I recently moved from the UK to the USA and managed to take all of my PC components (minus the PSU and case) with me in my suitcase. They have been in the cupboard in jiffy bags (because I couldn’t find antistatic bags!) since I got here, and I recently managed to get ahold of a new case and 650W PSU to put it back together again. I am fully expecting everything to be in the same condition as it was in when I packed it, so hopefully it should just be a case of putting all the pieces together again and turning it on… But I just wondered first whether I should be made aware of any potential issues? Or example, I didn’t remove the CPU heatsink or fan, so is there any chance the thermal paste might have dried out during this time? Should I try to pick up some more and replace it?? Also, the PSU I bought was second-hand but looks to be in great condition; it’s made by Antech, but I wonder whether there is any point to me testing it with a multimeter or something first before plugging my components in? Or should I just plug it in first and try things in increasingly important order, e.g. fans first, then motherboard with CPU, then GPU/RAM and so on....? Anything else people could give advice on?