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Aug 30 '21 at 16:11 answer David Anderson timeline score: 0
Aug 30 '21 at 14:32 comment added Tetsujin Negotiated is what it's actually connected at, which appears to only be SATA II rather than III. I've an 840 Evo but can't compare because mine is on the internal bus which IS only 3gbps. [We unfortunately don't have vaguely comparable machines even though they're the same age]
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Aug 30 '21 at 14:02 comment added Chang Zhao it says 6GbPs but I don't know what does negotiated speed refers to !?
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Aug 30 '21 at 13:43 comment added Tetsujin After comments under the answer… we do actually need to know whether it can even reach SATA III speeds, or whether it is limited to SATA II. From that About this Mac screen, click System Report, then SATA/SATA Express & see what it says on the right for Link Speed, 3 or 6 gigabit. If it's only 3, then there is absolutely no point getting an ultra-fast SSD.
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Aug 30 '21 at 12:43 comment added Chang Zhao oh no its macbook pro mid 2012 model
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