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    Best packing for inside of built Pc.

    Any suggestions for proper insulation/packing materials to ship prebuilt high end pcs. Like a blown in packing material or preshaped?
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    Yes the kind that solidifies after leaving the can or a custom shaped insert would be best. Any loose packing would just settle/compress and be ineffective. If you're worried about a heavy heat sink or gpu then it can't afford to move even a little because a good jolt will tweak the solder connections.
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    Very true. But where to get something like that??
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    that's what i was talking about, you will need allot them and the right sizes.

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    Thanks Brian.
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    Be very careful with that stuff; it can put off a ton of static if it rubs things (ie a cardboard box) while being removed.

    The only other concern I have with using that material inside a computer would be how you'd go about removing it when it arrives.

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