Einleitung

Erfahre, wie du den Arbeitsspeicher in deinem neuen 2018er Mac Mini erweitern kannst.

Der Mac Mini unterstützt bis zu 64GB RAM - du kannst dabei jede Kombination aus 8GB, 16GB oder 32GB DDR4-2666 SODIMM RAM Modulen benutzen.

  1. Schalte deinen Mac mini aus und trenne ihn vom Netz, bevor beginnst.
    • Schalte deinen Mac mini aus und trenne ihn vom Netz, bevor beginnst.

    • Löse die untere Abdeckung vorsichtig mit einem Opening Tool von deinem Mac mini ab.

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  2. Hebe die untere Abdeckung an und entferne sie.
    • Hebe die untere Abdeckung an und entferne sie.

    • Um die Abdeckung wieder zu einzusetzen, richte sie so aus, dass du die Schrift "Mac mini" lesen kannst, wenn die Anschlüsse auf dich gerichtet sind. Drücke dann von oben auf die Abdeckung, bis die versteckten Klammern einrasten.

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    • Entferne sechs Torx TR6 Sicherheitsschrauben, mit denen die Antennenplatte befestigt ist. Sie haben folgende Längen:

      • Drei 4,1 mm Schrauben.

      • Drei 1,8 mm Schrauben.

    • Passe während der Reparatur gut auf jede einzelne Schraube auf und stelle sicher, dass sie wieder an ihren alten Platz zurückkommt, sonst könntest du deinen Mac beschädigen.

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    • Entferne die Antennenplatte noch nicht, sie ist immer noch mit dem Antennenkabel am Mac Mini angeschlossen.

    • Drehe die Antennenplatte vorsichtig um, damit du an den Stecker des Antennenkabels darunter herankommst.

      • Wenn die Anschlüsse des Mac mini zu dir zeigen, ist die sicherste Stelle, um die Antenne hochzuheben, an der rechten Seite.

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    • Entferne die 2,8 mm Torx T6 Schraube, die das Antennenkabel am Logic Board des Mac Mini befestigt.

      • Halte die Antennenplatte sorgfältig, so dass das Kabel nicht zu stark belastet wird, während du die Schraube herausdrehst.

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    • Ziehe vorsichtig am Kabel oder benutze die Spudgerspitze, um seinen Stecker aus seinem Anschluss auf dem Logic Board herauszuheben.

    • Wenn du das Kabel wieder anschließt, kannst du den Stecker mit einer Pinzette sorgfältig über dem Anschluss positionieren und dann fest nach unten drücken, bis er einschnappt.

      • Wenn das Kabel etwas lockerer sein soll, kannst du es zeitweise aus den Klammern herausholen, mit denen es an der Antennenplatte befestigt ist.

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    • Entferne die Antennenplatte vom Mac Mini.

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  3. Frohes Fest, frohes Tüfteln
    Erhalte 12 € Rabatt auf deinen Einkauf ab 50 € mit dem Code FIXMAS12.
    Frohes Fest, frohes Tüfteln
    Erhalte 12 € Rabatt auf deinen Einkauf ab 50 € mit dem Code FIXMAS12.
    • Entferne die vier 7,2 mm Torx T6 Schrauben, mit denen der Lüfter befestigt ist:

      • Zwei Schrauben, die den Lüfter am Logic Board befestigen.

      • Zwei Schrauben, die den Lüfter am Lüfterkanal befestigen.

    • Diese Schrauben sind mit Gummidichtungen am Lüfter befestigt, so kommen sie wahrscheinlich nicht ganz heraus. Achte nur darauf, dass sie vollständig gelöst sind.

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    • Der Stecker des Lüfterkabels befindet sich unter dem Lüfter und kann nicht abgezogen werden, bevor der Lüfter zur Seite bewegt worden ist. Versuche im Moment noch nicht, den Lüfter ganz zu entfernen.

    • Hebe den Lüfter an der flachen Kante hoch, dort wo er auf den Abluftkanal trifft. Achte darauf, dass das Kabel darunter nicht zu stark belastet wird.

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    • Fasse das Lüfterkabel an allen sechs Drähten an und hebe es vorsichtig hoch, damit es sich aus seinem Anschluss auf dem Logic Board löst.

