o hai, i upgraded your drive

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  1. lowfat

    lowfat 24/Mac/SciFi/PC Crew OT Supporter

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    Too bad my Santa Rosa MBP is only SATA1.5Gbps :wtc:
     
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    Nice! I could never live with that small of a hard drive, but I really do like the SSD. I might upgrade in a year or so when they hit the 500 GB range.
     
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    From the time I click the restart button, then boot up, then load Adium, itunes, mail, it takes 30 seconds :bowdown:

    I can open every application I have installed (including all the utilities in ~ 10 seconds. Although I don't have a whole lot installed. I wish I could find my old POS P&S camera so I could take some videos.

    I also have ~ 10TB of storage in externals/network so the 75GB doesn't bother me
     
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    :eek3: What's the largest SSD nowadays?
     
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    250 gb I believe. Around $1000 though for a decent one.
     

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