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On the 13th of September I am moving to a different country and I want to take my Corsair ONE desktop PC as a carry on bag (of course in a special suitcase) within the EU (Cyprus to Greece). How much liquid does it have for cooling?

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Sorry I don't have the answer to your question, but I've just had the same a few weeks ago.

I was moving from Belgium to Cyprus, and I was also thinking to bring my C1 in the plane. But then because of the water cooling I've decide to put it on the boat with all my other stuff. Even if I've remove one of the AIO on mine, I've prefer to avoid to have it as a carry on bag, just because it's at the limite for the weight, and customs officers can be very annoying, ask to have it start to be sure it's not a bomb and this kind of things. Especially since it's not a common piece of tech with an uncommon shape.


If you decide to fly with it, please let me know how it went.

Mine should arrive with the boat in two weeks. I'm kind of anxious if it will make it safely here. Will see. 

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You should be able to bring your Corsair ONE desktop PC as a carry-on bag within the EU. The amount of liquid that it has for cooling will depend on the specific model you have. You can usually find this information in the product's manual or on the manufacturer's website. If you are planning to move to a new country as a digital nomad, you may want to consider Malta's digital nomad visa. You can read more at https://nomadgirl.co/malta-digital-nomad-visa/. I applied and moved there, and I am delighted. This visa is specifically designed to allow digital nomads to work remotely in Malta while taking advantage of its strong economy and world-class infrastructure.

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