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    • Entferne den Lüfter.

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    • Fasse das Kabel der Stromversorgung und gebe es hoch, um es vom Logic Board zu trennen. Wackle unter Umständen ein wenig daran, um es abzulösen.

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    • Hebe vorsichtig den Stecker der Status-LED gerade hoch und löse ihn aus seinem Anschluss auf dem Logic Board.

    So I followed the picture above, but lifting straight up on it ended up breaking off the entire component from the board…

    Is there a way to fix this? It doesn’t look like the computer turns on without this connection made

    Kevin Moran - Antwort

    @ksmoran Yes, it can be fixed. See Maarten’s comments on the RAM guide. That connector is only for the LED indicator light on the front, so your Mac mini should still turn on and work fine. If it’s not turning on, there’s some other problem.

    Jeff Suovanen -

    • Drehe die beiden 7,5 mm Torx T10 Schrauben heraus, mit denen das Logic Board befestigt ist.

    These were very tight,

    plevin - Antwort

    • In diesem Schritt sollst du das Logic Board aus den Klammern herausschieben, mit denen es am Rahmen befestigt ist. Drücke nur an den angezeigten Stellen, sonst könntest du die empfindlichen Kühllamellen beschädigen.

    • Setze einen Daumen an jedem Ende des Abluftkanals über den Schraubenlöchern des Lüfters an. Drücke fest, bis sich das Logic Board löst.

    • Wenn die Klammern gelöst sind, kannst du das Logic Board aus dem Gehäuse herausgleiten lassen.

    • Achte beim Zusammenbau darauf, dass das dünne Kabel zur Status-LED aus dem Weg ist, so dass es nicht beschädigt werden kann.

    Okay - I used a lot of “might” to push on the ends of this heatsink to no avail. Literally, I was scared to break it - I could feel one side moving and the other not budging. I used a large flat-edge screwdriver vertically into the Mac Mini, prying lightly against the edge of the case hole and onto the back edge of one of the silver fan standoffs protruding from the motherboard. Very little leverage here caused the board to pop out past those tight clips. Phew!

    booster4075 - Antwort

    Agreed needed a lot of force, but came out as described just tense moment. Almost ready to try the pry method and then it popped free. Phew is right.

    plevin - Antwort

    • Entferne die vier 2,8 mm Torx T5 Schrauben, mit denen die RAM Abschirmung befestigt ist.

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    • Hebe die RAM Abschirmung hoch und schiebe sie von der RAM Einheit ab.

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    • Jedes RAM Modul wird auf beiden Seiten von zwei Klammern festgehalten. Drücke die Klammern mit den Fingern vom RAM Modul weg.

      • Wenn die Klammern gelöst sind, werden die Module leicht schräg herausspringen.

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    • Schiebe jedes RAM Modul gerade heraus und entferne es.

    • Fasse beim Hantieren das RAM Modul nur an den äußeren Kanten an. Achte darauf, dass du nicht die goldfarbenen Kontakte am unteren Rand berührst.

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    • So werden die neuen Module eingesetzt:

      • Achte darauf, dass das Modul richtig orientiert ist und der untere Einschnitt passt. Schiebe es dann im gleichen Winkel wie beim Ausbau hinein. Drücke gleichmäßig, bis die Goldkontakte nicht mehr sichtbar sind.

      • Wiederhole das Ganze für das zweite Modul.

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    • Drücke dann die Oberkante jedes RAM Moduls nach unten, so dass es zum Logic Board hin einklappt, bis die Halteklammern an den Seiten einschnappen.

      • Wenn die Gummiführungen dabei die Halteklammern stören, dann drücke sie mit einer Hand vom RAM weg und bewege mit der anderen Hand das RAM an seinen Platz. Lasse dann die Führungen los.

    • Überprüfe nochmals die Halteklammern und schaue nach, ob beide Module fest und sicher sitzen.

