It is fairly well known that Apple would always rather you buy a computer from them as a completed system. However, this is not always the most cost effective approach for us the computer buying customers. Thanks, in part of Apple making it possible to change the RAM of the new Mac Mini, you can now take advantage of aftermarket RAM and give your machine top spec without the top spec price tag. The team at OWC show you how to upgrade the RAM in your 2018 Mac Mini.
Upgrading The Late 2018 Mac Mini
The new Mac Mini looks like it could be a serious contender for the studio market, but there are some upgrades we as audio users are going to want to make. Thanks to the team at Other World Computers (OWC) for putting this video together taking us step by step through the process of upgrading the RAM in the new 2018 Mac Mini.
More Memory - Better Performance
The powerful new Mac mini from Apple features upgradeable memory slots for up to 64GB, and OWC is offering customers incredible savings off factory upgrade prices. New Mac mini owners can save up to 50% on memory upgrades through OWC’s Memory trade-in rebate program. Upgrading memory in a Mac mini boosts performance levels and allows users to run more apps, work with larger files, speed up render times, and manipulate larger data sets.
16GB only $169.99 (save 15% vs factory / 31% with trade-in)
32GB only $329.99 (save 45% vs factory / 50% with trade-in)
64GB only $1079.99 (save 23% vs factory / 25% with trade-in)
All these prices save significantly on the preconfigured in store price. For more information click the links above or visit the OWC website.