Ok, if you are an AMD fan boy please keep your mouth shut Here is the major list of what I ordered. The parts that are with an * are to be replaced with the items within ( ). Inspiron 14 5000 Series ( 5402 ) Dell Cinema Color ( 74% effective colour reproduction ) Silver Palmrest With Fingerprint Reader Stereo speakers professionally tuned with Waves MaxxAudio(R) Pro English Palmrest System driver for Windows Wireless Driver for 9462/AX201 65 Watt AC Adapter Silver Backlit Keyboard 4-Cell Battery, 53WHr Intel(R) Wi-Fi 6 2x2 (Gig+) and Bluetooth 5.1 (2.4gbps wifi) 14" FHD (1920 x 1080) Anti-glare LED Backlight WVA Display (300nits) *512GB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD ( Option - Samsung 970 EVO Plus 512GB & 980 Pro 512GB ) *8GB, 1x8GB, DDR4, 3200MHz ( Option - 2x8GB DDR4-3200 ) Intel(R) Iris(R) Xe Graphics with shared graphics memory ( Allocate up to 16GB ) Windows 10 Home (64bit) English 11th Generation Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-1135G7 Processor (8MB Cache, up to 4.2 GHz) 3x N.2 PCI-E 3.0 ( 2 slots will accept either 2230 or 2280 card lengths ) 2x USB 3.2 HDMI 1.4a USB 3.0 compatibility through Thunderbolt 3 USB-C The Samsung 980 Pro 500 SSD card was a Monday sale item on Amazon, $120.00. The Samsung 970 EVO Plus 500 SSD card was purchased on Samsung store. NOTE: I had searched high and low for various specs, about half are in the service pdf, for this laptop. The other bits are from other manufacturers that have designs based around the platform, and are within the same price structure. I will temporarily add another 8GB stick to allow dual port ram configuration to kick in. Dell has screwed the pooch by only a single 4GB, and or 8GB in the build configs. Which limits ram to be single port. Also it seems the second M.2 port is best for cooling. I will test speeds of the 980 Pro on both ports. Seeing if heat makes a difference. Dell specifically states Intel Optane card must go in the second M.2 port. Assuming space tollarance, in fitment or by lack of cooling, at the first M.2 port, which seems cramped. Won't know until my laptop is delivered. All else everything beats the AMD Ryzen 5 & 7 optioned 5000 series, even if the two items I am replacing are swapped into it. Plus the AMD mobile options for the start of the year only address up to 32GB. While 11th Generation Intel i5 and i7 address up to 64GB. So if you do video editing 64 GB with 16GB allocated to Intel video through shared memory is impossible for AMD. I see no budget friendly AMD laptop worth owning when Intel takes the cake.