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Where can i leave my components

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So i am going to switch cases for my pc from an Antec p8 to corsair obsidian 500d rgb se, but in the process of disassembling my pc so i can move the parts to the corsair case, where can i leave my graphics card, motherboard etc. Or is it safe to leave it on the table. My table is one of those fibre stone something like that im actually not sure, so basically, yeah, thank you for reading this, u might think this is a dumb question but its my first build. THanks!

Sorry for my absolutely trash ass english, cuz its my 3rd language, so sorry!!!!

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Put them on something that won't be scratched and optionally something antistatic... some cardboard, some magazines... paper sheets...

 

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Anything made from wood its ok  ( like floor or tables) , if not , use new components cardboard or use the antistatic bag that comes with every component as a layer between your table and your components

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just stating the obvious, but if you have a cat or some other pet that could get at the components it might be a good idea to put the components in boxes or otherwise protect them... 

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21 minutes ago, Peskanova said:

use the antistatic bag that comes with every component as a layer between your table and your components

Do you mean inside the bag, on the outside surface or the bag split open?

 

Personally I just laid them out on my wooden table.

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5 hours ago, Peskanova said:

use the antistatic bag that comes with every component as a layer between your table and your components

Use a multimeter and be astonished how they work.

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6 hours ago, firelighter487 said:

... if you have a cat or some other pet that could get at the components it might be a good idea to put the components in boxes or otherwise protect them... 

yup, if you have a cat, but everything in boxes ... oh wait ...

 

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They're not all that fragile.  Put them anywhere you want.  There are many video about static not doing anything, nor is there any surface in your home that you can't put them on (unless it's the bathtub or sink filled with water).

 

Table, couch, bed, carpet, closet shelf.... all been done.  

 

This myth about electronics being so utterly fragile needs to be put down.

 

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5 hours ago, jstudrawa said:

They're not all that fragile.  Put them anywhere you want.  There are many video about static not doing anything, nor is there any surface in your home that you can't put them on (unless it's the bathtub or sink filled with water).

 

Table, couch, bed, carpet, closet shelf.... all been done.  

 

This myth about electronics being so utterly fragile needs to be put down.

 

Point:  Your item comes from CHINA.  To your house.  If it can make that trip with all the shitty shipping company employees.... 

im not so sure about that, i live in china, thats a pretty short trip

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