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Remove all screws securing the bottom case.
Pry up and remove the bottom case.
When the case was removed, you will be able to access most internal components.
Note: there is a screw is covering with fragile stickers, if you upgraded the SSD, RAM, HDD and graphics card by yourself, you will void the warranty.
Here’s graphics card heatsink/cooling fan module.
The heat sink is very strong.
Here’s Intel processor heatsink/cooling fan module.
The laptop has three M.2 slots, and it comes with two SSD, so another SSD can be installed.
There is a heat sink covering the SSD.
It comes with a 14.4V, 75.4Wh Li-ion battery.
Here’s the speaker module.
Here’s NVIDIA Geforce GTX 1070 graphics card. Users can freely change the graphics card.
After the heat sink and cooling fan were removed, we find other MXM graphics card slot beside the SSD slots, that means you can add another graphics card.
NVIDIA Geforce GTX 1070 chip, PA6A41.M1P, N17E-G2-A1
NVIDIA Geforce GTX 1070 graphics card board
Here’s spare MXM graphics card slot.
Now let’s upgrade the SSD.
Here’s is new SSD – Samsung MZVPV256HDGL-0000 SM951 M.2 SSD.
Remove the heat sink. You can access two SSDs (Dual NVMe M.2 SSDs by PCIe Gen3 X4 in RAID 0).
If you remove the white metal plate, you can access the hard drive.
The laptop comes with an HGST 1TB 7200RPM hard drive.
Here are two spare RAM slots.
Two 8GB DDR4 2133 were installed, by the way, the laptop supports up to 64GB RAM.
Killer 1535 wireless card, the card supports dual bands (2.4 GHz and 5GHz), IEEE standards-based 802.11a/b/g/n/ac, and Bluetooth connectivity.