The Mac mini is often used as a second Mac in the home, particularly for those that have a particular application in mind for this machine. We hear of users buying a Mac mini for a home theatre system since its HDMI port makes it easy to connect to your TV. The Mac mini server version is particularly useful for hosting services in your home....
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|Mac Mini Memory for Models 6.1 and 6.2||
Mac Mini Late 2012 and Late 2012 Server
The newest Mac Mini has two memory slots. It is preloaded from the factory with two 2GB DDR3 SO-DIMMs. You...
|Mac Mini Memory for Models 5.1 5.2 and 5.3||
Mac Mini Mid 2011 and Mid 2011 Server
The Mac Mini Model IDs 5,1 through 5,3 have two memory slots. It is preloaded from the factory with two...
|Mac Mini Memory for Model 4.1||
Mid 2010 + Server
The Mac Mini Intel has two memory slots. It is preloaded from the factory with two 1GB or 2GB DDR3-1066 SO-DIMMs. You can...
|Mac Mini Memory for Models 3.1||
Mac Mini Early to Late 2009, Late 2009 Server
The Mac mini Intel has two memory slots. It is preloaded from the factory with two 1GB or 2GB...
|Mac Mini Memory for Model 2.1||
Mac Mini Mid 2007
The original Mac Mini Intel has two memory slots. It is preloaded from the factory with two 256mb DDR2-667 SO-DIMMs. Memory must be installed...
|Mac Mini Memory for Model 1.1||
Mac Mini Early 2006 and Late 2006
The original Mac Mini Intel has two memory slots. It is preloaded from the factory with two 256mb DDR2-667 SO-DIMMs....
|Mac Mini Memory for Model PowerMac10.1 and PowerMac 10.2||
2005 PowerPC G4
The Mac Mini or PowerMac G4 has one memory slot, which holds a single DDR400 184pin DIMM. In order to upgrade, you will have...
Tips and Tools
If you're considering a Mac Mini RAM upgrade, here's a sure way to find out if your current system would benefit from more Apple RAM. Go to your Applications folder in your Finder and look for the Utilities folder. Inside this folder, you will find a handy application called the Activity Monitor. Double click on this application, find the System Memory option at the bottom...
If you need to install new Mac Mini RAM, do not hesitate to call us at 1-800-831-4569 or by email at email@example.com. You can also find installation guides and videos regarding RAM for Mac Mini machines. To prepare, be sure to turn off, unplug and remove any cords. Have a clean area where you will be able to work. Make sure to discharge any...