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Dear friends
I have macbook pro 15" 2.0 Ghz, Lion 10.7.2, early 2011 model, 512GB HDD, I want to change into SSD instead HDD, so what type of SSD better for macbook also with 512, or 480GB size. brand name: intel or toshiba or kingston
another thing I want to ask regarding the warranty, I will lose it if I change to SSD or not?
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Hard drives and RAM are user replaceable. The process is documented in the user manual, page 37. So the only warranty that is effected is on the hard drive itself.

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I just read a bunch of reports as I was thinking about doing the same thing and the general consensus seems to be the Samsung 830 is the way to go.
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