It may not work well, The SSD your using here is a SATA III drive your machines I/O is SATA I. Though vendors claim backward compatibility, there have been people here asking questions about stalling and freezing who have put "new" drives in "old" machines. At any rate you will not get the transfer speed reported with this drive as your computer can't work that fast.
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