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Hello to everybody(A happy new year and i wish to you all the good thoughts and all the happiness in the world). I wonder if snow leopard will be good for a mac mini c2d, 1.83ghz, 3gb of ram, intel gma 64 mb video. I want to know the suggestions from those of you who tried this on that mac mini config. Thank you very much!

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I do not have a Mac Mini, but my MacBook has the slower 1.83GHz Core Duo processor, 2GB of RAM and the same graphics, and Snow Leopard runs great on my computer. I'm sure it will run even better on yours!
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Got the same Mini and upgraded to Snow Leopard from Leopard when it was released and it's been working great..

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thanks for your answers!! i just can`t wait to get the little "toy" tomorrow morning.

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