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Thank you, Rod! Would love to see a section on how to remove the memory cage . Also, just curious as to what release of the Mac Mini this is, and why it doesn’t have a memory cage.

syvalley - Antwort

Since I don’t actually own this model, some of the pics are from the 2014 model where I could see that they looked very similar to some of the initial teardown videos showing up online. Step 2 and 8 are of the actual 2018 model. Hopefully someone who actually owns the 2018 version can post some extra steps with pics of the cage and how to remove it.

Rod Bland -

Update: now with pics of the RAM cage.

Rod Bland - Antwort

Thank you so much! I’m curious about CPU. Is it possible to replace it?

cjoonh - Antwort

No, the CPU is soldered to the logic board.

Jon Anscher -

Looks like the SSD is replaceable as well. Any idea on what kind of standard it follows?

QiF - Antwort

looks like soldered to me. either way, with that T2 chip on board one shall not pass through…

Peter Marencik -

Just realised from another post, that this is the 2014 mini…

QiF - Antwort

Some of the original photos were from the 2014. All photos are now from the 2018.

Douglas Bailey -

The new Mac mini doesn’t have removable ssd like on Step 8…

I just though that it’s great to have an upgradeable SSD.

patchosan - Antwort

I am a little confused, The T6 Torx Security screwdriver is for every step of the way or where does T9 Torx Screwdriver, P5 Pentalobe Screwdriver comes in?

Alex - Antwort

I’ve updated the guide now to make this clearer. Torx TR6, Torx T10 and Torx T5 is what’s needed.

Rod Bland -

Thank you.

It is a bit confusing, because the photos here are a mix of the 2014 and 2018 Mac mini. However it does help. :)

OP Plays / WildApple gaming - Antwort

All fixed now. All pics are from the current 2018 model.

Rod Bland -

How many slots for ram rank have Mac mini? And the entry version (8Gb) how many rank have ? One of 8gb or two of4gb? Tank’s

tiffanycafenapoli - Antwort

There are two RAM slots.

If you order the Mac Mini with 8GB RAM, it will contain 2 x 4GB RAM cards.

Douglas Bailey -

what about the CPU??? Please explore more!!!

Peter Marencik - Antwort

Hi Peter,

the CPU is not socketed. Check out the teardown here.

Arthur Shi -

Can you put 2400Mhz RAM in the Mac Mini?

I ask because the MAC mini memory ram is rated for 2666mhz and I have ddr 4 2400mhz RAM laying around.

Nicholas Mohamed - Antwort

I’m curious to this as well, because performance-wise there’s not any noticable difference but there is a price difference.

Mikael D -

I had a pair of G.Skill F4-2400C16S-16GRS laying around as well and both went in to an i5 mini no problem. About this Mac reported that the new memory speed was 2400 .

Ben Marco -

Is it possible to have :

1x 4Go DDR4 Apple 2666Mhz

with

1x 16Go DDR4 Crucial 2666Mhz ?

jean - Antwort

Yes, you can mix and match the module sizes in just about any Mac, so you could even have 4GB +32GB

Rod Bland -

Rod, do you know if the performance is affected by different sized RAM? It may be too late for me now, but maybe I should have bought one 32GB module instead of two 16s.

Jon Anscher -

Although it is technically okay to mix ram sizes (if the mobo and BIOS allows it), there IS a performance penalty when not using matched pairs of memory. That is true for just about any computer (Windows PC or Mac); , it has to with interleaving and other factors. In some cases, even if both sticks are same RAM size but different makers or configurations, that can also cause a performance hit, hence why most recommend using matched pairs of SAME manufacturer / model. By configuration i mean a 4 GB chip may have a 4 x 1GB config., where as another 4GB chip from another maker may have a 2 x 2GB config or 8 x 512MB (or whatever, ) Macs have historically much tighter tolerances (ie. less forgiving) when it comes to memory vs say a garage mix and match PC build; I strongly suggest using matched pairs by same maker, and stick to reputable brands. there are a lot of gray market chips out there with very questionable tolerances; if the price SEEMS TOO GOOD, THERE IS A REASON.

Michael Chin -

The first video posted on Youtube said the mac didn’t recognize the replaced memory properly. He installed the DDR4 3000, but it just run at 2444. Do you guys tried other RAMs?

seawah.k - Antwort

So, upgrading the ram won’t brick the Mac mini?

tran269 - Antwort

No it will not brick the mac, worked like a charm with the Corsair 2x16GB from Amazon. Sorry IFIXIT.

