In this guide, I’ll disassemble a Dell Precision 7510. Refer to this guide, you can upgrade, repair and clean your Precision 7510, you also can remove the battery, hard drive, SSD, wireless card, RAM, motherboard, cooling fan and SSD.
Intel® 6th Gen Core™ i7 6820HQ (2.7GHz/8MB cache)
8GB, DDR4-2133MHz SDRAM, Non-ECC, Up to 64GB DDR4 at 2133Mhz
AMD FirePro W5170M with 2GB GDDR5 dedicated memory
15.6″ FHD (1920×1080)
1000GB SATA hard drive (7200RPM)
91Whr Lithium Ion polymer battery
Remove the white sticker, unlock and remove the service cover.
Under the service cover, you can get access to the hard drive and 91Whr MFKVP battery. In the picture, i have removed the battery.
Under the battery, there are two screws securing the hard drive module.
On the hard drive module, you can find a hard drive module remove guide.
Unlock and remove the bottom case.
We can get access to the SSD slot, two RAM slots(according to the information on the dell website, Precision 7510 have four RAM slot, support up to 64GB DDR4 2133Mhz RAM, another RAM slots should be on another side of the motherboard),wireless card, WWAN slot and CMOS battery.
SSD slot has a copper cover. Remove one screw, you can remove the cover.
There is a layer of cooling grease on the copper cover.