Intel's eighth-generation ("Coffee Lake") desktop-class processors with support for fast 2666MHz DDR4 memory and Intel UHD Graphics 630 are featured in all Mac mini devices. Choosing the right processor for your needs is primarily determined by the software you want to run. Single-thread applications benefit from higher clock speeds, but multi-threaded software benefits from a processor with more cores. The basic Intel Core i5 processor, which runs at 3.0GHz and has 9MB of shared L3 cache, supports Turbo Boost speeds of up to 4.1GHz.
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