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What makes you think I don't have those? I have a plastic protector that encases the CPU and the plastic protector that goes on the back.

My question is an envelope or a box.
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Just sold my Q6600, did a quick search and saw mixed results. Some posts say it's perfectly acceptable to ship it in a bubble envelope, since there are no pins I'd figure this would be adequate. It's not easy to break a 775 CPU.

What do you guys think?
Why? Um because your talking about throwing a cpu into just a padded mailer. That is NOT static protected at all.. Turns out you have the proper protector for the cpu, You just dont feel the buyer deserves one?!
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Why? Um because your talking about throwing a cpu into just a padded mailer. That is NOT static protected at all.. Turns out you have the proper protector for the cpu, You just dont feel the buyer deserves one?!
Of course it's going in an anti-static bag. That's a given, I didn't think that needed mentioning.
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Of course it's going in an anti-static bag. That's a given, I didn't think that needed mentioning.
No that is not a given.
There are many idiots on the internet, that would just throw a cpu in a bag and ship it.. I cant afford to assume..
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post #14 of 20
Put it in the little CPU holder thing. Wrap it in newspaper, and put it in a little bubble envelope.
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Ask yourself how would you like to receive it. Also the sale is not truly complete until the buyer has the product, is satisfied with it, and refunds, if any, are complete. So, package it like you don't want any excuses for having to give a refund. Better to spend the time packaging than refunding.
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Put it in the little CPU holder thing. Wrap it in newspaper, and put it in a little bubble envelope.
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Ask yourself how would you like to receive it. Also the sale is not truly complete until the buyer has the product, is satisfied with it, and refunds, if any, are complete. So, package it like you don't want any excuses for having to give a refund. Better to spend the time packaging than refunding.
Yeah, I found a small box that was used to purchase girl scout cookies (!!!). Gonna ship it out in that.

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No that is not a given.
There are many idiots on the internet, that would just throw a cpu in a bag and ship it.. I cant afford to assume..
You can't afford it huh? You have personal stake in this transaction?
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Yeah, I found a small box that was used to purchase girl scout cookies (!!!). Gonna ship it out in that.
I once had a guy ship me a car part (a mirror) in a box used for shipping frozen fish. No, the inside didn't smell like fish but the box was marked that it was for shipping fish. Within the box was a styrofoam box that contained the part. He wrote a little note for me asking me if I like it. LOL. I thought it was pretty funny. I still have the box. Maybe I will get to send it to someone else one day.
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Be on the safe side.
Wrap it with a Anti-Static layer, then wrap it with few layers of Bubble Wrap.
Put it in a small box and make sure that the processor stays where it is ( so it doesn't keep hitting the sides ) Tape the box 2 or 3 times. You're good to go!
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Bubble rap and then slap it in a small flat rate box filled with crumpled news papers..
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I think small foam padded cardboard box like 3x3 inches, inside a medium bubblewrapped envelope is sufficient for any cpu. even if it does move around in the envelope, its not going anywhere.
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