MSI GS30 Shadow Disassembly

In this guide, I’ll remove the MSI GS30 Shadow’s back cover to access the internal components, refer to the guides, you can remove battery, wireless card, cooling fan, SSD and RAM.

Remove all screws from the bottom case, pry up and remove the bottom case.

Under the bottom case, you can access the internal components, including battery, SSD, wireless card, RAM, heat sink and cooling fan.

MSI GS30 Shadow comes with two 8GB memory and two 256GB Sandisk SSD

Dual heat pipes.

MSI GS30 Shadow comes with a 7.4v, 6400mah/47.36wh Li-polymer battery.

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