This is one of the most impressive laptops out there, with a 165W version of the RTX 3080 after a firmware update. Let’s see how it looks on the inside.
1. Remove the bottom plate
To get inside of this device you have to undo 13 Phillips-head screws. Then, carefully pry the bottom panel with a plastic tool or a guitar pick.
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