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OWC Data Doubler Optical Bay Hard Drive/SSD Mounting Solution for Mac Mini 2009 Reviewed by Mikerose23 on Jan 21 . Rating: 5 OWC Data Doubler Optical Bay Hard Drive/SSD Mounting Solution for Mac Mini 2009 Includes everything needed to replace your optical drive with a second drive or solid state drive. Add up to an additional 1.0TB of internal storage. Add a Solid State Drive (SSD) for near instantaneous boot and app load. Even create a RAID […]

OWC Data Doubler Optical Bay Hard Drive/SSD Mounting Solution for Mac Mini 2009


OWC Data Doubler Optical Bay Hard Drive/SSD Mounting Solution for Mac Mini 2009


Includes everything needed to replace your optical drive with a second drive or solid state drive. Add up to an additional 1.0TB of internal storage. Add a Solid State Drive (SSD) for near instantaneous boot and app load. Even create a RAID array! Includes bracket screws, and detailed installation guide for complete all in one solution. Configuration flexibility is yours when you replace your Mac mini internal SuperDrive with the OWC Data Doubler. This custom engineered blue anodized aluminum bracket with adapter cable comes ready to mount any 9.5mm tall 2.5″ SATA hard disk drive and even Solid State Drives. Then, just install the entire assembly into a Mac mini 5.25″ optical drive bay. OWC Data Doubler makes it easy to custom design how you want your internal storage to perform. Installed drives are recognized like any other high speed SATA storage device and can be setup and partitioned using the Apple Disk Utility Program.

  • Includes the OWC Data Doubler bracket, adapter cable, screws and a detailed installaiton guide
  • For 2009 Mac Minis (Model ID Macmini3,1)
  • “Supports SATA 6Gb/s, 3Gb/s & 1.5Gb/s Interface 2.5″” Drive or SSD (Solid State Drive) of up to 9.5mm (Super Slim) height”



What customers say about OWC Data Doubler Optical Bay Hard Drive/SSD Mounting Solution for Mac Mini 2009?

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars
    Not prefect, but quite useful, and works very well, May 31, 2015
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    Danny

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    Great product. Used the included instructions to install successfully in my late 2009 mac mini.

    No five stars as a couple of holes to securely hold this bracket to the mac mini chassis were misaligned. So, I had to make do with holes that were in fact aligned. Does not impact the installation, as two screws is more than adequate for secure installation.

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars
    Worked as described, April 7, 2014
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    lehite

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    Used this in my 2009 Mac Mini. It installed without any issues and is working as intended. I used this with an SSD and the originally installed HDD to create a small fusion drive. Be sure to look up the installation instructions from OWC.

    The included SATA cable is a little awkward to use, but not too bad.

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars
    Perfect Fit, September 5, 2015
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    Ian

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    Installation was easy and product fit perfectly in place of the old optical drive. Installed a Samsung 500gb SSD for additional storage and works perfectly. Realized my external storage that connects though 2.0 USB was to slow for these days standards and this solution was a lot better.

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