Well, it has finally happened.  The singularity has been reached and we will all be (already are) replaced by machines.  If you are still reading this with your organic eyes please switch over to the multi-spectrum synthetics to enjoy the full 4D multi-surface pictures that are currently being downloaded into your neural upload points.  As these shiny new 4.5 petapixle pictures are downloading, I suppose I should start at the start.

It all began when a young, very handsome man finally had the means and the time to build himself a spanking new beastly desktop! After years of patiently waiting and scheming the beast of a desktop will be his!  With a little help from uncle Obama’s tax refund emporium, he headed over to newegg.com and bought himself some parts that arrived in all these pretty, pretty packages.

pretty pretty parts

All the ducks in a row

What he had before him was as follows:

  • Gigabyte motherboard with usb 3.0 and Sata 6b/s
  • Intel i-7 Bloomfield 2.8GHz quad core processor
  • Radeon HD 5770 1GB video card
  • 6gb of DDR3 RAM
  • 550W power supply
  • 1TB hard drive
  • 24x DVD Burner
  • Antec ATX Mid Tower Case

While most of us will scoff at such specs with most of our automated shovels having at LEAST 16GB of video ram, you must remember that these are very respectable specs for the time.  With earnest optimism, our young hero began the task of assembling a computer from scratch for the first time in his very handsome life.

With some prayers to the deity of his era, “internet”, he was blessed with a tutorial.

Motherboard....of DEATH

Motherboard of death paired with cpu of pain

He began by installing the CPU into the motherboard, which turned out to be much easier then he and anticipated.  All that was necessary was dropping the CPU into the correct socket (only one possible way to do it) and installing the heat sink with a few screws.

Once the motherboard had been assembled, it needed to be placed into the empty case.  The spacers that were provided with the case were easily installed and the motherboard was placed on top.  With a small amount of nudging and pushing, the motherboard was then screwed into its thrown where it would spread its icy tentacles of destruction.

its cozy in here

With their powers combined...

The next step for our mighty hero was installing the power supply.  He had gotten a modular power supply to try and cut down on cord chaos, which I guess means this was better then it could have been.

stay on target...

My, what pretty power cords you have

Once the power was installed, the installation continued more quickly.  This man among men had no trouble installing RAM, DVD drive, hard drive, and (holy crap it’s HUGE) video card.  These were tasks that he had completed numerous times before and posed no problem.  Well except the video card being MASSIVE.

Then with a satisfying twist of a thumbscrew, the case was closed and the computer had been built!  Behold!


By the power of greyskull!!

Once it had been built, our very smart hero plugged it in and turned it on.  Not at ALL to his surprise, everything worked on the very first try!  And thus is the beginning of our computer overloads.  This beast of a machine was able to pwn all the newbs with its 1337 skillz, and secure its place as our current and future imperial overlord, the great and poweful 011010010010000001110011011001010110010100100000011110010110111101110101!


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