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1tb 2,5 disk for my macbook pro 2012


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Hi guys,
I would like to replace my hd with a faster and more capacious.
I don't know 7200 rpm models tested to fit in 9,5 mm.
Ideas for me please?
Any other suggestion is welcome (no ssd please i need space)
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Other World Computing (Mac Sales) sells 9.5 mm 1 TB drives for the MacBook Pro, however, they all appear to be of the 5400 RPM type. LINK You might also give Amazon.com a try and NewEgg.com to see what they have in stock.
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