Inside Dell Precision 15 7560 – disassembly and upgrade options

The Precision 15 7560 is a proper workstation. As such, it has a ton of memory and storage expansion potential. Take a look!

Check out all Dell Precision 15 7560 prices and configurations in our Specs System or read more in our In-Depth review.

1. Service door

Interestingly, you can access one of the M.2 ports via a service door. To take the SSD out, flick the security bracket and undo two Phillips-head screws.

2. Remove the bottom plate

If you need to go even further, undo all 8 captive Phillips-head screws, and pop the bottom panel open.

3. Battery

Inside, you will see a 95Wh battery pack. It lasts for more than 16 hours of Web browsing, or 12 hours of video playback. To take the battery out, undo all three Phillips-head screws, and remove it from the chassis.

4. Memory and storage

Here, we see two out of the four RAM SODIMM slots. They fit up to 128GB of DDR4 memory regardless if we talk about ECC or non-ECC ones. Storage-wise, there are three M.2 ports. In addition, there is an optional SIM card tray.

5. Cooling system

For cooling, you get a total of three heat pipes, two heat sinks, and two fans.

6. More slots under the keyboard

To access the rest of the memory slots, you’ll have to remove the keyboard. First, unplug the keyboard and keyboard backlight ribbon cables. Then, turn the laptop the other way around, open the lid, and pry the keyboard lattice away. After that remove the seven Phillips-head screws, holding the board in place, and carefully lift it away from the device.

Here, you will find a metal shroud that shields the other two memory modules. You can remove it by undoing one Phillips-head screw.

Check out all Dell Precision 15 7560 prices and configurations in our Specs System or read more in our In-Depth review.

Dell Precision 15 7560 in-depth review

Better late than never, right? We have finally gotten ourselves a proper workstation from Dell. It is called the Precision 15 7560, and it is a very special specimen. For once, it resembles the old-fashion two-color finish and the cylindrical hinges. Yet, it incorporates some modern features like sharp edges and narrow side bezels.On the other hand, it is quite obvious that the visuals are the least important thing about this device. It is meant to do work. To make sure you get the best experience in this regard, Dell provides you with a ton of processor options. They come from the Tiger [...]


  • Up to 128GB of DDR4 (with ECC support) + three M.2 slots (Up to 10TB max)
  • Capable hardware
  • Fingerprint reader + optional IR face recognition and 5G connectivity
  • SD card reader + 2x Thunderbolt 4 + HDMI 2.1
  • Packs good security features
  • Great input devices
  • Fantastic battery life


  • Slightly larger footprint than usual
  • Uses PWM for brightness adjustment
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