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Well you can see from the pictures that there is plenty of room leftover. An SG05 should fit fine. But I don't take responsibility if it doesn't since I can't test first hand. tongue.gif
     
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You should probably avoid watercooling, even if it is closed loop, if your intentions are to carry it on and not check it.
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You should probably avoid watercooling, even if it is closed loop, if your intentions are to carry it on and not check it.

Yea no, I'll be using air, the Silverstone lowprofile heatsink
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post #34 of 37
Oh okay. The H50 was mentioned in the 10th post, and it scared me, lol.

Btw, the Pelican 1510 would fit the bill. It could carry certain ITX cases comfortably, and it works as a carry on.

What are you going to do about a monitor though?
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Oh okay. The H50 was mentioned in the 10th post, and it scared me, lol.
Btw, the Pelican 1510 would fit the bill. It could carry certain ITX cases comfortably, and it works as a carry on.
What are you going to do about a monitor though?

The H50 will probably be going into my "main" system, since I will be doing two builds.

As for the monitor, keyboard, mouse, cables, etc.. will be checked in, as per my other post, Pelican style
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Now another question,

What would be the best way to travel with this?

I plan to get a smallest 1080p monitor, probably an AOC 21.5" monitor, and get some foam, bubble wrap, put it in my suitcase and check it in. Same with keyboard/mouse/power cords, etc..

As for the computer itself, should I leave everything in the case and carry it on the plane? Should I remove the heatsink,ram,hard drives?

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Would a Lian-Li Q08 fit in a pelican 1510? Probably not eh?

Also still inquiring about my previous post smile.gif
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