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If you still have the box & foam your case came in, it would be a good idea to put it in that and close it up real good (like if you were going to ship/mail it) or take it to some place like UPS store and have them pack it real good. I can almost guarantee that the case will get banged up otherwise, you'd almost be better off taking out your parts and buying a new case at the new location if you're staying for an extended length of time.

I had about $15,000 worth of camera equipment in a Pelican case designed to fit the equipment in and United still managed to break one of the lenses on a trip to Japan. devil.gif God only knows what these people do to other peoples stuff. rolleyes.gif
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Originally Posted by cdoublejj View Post

i don't think it would be an issue since it doesn't weight very much. i would be more worried about the heads on the hard drive.
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Theres no HDD yet only SSD for now.

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Originally Posted by 32oz View Post

If you still have the box & foam your case came in, it would be a good idea to put it in that and close it up real good (like if you were going to ship/mail it) or take it to some place like UPS store and have them pack it real good. I can almost guarantee that the case will get banged up otherwise, you'd almost be better off taking out your parts and buying a new case at the new location if you're staying for an extended length of time.

I had about $15,000 worth of camera equipment in a Pelican case designed to fit the equipment in and United still managed to break one of the lenses on a trip to Japan. devil.gif God only knows what these people do to other peoples stuff. rolleyes.gif

Yea, Im Removing the GPU and Heat sink just to be sure, the case will go with the CPU, RAM, SSD and PSU in it and packed in its original packing with extra foam.

Sorry about your lenses, I had a friend working at an airline and he told me they used to throw everything even if it was labeled "delicate"
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