In most System 573s the RTC-RAM is soldered directly to the main board next to the BIOS. If you are lucky, when you go to replace your chip somebody will have done the hard work of socketing it for you. If this is not the case, you will need to first remove the old RTC-RAM chip via desoldering it. Afterwards, it is recommended to install a socket into the chip slot such that the new chip can be plugged in instead of soldered in.
Be careful when removing the chip. It is on the memory bus along with the BIOS and if you are not gentle you may break a trace. If you break a trace while swapping the RTC-RAM, you will get a unit that doesn't power on or boot loops. Careful tracing of the circuit and patching broken traces should get you going again, but try to avoid this by being gentle.