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Solid State Disk, a generic term for computer storage devices that have no moving parts and do not involve a "hard disk". A hard disk, in contrast, is a device incorporating a spinning platter or platters that store information magnetically.

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The Macbook Air's SSD can be manually upgraded. The RAM of the Macbook Air and retina MBP however are soldered into the logic board. Question Is the retina Macbook Pro's SSD soldered into the logic board as well? …
asked Jun 12 '12 by gentmatt
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directory. E.g. Most Photos in iPhoto are rarely used, yet I would like to push the entire directory ~/Pictures/iPhoto Library.photolibrary to the SSD. …
asked Nov 10 '12 by gentmatt
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When replacing my HDD in my MBP 3,1 with a SSD (SATA3), I noticed that the SATA1 cable can be fully removed. Thus I thought, that it might be possible to replace the SATA 1 cable by a SATA 3 cable … in order to boost my SSD use. However, I do not know whether this is supported by the Logicboard... Any idea? …
asked Nov 10 '11 by gentmatt
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I don't understand why Apple does not use SSD drives in the Macbook Air like some other manufacturers to (e.g. Asus, Samsung). The technical specifications of the Macbook Air on Apple's website never …
asked Mar 20 '12 by gentmatt
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a SSD-only setup I therefore disable local backups to decrease the write activity and used space of my SSD using: sudo tmutil disablelocal Should I do this in a fusion drive as well? …
asked Nov 10 '12 by gentmatt