What SSD works with MacBook Pro 2011?

What SSD works with MacBook Pro 2011?

Samsung SSDs work fine in Macbook Pro 2011. I used 1TB 840 EVO instead of Apple’s stock 512GB SSD. EVO was much faster, by the way.

How much storage does a 2011 MacBook Pro have?

Unibody MacBook Pro Q&A

2.7 13″ (Early 2011) 2.8 13″ (Late 2011)
Maximum Memory: 16 GB* 16 GB*
Hard Drive Size: 500 GB 750 GB
Serial ATA: 6 Gb/s 6 Gb/s
SuperDrive: 8X DL 8X DL

What ports are on a MacBook Pro Late 2011?

Connections and expansion

  • MagSafe power port.
  • Gigabit Ethernet port.
  • FireWire 800 port (up to 800 Mbps)
  • Two USB 2.0 ports (up to 480 Mbps)
  • Thunderbolt port (up to 10 Gbps)
  • Audio in/out.
  • SDXC card slot.
  • Kensington lock slot.

Can a MacBook Pro 2011 be upgraded?

You can upgrade the RAM to 16GB, but the development environment will be old as High Sierra could be the last compatible OS for this MBP.

Can you put 16GB of RAM in a MacBook Pro 2011?

All 2011 MacBook Pro models — which include the early-2011 15-inch and 17-inch models, and the late-2011 13-inch and 15-inch models — support up to 16GB of RAM in the form of an 8GB module in each of the two slots. Bumping the RAM up to maximum is the single best performance upgrade that you can carry out.

Do you need SSD for MacBook Pro 2011?

MacBook Pro 2011 is known for its productivity level. The device can be integrated with other devices to provide the most to the users. After a long period of usage, the user may opt to change the Hard Drive or the SSD based on the need.

What kind of processor does a MacBook Pro have?

Quietly unveiled without a press release, the MacBook Pro “Core i5” 2.4 13-Inch (Late 2011) features a 32 nm “Sandy Bridge” 2.4 GHz Intel “Core i5” processor (2435M), with two independent processor “cores” on a single silicon chip, a 3 MB shared level 3 cache,…

Where do I find SSD specs on my MacBook Air?

Click the triangle to the left of a system to open “Quick Specs” — the two most relevant identifiers for storage, standard hard drive and/or SSD details, storage dimensions and connector type (s), and links to buy compatible storage from site sponsors — and click on the name or image for complete specifications.

When did the new MacBook Pro come out?

What are the differences between the “Late 2011” 13-Inch, 15-Inch, and 17-Inch MacBook Pro models and the “Early 2011” MacBook Pro models that they replaced? Buy This Mac at site sponsor OWC. Click for current options.

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