In this guide, I’ll disassemble Dell Precision 5510. Refer to the guide, you can upgrade, repair and clean your Precision 5510, or remove the hard drive, wireless card, battery, cooling fan, SSD and upgrade RAM.
Remove ten screws securing the bottom case, open the white nameplate, you can find another two screws, remove it.
From the picture, you can see there are a layer of cooling stickers on the bottom case.
Once the bottom case was removed, you can access the battery, hard drive, SSD, wireless card, RAM, heat sink and cooling fan.
Dell Precision 5510 have two RAM slots, comes with two 8GB PC4-2133P Micron RAM, max support 32GB RAM, so you can replace it by two 16GB PC4-2133P RAM.
Dell Precision 5510 features an 11.4v, 56wh Li-ion battery, Dell model: RRCGW.
Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 8260NGW wireless card + Bluetooth, Dell model: 08XG1T.
Samsung 256GB PM951 M.2 PCIe NVMe 2280 SSD, you can upgrade to SM951 or Samsung 256GB 950 PRO.
Western Digital 1TB hard drive