Asus Zenbook UX305FA Disassembly and RAM, SSD upgrade options

In this guide, I’ll explain how to disassemble Asus Zenbook UX305FA to remove the bottom case, battery, SSD, wireless card, heat sink and motherboard. Refer to this guide, you can repair your Asus UX305FA.

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Remove ten visible screws from the bottom case.

Remove four rubber mats, under the rubber mats, you can find the hidden screws.

Carefully pry up the bottom case with a pry bar or guitar pick.

When the bottom case removed, you can access the internal components of the Asus UX305FA, including SSD, battery, wireless card, heat sink, speaker and motherboard.

To protect hardware, you need to disconnect the battery connector first.

Asus UX305FA comes with a 11.4v, 45wh Li-polymer battery, Asus part number: C31N1411.

Under the battery, you can access the touchpad module.

Remove one screw securing the SSD.

Because Asus UX305FA is a fanless ultrabook, so the SSD is covered by a layer of cooling stickers.
The Asus UX305FA comes with a Micron 256GB M.2(NGFF) SSD.

Remove one screw securing the wireless card.

Intel Dual Band Wireless-N 7265 wireless card

Disconnect the yellow cable from motherboard connecting to USB board.

Remove four screws securing the motherboard.
Disconnect the LCD cable, touchpad cable, speaker cable from the motherboard.

Asus UX305FA motherboard

Now you can see the keyboard completely. It seem to not a backlit keyboard.

Asus UX305FA USB board

The right side speaker

The left side speaker

Remove four screws securing the heat sink.

Remove the heat sink.

Onboard RAM chips are covered by a layer of cooling stickers.

For more guide and information, please visit the Asus Zenbook UX305FA device page

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