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1.5 Core Solo, 1.66 or 1.83 Core Duo, or 1.83 or 2 GHz Core 2 Duo processor. This covers the first Intel-based Mac Mini models from Early 2006 to Mid 2007.

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Can a Mac mini model A1176 work with a power supply from a A1105?

Can a Mac mini model A1176 work with power supply from a Mac Mini model A1105 (18,5v 4,5A) ?

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A1105 is the model number for the 85W 18.5V 4.5A mac mini power supply.

(A1188 is the model number for the 110W 18.5V 6A mac mini power supply.)

The lower wattage power supply can work depending on which CPU you have. For instance, the 1.66GHz CPU draws max 31W.

This site says max power consumption of the 1.6GHz Core Duo Mac Mini was 38W.

http://www.blisstonia.com/eolson/notes/k...

Audiophile site mentioned that the 85W PSU is cleaner forMac Mini audio.

2GHz Core 2 Duo can consume 53.3W, so could still be OK with 85W PSU and SSD.

SSD uses less power than HDD.

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f_azazza  looks like a A1176 uses the same 18.5V but has a larger amperage at 6.0A. The A1176 power supply is compatible with

Mac mini (Early 2006)Mac mini Intel Core Solo 1.5Ghz, Core Duo 1.6GhzMA205LL/A, MA206LL/A, A1114

Mac mini (Late 2006)Mac mini Intel Core Duo 1.6Ghz, 1.8GhzMA607LL/A, MA608LL/A, A1176

Mac mini (Mid 2007)Mac mini Intel Core 2 Duo 1.8Ghz, 2.0GhzMB138LL/A, MB139LL/A, A1176

Mac mini (Early 2009)Mac mini Intel Core 2 Duo 2.0GhzMB463LL/A, MB464LL/A, A1283

Mac mini (Late 2009)Mac mini Intel Core 2 Duo 2.2Ghz, 2.5Ghz, 2.6Ghz (CTO)MC238LL/A, MC239LL/A, A1283

Mac mini (Mac OS X Server, Late 2009)Mac mini Intel Core 2 Duo 2.5GhzMC408LL/A, A1283

but not the A1176. Most likely not reverse compatible due to a connector etc. issue

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I bought a used Mac mini A1176 a few years ago (originally using the A1188 model, 110W power supply), and these days I found an used A1105 (85W). Unfortunately both (mac mini and power) didn't work together, there is no sign of life, but honestly I'm not sure if the Mac mini is working, as I've never tested it before. I'm an electrician, so I tested the A1105 power supply with a multimeter on all internal pins, and only 2 of their pins (out of a total of 5) showed 18.5V. I believe the tension pins were created in different locations for each model.

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