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Revision to Mac Mini Model A1283

Ryan Schmidt

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[title|Mac mini Model A1283 Repair2010]
[title|Mac mini Model A1283 Repair2010]
 
[summary]2, 2.26, 2.53, or 2.66 GHz Core 2 Duo processor[/summary]
 
* '''Memory:''' If your mini is still running with only the stock RAM, [guide|1058|upgrading] with [product|IF111-030|1 GB] or [product|IF111-029|2 GB] of RAM will provide a dramatic performance boost at minimal cost.
 
* '''Hard Drive:''' 120, 250, or 320 GB hard drives came standard with the Mac mini Model A1283.
 
You can verify that you have a Mac mini Model A1283 by checking the model number on the bottom of your mini.
 
Use the [link|/info/ID-your-Mac|Mac/info/ID-your-Mac|Mac mini identification system] to help you identify your machine. Mac minis tend to look very similar, and it's important to know which machine you have before ordering any replacement parts.
Use the [link|/info/ID-your-Mac|Mac/info/ID-your-Mac|Mac mini identification system] to help you identify your machine. Mac minis tend to look very similar, and it's important to know which machine you have before ordering any replacement parts.
 
The Mac mini is a desktop computer made by Apple Inc. It is uncommonly small for a desktop computer and its external power supply is roughly one third of the size of the computer itself. It was originally introduced in January of 2005 and has been updated with newer processors and other expansions several times since.

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