Work around on PCIe flash upgrade
I’m considering the top end Mac Mini, upgrading the RAM and SSD/flash myself.
Your teardown of the 2018 (newest) model is fantastic but a little unclear on the SSD removal. At a point it says some are soldered down, and somewhere else, it’s pictured that the module is plug n play.
Apple way overcharges for both RAM and SSD upgrades. An example: transintl.com sells 2x32 gb RAM for this model specifically for ~$350 while Apple charges $1000 for 64GB upgrade Ridiculous!
So I obviously will order their paltry 8GB and save $650 on the 64GB upgrade I want.
The PCIe flash storage is worse I believe. And if the card is removable it makes sense to DIY here as well.
Can you give me a bit more specific data on upgrading this model‘s (A1993 I think) flash storage?
Thanks a lot, Eric J
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