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Corsair Force series GT 480 GB + MBP 13'' Early 2011

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Hej guys

I am new to the forum and this is my 1st. post wishing to find some help ...
ill be short and direct in my inquiry:
I have MacBook Pro 13'' Early 2011 Model, Specifications:
Intel Processor I5 2.3GB
Graphic Card Intel HD 3000
HDD 320 GB
Memory 4GB
Software Mac OSX Lion 10.7.3
bought on November 2011)

I am planning to buy Corsair Force series GT 480 GB SSD SATA 6 and put it instead of the original HDD in the same place, as i need the super drive for installing Windows 7 in BootCamp.

My question now: will i be able to get maximum speeds 600/550 Mbps or less?
Ive been reading about that mbp does not support the 6GB sata connection while others say the contrast. how could i know if my model will support the 6GB/s SSD completely or not?

If NOT can anyone recommend an experienced very fast SSD that is 100% fit to my laptop!!!

Here are some Photos of my system info. i hope they may help in answering the questions

Any advice will be appreciated
Many Thanks in advance
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It is 6G compatible, it shows it in the system report so no reason why a 6G drive won't work.

Go the Mac!!
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