Hi All... Was looking to boost ram in my 2011 Mac Mini Server from 8 to 16gb. While the speed of ram that is generally specified for this model is PC3-10600 DDR3 1333 MHz, I spoke to a rep from Crucial, who said that he was surprised to find that PC3-12800 DDR3-1600 ram was listed as being OK for the 2011 Mac Mini Server. (CRT 2K1GB64BS1 Crucial 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR3-1600 204-pin SODIMM Memory) So I ordered the PC3-12800 DDR3-1600, installed it, and it appears to be working just fine. Ran Geekbench, but only 32 bit, and speeds got a bit better (from 8950 for 8gb to 9013-9031 for 16gb). I didn't do the Cinebench for the 8gb setup, but for the 16gb setup, it came out to 4.44 for the CPU, and 11.54 for the Open GL. My question is, are there any drawbacks or benefits to using this ram over the PC3-10600 1333? Would it help or hurt my speed to use it? If there's some reason to not use the 1600, I do have another 2012 mini I'm setting up for a colleague, that I could this ram in. Thanks in advance for your help on this!