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  1. Hey guys, I'm moving to LA (from Argentina) in 10 days. Idea is to ship the entire PC in the luggare, I know they throw everything without carrying, but I have a few ideas to protect it. PC SPECS: Case itself ended up being a bit small, but my brother did some magic to make everything work, been working with this for 3 years and works perfectly. Thats one of the reasons I don't want to ship everything separatedly (also I know 0 about doing this stuff myself from scratch). My initial thoughts were: Taking of from the case: RAM GPUs SSD AND REGULAR DISKS POWER SUPPLY (mostly to win weight on the luggage) But since the 2080Ti Hybrid come with integrated cooler, and it was a bit of a nightmare to make it work, he recommended flying with them within the case, taking off from the mother slot and seal it so it doesnt move to avoid breaking any hose from the coolers. Here's a pic of my PC (ignore the dust ) And here are some protective elements: These bags in the middle "Instapak" acts like a airbag, you activate some chemicals and expands, idea is to put inside the CASE to make everything stick firm. Lastly, here's the CPU in the luggage: Any thoughts, tips or recommendations are more than welcome! Thank you!
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