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Hey! I'm a proud owner of a new Mac Mini (mid 2011). I've bought the base model (799 euros) with no upgrades. Now I want to install an SSD, because it's the one who'd make the biggest difference.

So, 2 questions:

1. Can I install them (HDD & SSD) side-by-side? (I guess that yes, because they had an option to buy the Mini with an SSD AND an HDD)

2. Sata3 works, doesn't it? (6Gb thingy)

3. Sorry, most of you don't understand dutch, but I guess that the description from the "Specificaties" Tab is quite global: http://www.mycom.nl/...n=tweakersclick <-- Is this one good enough in your opinion?

Ok, that was it ;).

Cheers Mac fellas! :)

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choose one that adjusts to your budget
http://eshop.macsale...OWC/Mercury_6G/

and yes you can run an SSD and an HDD side by side

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choose one that adjusts to your budget
http://eshop.macsale...OWC/Mercury_6G/

and yes you can run an SSD and an HDD side by side



Ok thanks; so the answer is, as I've already thought, YES! And I've already made my choice. It'll be a 120GB Corsair SSD.





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