In this guide I will disassemble a MSI GT75VR 7RE Titan. I will remove the bottom case in order to access the battery, SSD, HDD, Wi-Fi card, RAM, CMOS battery, cooling fan, heat sink and motherboard.
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The GT75VR is MSI’s new flagship series gaming laptop, it’s equipped with a single key RGB adjustable backlight mechanical keyboard, compared to GT73VR series models, the keyboard upgrade to the mechanical keyboard, the palm rest add the metal pad, and the thickness and weight of the fuselage also has a corresponding increase, it looks like with the GT73 is not much different, but it is done a lot of improvements in the details.
First of all, remove all screws from the bottom cover.
Lift up and remove the bottom cover.
With the bottom cover removed, you can get access to the internal components.
1. CPU and GPU fan
2. NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 8G GDDR5 Graphics card
3. Intel Core i7-7700HQ
4. RAM slots
5. Wi-Fi card
6. 256GB PCIE SSD, dual 128GB RAID0, 1TB HDD
The MSI GT75VR Titan has ten copper pipes, three pipes covering the CPU and five pipes covering the CPU.
The laptop comes with a 5225mAh, 75.24Wh Li-ion battery.
The lower left corner and the lower right corner are speakers and subwoofer.
Killer 1535 wireless card, it is supporting dual-band (2.4 GHz and 5 GHz) and IEEE standards-based 802.11a/b/g/n/ac. Hon Hai P/N: T77H643.01
Here’s CPU cooling fan.
The MSI GT75VR has three M.2 slots and comes with two Samsung 128GB PCIe SSDs. These two SSDs make up RAID 0.
There are two 8GB DDR4 RAMs on the back of the motherboard, it is also had other two RAM slots on the front of the motherboard, the laptop support up to 32GB RAM.
Lift up and remove the motherboard.
On the back of the motherboard, we can see two RAMs, CMOS battery and sound card chip.
There is also a card slot on the board to facilitate the use of extended graphics card.
Heat sink and cooling fan
HGST 1TB 7200 RPM HDD
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