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Upgrading 2012 Mac Mini to Max Supported Specs Adding 2 SSD's and 16GB Ram Part 1

Upgrading 2012 Mac Mini to Max Supported Specs Adding 2 SSD's and 16GB Ram Part 1

In this video I take a 2012 Mac mini 2.5GHz i5, and replace the slow 500GB HDD with 2 Solid State Drives. I also upgrade the ram from 4GB to the max supported 16GB of Ram. Then I finish the video up by installing Mac OS Catalina which is the most current OS this Mac mini will support.

Part 2 - In part 2 of this video I am going to add a Razer Core X eGPU with a Sapphire Radeon RX580 Graphics cards to this Mac mini and run some benchmarks to see if this Mac mini is worth using in 2020. Be sure to subscribe and turn on notifications, so that you get notified when Part 2 is uploaded

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