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Here's what things look like on my Dell Latitude E6440 with a little Samsung SM841N 256GB mSATA SSD (SATA-III connection @6.0Gb/s):

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Dell Latitude D630 with Intel 330 Series 240Go SATA-III 2.5" 9mm SSD (SATA-II connection @3.0Gb/s).

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Performance is obviously limited by SATA II (300MB/s) interface of ICH8-M controller.

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HP EliteBook 2570p (i5-3320m, 8GB RAM) with Samsung 850 EVO 500GB SATA-III 2.5" SSD (SATA-III connection @6.0Gbps)

 

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1x Samsung EVO 850 500GB at MacOS X 10.13.2 High Sierra (APFS

 

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2x Samsung EVO 850 500GB at MacOS X 10.13.3 High Sierra (HFS+J RAID0)

 

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