I thirteen that I recently looked at now. You can see all these little specks on the screen. There that's the dust that's under my pre applied screen protector. That'S, all just down to luck, it's a bit of a lottery there. So in order to open it up, you're going to need 84 Torx screw because there are four of them on each corner. There unscrew those you're going to need also a pry tool now I'm. Using here, just an old, well it's, actually an old SIM card, the whole card of it or a credit card or a qatar pick as well, works really well for that. Okay, so screw out those four screws on each corner and put them to the side somewhere. Safe, so to start prying it open where I started was just along here, just pushed it in and just go along pushing along there sliding in along unclipping those clips, and you hear this clack clack clack noise, careful around where the speakers are, of course, because there's Actually, like a little soft butter, panning need to stop any vibrations, so you don't want to damage that just keep going around until you can get at least both sides done and then once both sides are unclipped, you should be able to just pull the back cover Off so now, I've got it all unclipped along there. This, hopefully, should just lift off. If all goes well. Oh, okay! There is a ribbon attached to it right here to the front, so be very careful with that that's.

Actually, the Pogo port so I'm going to have to get this unplugged first so to unplug it. You have to very carefully flip. This up here now be very, very careful with this, because if you break the hinges either side and can become a real major problem, so that's up now now, if there's a little bit of glue on there, because normally they actually put glue on these to stop Them moving around then we're gon na have to pick off that glue and things do get a little bit more difficult. So with that up, I should just be able to slide that out and now I can lift the rear off okay. So the good news here as I've seen just testing it out so far, but the thermals are quite good. Well, it doesn't go over 82 degrees on the CPU side of things and it maxes out about 88. That was after an hour of gaming. You can see why, because they've used some copper along here, so they've got a proper copper heat sink in there, there's like a or tape or thermal pad that's. On top of that to transfer heat onto the rear, alloy dia, that does have like this shielding heat shielding plastic on the back, so models out there I'm not actually going to Mont this one, but models out there. You can probably just put a huge thermal pad on the back of there and then remove this tape right there to help transfer more of that heat onto the rear case there, and there is a little bit of bad news here.

There are two spaces here for PCIe or SATA 3. It would be set a 3m 2 s DS, so they would go here, but you can see that the ports, not there, the slot slot they're just down here out of focus a little bit – are 2 screws to screw in some 22 by 42 millimeter ones there. But of course, without that I can't put my SSD in here, but this does mean at least a layout is here, so Chile must have future plans to possibly have a model with an SSD in there, or one of these could be a modem, the other one Could be an SSD who knows so now a very good look at the whole ladder, the thing so there's, an internal metal frame in there, that is good they've, got tape holding down the cables the battery seems to be well held in by this frame too. There is tape on that there, so you've got two 5000 and then our cells there, which yeah that accounts to the ten thousand and you have hours that they said that it has inside there now there's a couple other things to point out. There are two wireless antennas up here, both together on the top of the frame where it's plastic facing outwards, so that looks like they could be affected a little bit by the rear housing on the back I'm going to have to look into that other things there.

Well, there's the Intel wireless AC, 3 165 little chip there that soldered onto the motherboard and the RAM is going to be under here and the chipset I'm, not actually going to pull that that's screwed on I'm, not going to dig around and pull that off there And lastly, those four little tiny speakers. There are, of course, one each corner there that sound quite flat and I'm quite disappointed in them, because their marketing made it sound like they were going to be something special and clearly, if you hear the sound of them in my unboxing yeah, the hair head. Just plain in normal standard, cheap Chinese speakers last little close up here, so there is a plug there to pull out the battery and unplug that, of course. So if you are going to do some sort of heatsink mods make sure you remove that first and do earth yourself so you're not going to shoot out anything and be very careful if you do put extra copper on the chipset that it's, not nice, you're going To shoot out any resistors nearby because you will end up killing your HR 1308. So what the hell I decided to remove the copper heatsink you've got five screws. You need to remove and then you can just tell them I'm behind the taper. Then you can just pull it off, so we've got the EMC here to ram chips possible room there for eight gigabytes of RAM so come on chewie.

I would like to see an m2 SSD eight gigabytes of RAM and perhaps even the cell wrong in 4200. That would be really nice, so it's, just a matter of putting everything back together, just wanted to point out that the buttons they are plastic they're, loose, they're a bit of a pain, so you've got to put them facing down inside the rear case. When you put it all back together, I'll show you how to do that almost forgot before you do that make sure you plug in the Pogo port, otherwise the keyboard dock won't work at all. Hopefully you can see here. I'Ve got the buttons facing down there and I'm going to put it together. This way so I'm, using just a cloth on the bottom, to stop everything getting all scratched and then put this front half back into that keeping those buttons there intact and then pushing it. All together and make sure you test, the keyboard is actually working before you put the screws back in then you're going to have to check that Pogo port plug again, if it isn't. Lastly, put those four Torx screws back and there we go that's the internals of the Chewie h, hi 13, thanks a lot for watching, I hope to catch you back in the channel with more upcoming videos on this particular model here and lots of other tech.