Only has one RAM slot, so I only upgraded to 8 GB. For some reason, I thought it had 2 slots. I was going to remove the motherboard, to see if there was another slot on the other side. Decided it wasn’t worth the effort. YouTube video replaced the stick with one 16 GB stick, which leads me to believe there’s probably only one slot.
Crucial 16GB Kit (8GBx2) DDR4 2400 MT/S (PC4-19200) SR x8 SODIMM 260-Pin Memory - CT2K8G4SFS824A
MyDigitalSSD 480GB SBXe Single-Sided 80mm (2280-S2-M) M.2 PCI Express 3.1 x4 (PCIe Gen3 x4) NVMe SSD - MDNVME80-SBXe-0512
I stripped one screw, got it out with a flathead screwdriver. I also bought laptop screws on Amazon.
QTEATAK 300Pcs Laptop Notebook Computer Replacement Screws Kit for Lenovo Toshiba Gateway Samsung HP IBM Dell Sony Acer Asus SSD Hard Disk SATA
One of the screws worked.
I can’t link to Amazon, they told me to remove all links, when they terminated my affiliate account.
Should have taken those pictures with a different lens, 45mm makes it a pain in the ass.
I use the Linux Clear kernel from the AUR with two patches for WiFi. You can find the one I compiled here. Using the linux-amd-raven kernel now.
I could send the RAM back, but I’m lazy, so I’ll just have 8 GB, and a spare stick.
Laptop sold, didn’t use it.