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I am having a ASUS F8Vr laptop. It has a 250GB SATA I HDD. I am planing of changing it to a SSD HDD, may b Corsair Force Series GS CSSD-F360GBGS-BK. Not decided yet. Can I do this?

I know the performance of the disk will be reduced as it is SATA III but I will be upgrading the laptop in some time. Till then can SSD replace my current HDD?

Specs of my current HDD.

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As the SATA connectors and communication protocol have remained backwards compatible across versions, there should not be a problem with installing the drive. See this Wikipedia article for more details.

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