Mac mini server replace hard drive 2012

By the time I went to bed last night, the server was up and running. It probably spent a few hours overnight rebuilding the Spotlight database and running some other backup checks, but by morning all of the housekeeping was done. The results were exactly as I had hoped—the Mac mini is like a whole new computer, fast and responsive. Support this Site Become a member and get access to a bonus podcast, newsletter, and community.

How to Change a Mac Mini Hard Drive

By Jason Snell January 4, 2: Puzzle solved: A faster Mac mini server Image: Check out the pricing of RAM in just the last 12 months. The price on SSD drives have also become quite affordable. It's been out for a while and has proven very reliable when installed. The process is a bit more difficult than RAM, but not as hard as you think. Here is the pricing for the EVO in the last year.

The amazing thing about these upgrades is that really makes a big difference in the machine. This is why used Mac minis are always so popular. So why a sweet spot?

How to upgrade Mac Mini Server late 2012 Macintosh HD2 to 5TB?

The factories are getting really good at turning out modules at a high rate so supply is plentiful. Also, as seen on many current Macs, removable modules are becoming a thing of the past as well.

Considering these future changes, RAM takes a funny pricing cycle. I see this often as we hunt down RAM for older Mac minis here in the data center. The SSD situation is a little different.

How to Upgrade/Replace the Drives in a Mac mini Server 2011 / 2012 (Updated)