Provided you take static precautions and use general care.

This tutorial is a great step by step. I used the IFIXIT TOOLKIT and the IFIXIT Magnetic Project Mat to complete the task. 30 minutes start to boot up. Save about 350 some odd dollars versus ordering it preconfigured from Apple, but to each their own.

Roger Alexander -

32GB RAM should meet my needs for a while, as it has for several years now. I read that the mini won’t be as fast with unbalanced RAM, so I ordered 2x16 instead of 1x32. That could have given me 36GB along with a 4GB from my 8GB mini order. 2x16Gb costs less than 1x32 so there’s a savings there, but I will ultimately have wasted money on the 16GB SODIMMs if I eventually need to upgrade to 64GB. Wasn’t an easy thing to decide on.

Lots of people will face this dilemma.

Johann Johannson - Antwort

As I wrote the previous post on the 8GB mini, the security bits for installing the RAM arrived. With 8 programs and several background processes running—the LG 4K monitor Newegg had on sale last week for $259 has 30 icons on its menu bar—the mini is still comfortably below its 8GB limit. With paging occurring only infrequently and at blazing-fast speeds, I’m beginning to wonder if I’ll ever feel a need to install more than 32GB RAM.

Now to get to work and put those tools to use. Thanks for the tips!

Johann Johannson - Antwort

Thanks so much for putting this guide together! Upgraded with 32GB of Crucial RAM. It works great, and I saved $240!

Jon Anscher - Antwort

Bricked! Mini will not turn on. Any ideas?

For the avoidance of doubt. I presume I did something wrong. Anyway, put factory ram back in, still doesn’t start.

spamsea - Antwort

Have you tried unplugging everything except a single monitor, keyboard, and mouse from the Mac Mini? I had some issues starting up the Mac Mini with a lot of peripherals plugged in. It seems to have resolved itself after it fully loads for the first time and all the updates hit. Although it does worry me a bit, long-term.

Jon Anscher -

That comment probably just saved Apple thousands of dollars lol. Hope you got it fixed, please keep us hesitants posted.

Radwan Kaloti -

I tried both removing all devices (headless) and just the basics. Is there anyway to tell if the power is plugged correctly to the logic board? I mean it looks right, just trying to think of things I could check. The only things I can think of are that the ram is somehow out of alignment in some micro way, (i tried new ram, old ram, wiggling in various directions etc) I didn’t put the power plug back on the logic board correctly or I somehow fried something..

spamsea -

One other thing you might try is powering it on in Recovery mode to confirm there is no software glitch. Have you posted this in the Answers community? There might be more technical folks there to try and help.

Jon Anscher -

Did you get it working spamsea?

Radwan Kaloti -

I had heard that it was necessary for Apple to run some sort of hardware test before new Apple products would be able to run ANY replacement parts. Could this be the reason it doesnt work? Now I’m nervous about trying to upgrade.

Ben DeJong -

Same-ish here. I swapped out the original ram for 32GB (2x16) from Crucial. Then the Mac mini won’t turn on again. I put the old ram back in and it turns on, but only recognizes one slot.

Jarrod -

Well, there is nothing for it, just gotta take it in to the Genius Bar. See if they can tell me what is wrong.

spamsea -

I’m bailing on the upgrade, it’s just not worth the potential hassle. And I thought about it, if ever I need to take it in to Apple for repairs during the apple care warranty, that’s opening and closing it 3 times, RAM in RAM out, might get away with it once, but opening it 3+ times ups the chances to break something.

Radwan Kaloti -

Fixed it.

Problem 1: The ram wasn’t seated properly. It clicks into place a few millimeters before it’s pushed down far enough. Push until the gold connectors are no longer visible at all. Mine seemed like it would break, but it didn’t.

Problem 2: This one was minor, but I had to hold the power button down for 5 or 10 seconds before it turned on. This isn’t usually the case, it’s only after replacing the ram.

Jarrod -

Way to go Jarrod! Thanks for the update. Please post another in a day or two as to how stable everything is. Thanks!

