Asus ROG G751JY Disassembly

In this guide, I’ll disassemble Asus ROG G751JY to remove the bottom case, SSD, RAM, battery, wireless card, heat sink, cooling fan and motherboard. Refer to this guide, you can upgrade, repair your ROG G751JY.

You can use the following instructions for Asus ROG G751JT, G751JL and G751JM.

Remove one screw securing the service cover. Pry up and remove the service case.
Under the cover, you can find two hard drive modules and two spare RAM slots.

The Asus ROG G751 comes with a HGST 1TB 7200RPM hard drive and a Sandisk 256GB 2.5″ SSD.

Two spare RAM slots, the Asus ROG G751 have four RAM slots, other two RAM slots on the other side of the motherboard.

Remove all hidden screws.

Pry up and remove the cover.

Disconnect the speaker cable.

Asus ROG G751’s speaker module is installed on the cover.

Under the cover, you can get access a Li-ion battery and the LCD hinges.

Pry up and remove the keyboard/palm rest assembly.

Under the palm rest, you can access the optical drive, two RAM modules, card reader module, wireless card, USB board and cooling fan.

The Asus ROG G751 comes with two Samsung 8GB PC3L 12800S RAM.

Pull out the optical drive.

Remove all screws securing the LCD hinges. Disconnect the LCD cable from the motherboard.
Remove the display assembly.

Unplug two wireless antenna cables.
Remove one screw securing the wireless card.

Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 7260NGW Wireless Card, it is support 802.11ac, dual-band, 2×2 Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0.

Remove one screw securing the CPU cooling fan. Disconnect the fan cable from the motherboard.

Remove one screw securing the GPU cooling fan. Disconnect the fan cable from the motherboard.

Asus ROG G751’s CPU and GPU cooling fan

Now remove all screws securing the motherboard, disconnect all cables connecting the motherboard.

Remove the motherboard.

The Asus ROG G751 comes with 15v, 88wh Li-ion battery, Asus model: A42N1403.

Intel® Core™ i7-4710HQ Processor (6M Cache, up to 3.50 GHz)

Both two heat sink with dual copper pipe

Remove the heat sink.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980M graphics card

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