Inside the Intel Mac Mini
March 02, 2006
Apple have released the first Intel powered version of their Mac Mini, and once again the race was on to hunt one down, rip it open and reveal the innards.
This time Jason Snell over at MacWorld got there first, and took some rather interesting pictures. The Mac Mini still measures 6.5" x 6.5" x 2", though this time the CPU is an Intel Core Solo or Duo. Slightly more cooling is required than the previous G4 version - there's a heatsink on the CPU and (presumably) Northbridge, and a blower fan inside the case.
A cybernaut known as Reezle took more pictures, showing the Mac Mini both with, and without it's CPU. We're big fans of small computers here at Mini-ITX, and look forward to seeing more of these crammed into unusual places...
Macworld's Gallery and Reezle's Gallery
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