Optical Bay for SATA HD

Hello.

I bought a SSD for my macbook pro 15 "2.33 Ghz.

But now I would like to replace my superdrive with a optical bay, but I do not know if

must be SATA or ATA.

Can you help?

Thanks Vincenzo

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UJ-857 Specifications

Interface IDE/ATAPI

Buffer Memory 2 MB

Power Requirements DC +5V, 2.0A

Operating Temperature 5~60 °C

Operating Humidity 5~90 %RH (Max. wet bulb temp. is 29°C, Non-condensation)

Loading Method Slot loading

Dimensions 5.07” x 5.03” x 0.5”

Read Speeds DVD-ROM 8X, CD-ROM 24X

Write Speeds DVD-RAM 5x, DVD±R 8X (SL) 4X (DL), DVD-RW 6X, DVD+RW 8X, CD-R 24X, CD-RW 16X

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Sorry if my answer wasn't clear. Here's what you need: http://www.ifixit.com/Apple-Parts/9-5-mm...

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You need a PATA to SATA optibay. I put one in my computer and it caused me to freeze once a day. I tried one more to see if it was bad and the same thing happened. Not sure but it was unstable.

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