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-Actually I upgraded my mini with 970 pro myself. Its was super easy: I bought an adapter for 8usd and installed it with Samsung nvme. 970pro has approved by the community of users who tried it and works perfectly with 2014 mac mini.
+Actually I upgraded my mini (i5 2.6Ghz, 8gb RAM) with Samsung 970 pro myself. It was super easy: I bought an adapter for 8$ (with free shipping and tools) and installed it with this nvme added to it. In my mini, it works just perfectly, with speeds just above the 700 MB/s (that’s only because of mini bus limitations). But it’s still 2 times faster than my simple SSD which I have in the place of the old HDD. And now I have two discs in place. So I just love this solution, as it made my mac mini much more usable, at least for a few years ahead.

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Edit by: Aurelijus Suslavicius ,

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-Actually I upgraded my mini with 970 pro myself. Its was super easy: I bought an adapter for 8usd and installed it with Samsung nvme. 970pro is approved and works perfectly with 2014 mac mini.
+Actually I upgraded my mini with 970 pro myself. Its was super easy: I bought an adapter for 8usd and installed it with Samsung nvme. 970pro has approved by the community of users who tried it and works perfectly with 2014 mac mini.

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Edit by: Aurelijus Suslavicius ,

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-Actually I upgraded my mini with 970 pro myself. Its super easy: buy adapter for 8usd and install it with Samsung nvme. 970pro is approved and works perfectly with 2014 mac mini.
+Actually I upgraded my mini with 970 pro myself. Its was super easy: I bought an adapter for 8usd and installed it with Samsung nvme. 970pro is approved and works perfectly with 2014 mac mini.

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Original post by: Aurelijus Suslavicius ,

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Actually I upgraded my mini with 970 pro myself. Its super easy: buy adapter for 8usd and install it with Samsung nvme. 970pro is approved and works perfectly with 2014 mac mini.

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