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As to combining drives in the tower itself, I'm running an SSD for the OS and a RAID config for the HDD's for both speed and security, the only way I could make it faster would be 1.5 TB of solid state and that's out of my budget.

 

Way above my skill level lol

 

 

 

 

SHHHHH...You'll screw up my witness protection program sponsored relocation.

 

And I picked Cincinnati????   :P

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i shipped many pc desktops here,,3 at a time in 1 LBC box,,i simply put a plywood base,,glued wooden struts in 4 corners and sealed with plywood,,well packed and tight,,with whatever soft packing required.

 

monitors etc went a different box with adequate packing.

 

i did this several times to help out different people i thought worthy of it and sensible enough to onsell same,,and make a "quid"

 

 

When you ship stuff like this of significant value in a balikbayan box through say LBC, isn't the recipient charged significant tax duty before being delivered? 

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When you ship stuff like this of significant value in a balikbayan box through say LBC, isn't the recipient charged significant tax duty before being delivered? 

 

i did it several years ago no problem,,i simply labelled it household goods!

 

whether that scenario has changed,,i do not know,,ask at an lbc outlet maybe? (and,,of course,,they were second hand with little value,,,,, :cool: )

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When I moved to Mexico , I put my pc in two bags . One with the drive and the other with the screen. Packed clothes around it and Locke the bag. Everything made it.

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