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papayapyjamas
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Omen 880-181 liquid cooling quesstion

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Omen 880-181
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Hey,

So i have this Omen desktop that has liquid cooling system inside, and I'm about to fly back to my home country and I think im gonna put it inside my check in luggage. I was wondering is it for me to bring it into my check in luggage or should I drain the water?

 

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@papayapyjamas  Um... you dont drain the water from an AiO cooler. Its a sealed unit.

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so is it fine if I just let the water there and put it inside my checked luggage? Im scared of the air pressure might do something to the water

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Nope, and its not exactly water. But parts like that get shipped via planes all the time.

The bigger obstacle is airport security and damaging your computer when they check your luggage when you arent aware of it.

 

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