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Well, you’re in luck! Liverpool UK has one of the better Mac parts sources! Take a look here [https://www.thebookyard.com/parts-mac-mini-intel.php?cPath=96_252&sort=2a&filter_id=12|Logic boards for Apple Mac Mini Mid 2011]
 
As far as running CS6 on a intergradedan intergraded graphics engine of a 2011 Mac Mini, thats a bit iffy… Small jobs won't be a big issue but as you get into bigger more complex image or video creations you’ll hit the limitations of the CPU and graphics services the given system has.
As far as running CS6 on a intergradedan intergraded graphics engine of a 2011 Mac Mini, thats a bit iffy… Small jobs won't be a big issue but as you get into bigger more complex image or video creations you’ll hit the limitations of the CPU and graphics services the given system has.
 
If you are planning on doing a lot of heavy stuff I would recommend getting a more powerful model. Give this a read [https://everymac.com/systems/apple/mac_mini/mac-mini-aluminum-unibody-faq/mac-mini-aluminum-video-processor-display-support.html|EveryMac - Mac Mini Q&A]. Ideally you want an i7 CPU and at a minimum the Intel HD Graphics 4000.
 
If you stick with the direct replacement logic board I would recommend getting a good thermal management app like [https://www.tunabellysoftware.com/tgpro/|TG Pro] so you can better cool your system and monitor its thermals more effectively. You may need to be more aggressive in cleaning it of dust and making sure the vents are not blocked.

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Well, you’re in luck! Liverpool UK has one of the better Mac parts sources! Take a look here [https://www.thebookyard.com/parts-mac-mini-intel.php?cPath=96_252&sort=2a&filter_id=12|Logic boards for Apple Mac Mini Mid 2011]
 
As far as running CS6 on a intergraded graphics engine 2011 Mac Mini, thats a bit iffy… Small jobs won't be a big issue but as you get into bigger more complex image or video creations you’ll hit the limitations of the CPU and graphics services the given system has.
 
If you are planning on doing a lot of heavy stuff I would recommend getting a more powerful model. Give this a read [https://everymac.com/systems/apple/mac_mini/mac-mini-aluminum-unibody-faq/mac-mini-aluminum-video-processor-display-support.html|EveryMac - Mac Mini Q&A]. Ideally you want an i7 CPU and at a minimum the Intel HD Graphics 4000. If

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you stick with the direct replacement logic board I would recommend getting a good thermal management app like [https://www.tunabellysoftware.com/tgpro/|TG Pro] so you can better cool your system and monitor its thermals more effectively. You may need to be more aggressive in cleaning it of dust and making sure the vents are not blocked.
If you are planning on doing a lot of heavy stuff I would recommend getting a more powerful model. Give this a read [https://everymac.com/systems/apple/mac_mini/mac-mini-aluminum-unibody-faq/mac-mini-aluminum-video-processor-display-support.html|EveryMac - Mac Mini Q&A]. Ideally you want an i7 CPU and at a minimum the Intel HD Graphics 4000. If

If
you stick with the direct replacement logic board I would recommend getting a good thermal management app like [https://www.tunabellysoftware.com/tgpro/|TG Pro] so you can better cool your system and monitor its thermals more effectively. You may need to be more aggressive in cleaning it of dust and making sure the vents are not blocked.

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Editado por: Dan ,

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Well, you’re in luck! Liverpool UK has one of the better Mac parts sources! Take a look here [https://www.thebookyard.com/parts-mac-mini-intel.php?cPath=96_252&sort=2a&filter_id=12|Logic boards for Apple Mac Mini Mid 2011]
 
As far as running CS6 on a intergraded graphics engine 2011 Mac Mini, thats a bit iffy… Small jobs won't be a big issue but as you get into bigger more complex image or video creations you’ll hit the limitations of the CPU and graphics services the given system has.
 
If you are planning on doing a lot of heavy stuff I would recommend getting a more powerful model. Give this a read [https://everymac.com/systems/apple/mac_mini/mac-mini-aluminum-unibody-faq/mac-mini-aluminum-video-processor-display-support.html|EveryMac - Mac Mini Q&A]. Ideally you want an i7 CPU and at a minimum the Intel HD Graphics 4000. If you stick with the direct replacement logic board I would recommend getting a good thermal management app like [https://www.tunabellysoftware.com/tgpro/|TG Pro] so you can better cool your system and monitor its thermals more effectively. You may need to be more aggressive in cleaning it of dust and making sure the vents are not blocked.
If you are planning on doing a lot of heavy stuff I would recommend getting a more powerful model. Give this a read [https://everymac.com/systems/apple/mac_mini/mac-mini-aluminum-unibody-faq/mac-mini-aluminum-video-processor-display-support.html|EveryMac - Mac Mini Q&A]. Ideally you want an i7 CPU and at a minimum the Intel HD Graphics 4000. If you stick with the direct replacement logic board I would recommend getting a good thermal management app like [https://www.tunabellysoftware.com/tgpro/|TG Pro] so you can better cool your system and monitor its thermals more effectively. You may need to be more aggressive in cleaning it of dust and making sure the vents are not blocked.

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Well, you’re in luck! Liverpool UK has one of the better Mac parts sources! Take a look here [https://www.thebookyard.com/parts-mac-mini-intel.php?cPath=96_252&sort=2a&filter_id=12|Logic boards for Apple Mac Mini Mid 2011]

As far as running CS6 on a intergraded graphics engine 2011 Mac Mini, thats a bit iffy… Small jobs won't be a big issue but as you get into bigger more complex image or video creations you’ll hit the limitations of the CPU and graphics services the given system has.

If you are planning on doing a lot of heavy stuff I would recommend getting a more powerful model. Give this a read [https://everymac.com/systems/apple/mac_mini/mac-mini-aluminum-unibody-faq/mac-mini-aluminum-video-processor-display-support.html|EveryMac - Mac Mini Q&A]. Ideally you want an i7 CPU and at a minimum the Intel HD Graphics 4000.

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