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Using a Standard M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD in the 2014 Mini

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In searching the web a month ago, I wasn't able to find articles on using a standard M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD in the 2014 Mini. I was going to order a Toshiba/OCZ RD400 for some yet-to-be-defined future use NOT in the 2014 Mini (it's a good PCIe SSD that Toshiba will be discontinuing and the 256GB model was available at a good price). Before it's used in it's ultimate destination, I decided to try it out in my 2014 Mini, trying out High Sierra for the first time, and share the results. I'm happy to say that it does work.

There's a thread in the MacBook Pro forum on using standard PCIe SSD's in the 2013-2015 MBP's that will be referenced in this post - I'll refer to it as the "big thread":


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