In this guide, I’ll disassemble Dell XPS 13 9350. Refer to this guide, you can upgrade, repair and clean your XPS 13 9350, or remove the SSD, battery, wireless card, cooling fan and motherboard.
Once the bottom cover is removed, you can access is granted to all of the major replaceable components: the battery, SSD, wireless card, CMOS battery, and heat sink/cooling fan assembly, speaker and motherboard.
The Dell XPS 13 9350 comes with a Samsung 256GB PM951 NVMe MZVL256HCHP-000D1 SSD, PM951 is Samsung’s Low-end SSD. Read and write speeds are quite slowly.
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From this picture, you can see XPS 13 9350 only has one M.2 SSD slot, and no RAM slot, so RAM can’t upgrade. The RAM is soldered to the motherboard.
The battery is very large, almost takes up most of the space.
Dell XPS 13 9350’s heat sink uses a single copper pipe, but it is enough for a 13.3-inch ultrabook.