Dell Laptop RepairTeardown

Dell G7 15 7588 Disassembly ( SSD, RAM, HDD Upgrade Options)

As Dell’s high-end gaming laptop, the Dell G7 15 7588 boasts power performance, high-definition screen, cool appearance, and excellent heat dissipation. Today, let’s start the disassembly of the Dell G7 7588 to explore its internal structure.
Dell G7
Before starting the disassembly, power off the laptop and disconnect the power cord.

remove the back cover
There is only a screw found on the laptop’s back cover.

remove the back cover
After taking out the back cover, its internal structure can be seen. There are the memory chip, the M.2 SSD, the 2.5-inch SATA HDD, and the wireless card under the back cover. And all these components can be upgraded and replaced by the user. With this design on the back, it is more convenient for the user to get the laptop upgraded.

battery
I will take out components one by one. First of all, remove the battery with the capacity of 56Wh. This laptop supports fast charge technology it can get fully charged quickly.

HDD
Next, take out the HDD. This HDD is made by Seagate. With the capacity of 1TB, it can meet user’s requirement on large storage capacity.


It is the M.2 (SATA) SSD from Hynix which has the capacity of 256GB. With this SSD, the user can store data and open the laptop at a faster speed.

Intel 9560NGW
The last one to be taken out is the Intel 9560NGW dual-frequency wireless card. Its speed can reach up to 1.73Gbps. Supporting 2.4GHz, 5GHz dual-frequency Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5.0, it can bring the user more stable wireless network experience and faster Bluetooth connection.

remove screws
Now, remove all screws securing the middle frame. Taking out four screws and disconnecting clips on both sides, and then this component can be taken out.

internal structure
This is the gaming laptop’s internal structure. The keyboard and the touchpad are placed on the top. And the motherboard, other components, and the heat dissipation module are fixed in the middle frame. After taking out all the screws, we can see the motherboard.

chipset
Uncover the shield sticker on the back of the motherboard, the chipset integrated on the back of the motherboard can be seen.

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3 Comments

  1. Hi, very interesting you unbuilt of the laptop. I have a question though. Is the heatsink on this pure copper or just has a layer of copper to aluminum pipes? I want to use liquid metal on mine later on but I heard there is a risk of corroding into the aluminum. It would be nice to know that. By the way, do you plan on using liquid metal on yours? What conformal coating is recommended for this job? Thank you

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