Dell XPS 13 9370 Disassembly (SSD, RAM Upgrade Options)


When Dell launched XPS 13 years ago, the design of the narrow border has been amazing to us. It can play a leading role directly. For many years, XPS has been a symbol of high-end. In the past CES 2018, the new XPS 13 9370 has won the best innovation award. DELL has made the XPS 13 become more perfect, and may bring a new wave in the market. DELL’s new XPS 13 using a new mold design, and the whole machine’s appearance has also been significantly improved.

First of all, remove all the Torx screws securing the bottom cover.
Open the rear cover with a warping piece. Be careful not to break the snaps on the back cover.
remove bottom plate

XPS 13 has excellent workmanship, and the interior is very full, and it’s almost no waste of space. It uses a dual cooling fan and a dual heat pipe, which is rare in a large number of 13.3-inch ultrabooks. On the SSD and motherboard, it adds silicon strips and heat sinks to assist heat dissipation, so as to minimize the system temperature.
It comes with an 8GB DDR3 RAM onboard, and without spare RAM slot, so you can not upgrade the RAM.
Dell XPS 13 9370 internal picture

Cooling fan and heat sink module
Dell XPS 13 9370 cooling fan and heat sink

Remove two screws securing the SSD heat sink.
remove SSD heat sink

The XPS 13 9370 comes with a Toshiba 256GB PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD.
Dell XPS 13 9370 256GB PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD

The new XPS 13 2018 with a 52Wh high capacity battery, we set the brightness at 50%, volume 20% and close all software, one hour continuous playback of 1080P video, only down 7%, according to projections, the normal use of up to 14 hours. The official claim that the Word (Excel) file can be processed for about 19 hours is complete without a problem. XPS 13’s battery is so powerful that you can even travel without a power adapter in the short trip.
Dell XPS 13 9370 battery



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