ASUS ROG GL553VE features an Intel’s seventh-generation Core Duo processor (i5-7300HQ or i7-7700HQ), an 8GB DDR4-2400MHz RAM, maximum support 32GB DDR4-2400MHz memory, 128GB SSD and 1TB mechanical hard drive, and an NVIDIA GTX1050 Ti Discrete graphics card. We dismantled the laptop specific model of ROG GL553-VE7700.
The laptop body thickness of 30mm, ASUS through the optimization of material and structure, the weight of this product will be controlled to 2.5kg. This weight is acceptable for a 15.6-inch gaming laptop.
Thanks to the relatively thick body, so it got more excellent scalability. The left side of the fuselage has RJ45, HDMI, USB3.0 and USB Type-C port. The right side of the fuselage to provide a DVD burner (yes, that is, the drive is not a bracket) and a USB2.0 port.
In this guide, you will learn how to disassemble the ASUS ROG GL553VE and upgrade the SSD, RAM and HDD.
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1. Removing the bottom case
With the bottom case removed, you can get access to the battery, hard drive, SSD, RAM, speaker modules, heat sink, cooling fan, wireless card and motherboard.
2. Removing the optical drive
3. Wi-Fi card upgrade option
4. ASUS ROG GL553VE HDD upgrade & Removal
5. ASUS ROG GL553VE M.2 SSD upgrade & Removal
SK Hynix 128GB SSD, unfortunately, it is with SATA channel. The good news is that the M.2 slot should be supported NVMe SSD.
6. ASUS ROG GL553VE RAM memory upgrade & Removal
Asus ROG GL553VE heat sink and cooling fan module
The ROG GL553VE keyboard, screen, cooling fan and adapter are available in our parts store.