A while back, maybe sometime last year (who cares) my mother said to me that I should be the family IT guy. I was a very loyal Apple user, and I purchased a Macbook back in 2010. Since I had my own computer for the first time, I could do almost whatever. I decided I would play video games. It was a good three years of fun and games. Then my laptop started to get very slow, and I quickly ran out of space. I decided it was time to use it for its first purpose; school. I had also gotten into watching lets-plays and videos of people playing video games, and I saw something about one of their computers and all its specs and thing. I suddenly realized then that if I was going to be the family IT guy, and I wanted to play video games on a better computer, I should probably build my own computer. That's when I found this website. From September to February, I had been researching, looking at parts and checking compatibility and prices. I asked on Reddit to see if they thought my build was good, and I got a good response. I then asked my uncle, at my mother's request, because he was the IT and hardware guy for my grandmother. Once he agreed and made a suggestion, I told my mom I was ready to get the parts and build this thing. So I did. Due to the fact that I'm only 15 and don't have a job yet, she had to purchase everything, but I made the agreement to pay her back every last cent. After a week of waiting, all the parts had come in and I was ready. It was a good but seemingly too long 3 hours of putting it together and setting up the operating system. I use this build for gaming, and it is the smoothest, fastest and best experience I have had with gaming in my entire life. Compared to my laptop, it is so much better and way more effective. I love this thing, and I hope it will last me a good while because it would be nice to upgrade this thing and have it work for a while, thanks.
I call it Torre de Oro because in my Spanish class we are studying Spain, and Torre de Oro is a tower, and I thought it was a cool name so I called it that.