Samsung 470 Series 256GB SSD Review
We don't recommend popping the case open, as it's both risky and would undoubtedly invalidate the warranty if Samsung found out about it, but should you need to take a peek inside, the top shell pries right off with a little finesse. There aren't any screws holding it in place, it's just clipped on. It's best to use a plastic spunger for something like this, a handy tool for prying open all sorts of components without worry about scratching the surface should you slip. Note that if you're going to attempt this, lift the casing from beneath the orange border, not on top of it, otherwise you'll end up removing just the thin metal sheet on top and need to glue it back on.