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    Best way to transport gaming pc

    So what i plan on doing is packing both monitor and pc in my check in bag, going to separate them using memory foam i have lying around, im also leaving my tempered glass side panel at home. Going to remove gpu, cooler, hard drive. Possible power supply just for weight saving on the check in bag for a flight
  2. What is the best way to transport a pc and monitor(27 inch) on a flight? Will there be tools available to put parts back together if taking parts out will help?
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    Best way to transport gaming pc

    So what about tools then? I would assume there would be a screw driver somewhere around, right? Also, what about the monitor?
  4. well this solves my issue. https://www.asus.com/support/faq/1013327 . I can just let windows download drivers from windows update. Though I am worried about not installing an actual chipset driver for the motherboard.
  5. I have recently pulled the motherboard, CPU, and RAM from an old Asus Essentio CG5290-BP007 and put it into a new case with a new hard drive with freshly installed windows 10 and I'm not sure what drivers i should use for the motherboard chipset and other components if necessary. Thanks specs: i7 920 Asus rampage 2 gene CG5290-BP007 BIOS 1603 Cooler Master Hyper T4 9 GB RAM AMD HD 7870 Dynex 480w PSU Dell fx-6300 case New western digital 1 TB hard drive 7200 RPM with windows 10 1703
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