Mike Buettner -

Jarrod - are you still experiencing the power button long hold to start?

Mike Buettner -

Second mini. I followed the same steps, it all went fine. One difference is that on the second mini, I replaced the ram before turning it on for the first time.

spamsea -

This goes to my comment that Steps 19 - 22 and in Step 22 in the comment it says currently:

If the rubber guards interfere with the clips, spread the rubber guards away from the RAM with one hand and use the other to angle the RAM modules into place. Then, release the guards.

This should be replaced with - Remove the rubber grommets or RAM SHIELD FEET by sliding them in the same direction you slid the RAM SHIELD to remove it and then replace the ram normally. Replace the FEET and the Shield as described.

Roger Alexander -

Info: Mac Mini 2018 also works with DDR4 2400 Mhz

About this Mac: https://gyazo.com/b203d435cf809b2775abb7...

System Info: https://gyazo.com/21213acd745d5f2d6219c3...

Joerg Michael - Antwort

Looks like we have a wait a little while more before we proceed to change those RAMs. The worst fear is bricking the whole system.

Let’s wait for more updates from those who can’t turn on their systems after changing their RAMs.

truecolours1971 - Antwort

Plus, if the MM 2018 is able to run various task normally at 8GB of RAM, I don’t see myself upgrading the RAMs until the pricing are much lower. For now, 64GB is about $1,080 at OWC website which is ridiculously priced! Maybe when the MM is able to accept and run 128GB worth of RAM (day dreaming at the moment!), I will buy it! Will only purchase the 64GB RAM when it is less than $500 or less. My take for those who have not upgraded yet, use your MM for now and don’t think of upgrading your RAMs until much later. Upgrading to 32GB will see some improvement but why not wait a couple months and get the 64GB which will max out your system. MM 2018 is still relatively new and iFixit probably need to go through the whole system again to see and retest to make sure whatever we open, will not void out 1-3 years Apple Care Warranty plus brick the whole system.

truecolours1971 -

Yes, anxious to hear how upgraded Minis are working.

Mike Buettner - Antwort

What, no antistatic mat and bracelet. If the RAM modules are sensitive to static charges, you should use static protection gear. You can zap a memory chip and never even know you did it until you cannot boot or you get system crashes or other oddnesses.

jferris1119 - Antwort

Is there any chance to replace the SSD ?

wyattwong - Antwort

Can you use only one slot, e.g. 1x16GB and add another one later (even better 1x32 when those are out)?

beczka - Antwort

Thank you for your guide.Great work. I added 2x16GB Crucial and it’s working like a charm. One drawback … I killed the WLAN antenna socket. This one is very very fragile. While putting the cable back on the pin and pushing gently to lock it the whole socket came off. Good that I don’t need the WLAN module and maybe I’m able to buy a new socket somewhere sometimes and solder it back on place …

Markus Müller-Heidelberg - Antwort

Hello. Is it possible to run the Mac Mini 2018 with only one RAM module (leaving the second one empty)? If it is possible, is there a penalty in its performance?

Thanks you.

Adrian Alvarado - Antwort

This is the first ifixit repair guide I’ve ever followed. The 3 steps I was most worried about...Step 6: antenna cable connector removal. Step 10: fan cable removal. Step 13: LED indicator light cable removal...weren't an issue at all. In fact the only step I had an issue with was Step 15 (pushing the logic board free) and that's because I wasn't pushing hard enough. Overall, a little scary to crack open something brand new that's $1k but I was able to pull it off without issue. (thankfully). Now this Mac mini is running with 32GB + 3 monitors and should last me the next 4 years till Apple updates it again.

Craig Miller - Antwort

My upgrade went pretty much okay. Easier than I thought. Antenna wire snapped right back on, motherboard slid out without much effort and memory modules were easy to remove and seat. Only problem I had was a stripped head on a fan Torx T6 screw on reassembly. I must not have had the driver seated into the screw correctly. Screw is tight so all okay for now. Booted up and shows the 32GB of RAM. Need to find a new screw and hope the old one comes out. I know I didn’t crank it down. Any idea where to find that screw?

Mike Buettner - Antwort

Yes that angle of attack should probably be emphasized in detail in Step 8 - good point!

