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Silverstone TS09
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I bought this accessory today, 15euro well spent!
It is universal, very cheap and fits perfectly on my Asus F55A (or X..lol)

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It's a very old CoreSeriesV2, better there that inside a usb-box.
Perfomance? Well, is sata2 and are the same. I have tested with Anvil's Storage

Posted on: 2013/4/6 13:34
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These are just great! I was thinking about buying this for my MBP early 11: Adapter DVD to HDD for MacBook Pro

Since I have a 256 Gigabyte SSD in my MacBook Pro I would like to have some more storage ... like for example a 500Gigabyte or a 1 Terabyte HDD.

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Posted on: 2013/4/6 14:38
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Yeah, no more external box!


Its slow for be an SSD, but comes from 2008 or 2009..and is still better than HDD
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My C is on 840 Basic btw

Posted on: 2013/4/6 14:43
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Gooooooood work man!!!

Posted on: 2013/4/6 14:57
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I think this was the first SSD I've ever reviewed. As far as I know 2.5'' HDD's are meanwhile capable of delivering 120 to 140 Megabyte per second. I should test some ... So, in other words ... if it's only big files you store on that additional drive an HDD could do it with the same speed like your old SSD.

Btw ... lol ... somewhere I have an OCZ Apex 120 Gigabyte drive

Posted on: 2013/4/6 15:04
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