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I have a trigger that makes callout to external system in a future(callout=true) but does not run immediately. Where is this callout queued?

This is expected behavior. Going async (future, batch, schedulable, queueable, platform event) means you're letting Salesforce execute things when they determine they have the resources available to ...
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Do queueables have their own governor limits?

Each queueable instance will have its own transaction and governor limits. Therefore, as you suspect, the queueable in your scenario won't fail, as it'll have the entire 120 seconds that all ...
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