus, let alone SATA2.

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