I was like WHAT? Thankfully I have my cheater glasses (old eyes) and I was able to see the angle of attack clearly under magnification.

Roger Alexander -

Step 8 - make it more clear the ‘rubber grommeted’ screws are ‘captive screws’ and they are specifically the yellow screws holing the front of the air box to the heat sink - not the red screws which are removed completely during this process.

Step 15 - for me it was necessary to use the blue pry tools employed in the opening of the bottom cover to assist in ‘freeing’ the main board from the housing - probably not everyone will encounter this but after some serious pushing on the heat sink without result, I fell back to this step. I pushed and the left side budged, but only slightly. So I started on that edge at the ‘case / port mounts of the mainboard seal’ with the blue pry tools and boom it popped free and I was able to complete the step as described to free the mainboard completely from the case…..

Roger Alexander - Antwort

Step 19 - 22 I think it should be made clear that there are rubber grommets that serve at the ram shield ‘feet’ and they can be remove by sliding them in the same direction you slid the Ram shield to remove it. then you can replace the ram - replace the ‘rubber feet’ and then the Ram Shield. I preferred this method to ‘fumbling around that rubber to access the clips to free the ram. This step should definitely be included.

Great tutorial - easy to follow - thanks man!

Roger Alexander - Antwort

Hi Rod,

On Step 3 it says to “Remove six TR6 Torx security screws…of the following lengths: Three 4.1 mm screws; Three 1.8 mm screws”

Is this a typo? How can it be that one TR6 screwdriver can remove two different sizes of screws/

Thank you for your help.

Ken Klippenstein - Antwort

Ken,

It is not a typo the screws are different sizes but require the same T6 Torx to remove them. The Larger serve as the mount points for the rubber case bottom and are in fact what you used the pry tool in steps 1 and 2 to remove the bottom cover ‘from’.

Hope this helps.

Roger

Roger Alexander -

TR6 is the head size, which is shared by both screws. The millimeter measurements are the lengths of the screws from head to the bottom of the shaft, not across the width of the head.

Sam Lionheart -

This guide is excellent. I would have been stuck at removing the logic board without it! Sure glad I bought the iFixit toolkit on Black Friday. What I installed was Ballistix Sport DDR4-2666 (2x16GB). But Mac reports it is running at 2400MHz, not 2666. Otherwise it is working great. Has anyone been able to correct RAM speeds? On a PC I’d fiddle with BIOS settings and kick in the XMP profile, but is there anything I can do on a Mac?

chris - Antwort

Unfortunately I &&^&@@ up on step 13.

I was afraid to pull on the LED wire and had no grip on the plug. The I tried to wedge with a knife from below and the whole socket including the plug came loose from the board.

I know now this was stupid! Probably I should have lifted on the wire itself, right?

Do you think the tiny connections from the socket can be soldered again by somebody more professional?

Maarten - Antwort

@sikko Highly likely it can be fixed by somebody with the right skills and soldering rig. Fortunately I believe that socket is only for the little indicator LED on the front, so it’s likely not a mission-critical item. You can probably put it back together and ignore it. If I could pick one thing to break, that would be it ;)

Jeff Suovanen -

@sikko Highly likely it can be fixed by somebody with the right skills and soldering rig. Fortunately I believe that socket is only for the little indicator LED on the front, so it’s likely not a mission-critical item. You can probably put it back together and ignore it. If I could pick one thing to break, that would be it ;)

Jeff Suovanen - 2 hours ago

Yes Jeff, I put the mini together yesterday and found that everything was working okay (with 32 GB of RAM) except for the LED light. Today I went to an electronics repair guy, who soldered the socket back in place. That made me happy again. He was professional and really nice guy and did not even charge me anything for this soldering of the LED socket! So fortunately all is fine again.

I noticed now there is a warning at Step 13. Very good! I don’t know if that warning was there yesterday; at least yesterday I did not notice it.

Maarten - Antwort

Excellent description! And with the tools from iFixit it was easy to upgrade my MacMini 2018 to 32GB RAM. Thanks a lot.

heiko.morgen - Antwort

Completed upgrade this evening.  Great instructions!!!

John Clowes - Antwort

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