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What SSD's are compatible with 2011 macbook pro


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I'm looking at a Crucial Technology 512GB m4 SSD 2.5" Solid State Internal Drive. Is it compatible with my recently purchased Macbook Pro? Here's the info: Crucial Technology 512GB m4 SSD 2.5" Solid CT512M4SSD2 B&H

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Hi and welcome to the forum's.

You are correct with that SSD. As long as it is 2.5" you will be fine with it.

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You are correct with that SSD. As long as it is 2.5" you will be fine with it.

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I'm wondering when the next increase in capacity is coming out to match, at a reasonable price, the 750GB drive I currently have.
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Next increase in capacity ??
WOW $$$ man. I just had a look at OWC OWCSSDMX480 480GB Mercury EXTREME Pro 3G SSD... in stock at OWC out of curiosity and this model 480GB is $800 as a 3G and the 6G was $1200. Is 480-500 not big enough for you ??

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WOW $$$ man. I just had a look at OWC OWCSSDMX480 480GB Mercury EXTREME Pro 3G SSD... in stock at OWC out of curiosity and this model 480GB is $800 as a 3G and the 6G was $1200. Is 480-500 not big enough for you ??

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