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mini - 1.83 Core Duo Mini - Upgrading: Limit on HD size?


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hey guys,

think my faithful mac mini is long due for an upgrade.
i might get another while out of it with snow leopard.

considering getting a seagate momentus 7500rpm 320 or 250Gb

and updating the RAM to 2Gb while im at it.

is there a limit on the size of the hard drive it can accept?



1.83GHz Intel Core Duo (Late 2006)
512mb RAM
80Gb seagate HD
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