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Old 21st March 2006, 06:39   #1
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I was wondering if anyone had any advice or guides or information for shipping a PC via UPS, FedEx, USPS. This relates more to packaging the PC so it isnt damaged upon arrival. The problem is I dont have the option of indivudaly packing each piece so I'm talking about shipping a whole PC in a box. Any help or advice is appriciated.
Old 21st March 2006, 07:10   #2
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I wouln't recommend everything in one box ... :/.

Otherwise you have to use lots of styrofoam .
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I would put the whole pc in a box for computer cases. Best is to add some more styrofoam to the sides (just to play safe, you never know what they to with your stuff)
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If you want the PC to arrive safely without any damage; go to your local UPS depot and have the PC packed there. It will cost you around $80 + shipping cost, with one exception which is the mounted aftermarket HSF that may not survive staying on the board.

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