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Hi,

I am on the verge to buy an M18x but I plan to replace the HD with an Crucial 300 SSD. Since this model is targeting a SATA 3.0 bus (and giving its full power only on that connection), would some owner of an M18x be so kind to check if the motherboard is SATA 2.0 or SATA 3.0 ? I could not find any precision on the web regarding the motherboard equipment.

Many thanks in advance !

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It's 3.0.

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Officially it supports SATA 3.0 though some have had trouble with it with certain branded drives.

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