Hi. I am Nullarc77. PCPP's resident Human Tank.
I also have a Youtube channel where I currently make LEGO and some gaming videos.
The Book of the Masterbuilders
Chapter 3: Coming soon.
Well I am 17 years old. I live in
Florida Florida man, Florida man, can do anything a crackhead can. I am from Minnesota Small Cola. I lived there most of my life. But I have also lived in Indiana In Da wut?, Wisconsin Cheesistan, Kansas the can has a what?, Michigan who is Mich and what is he doing again? Texas Murica, and Missouri. I have moved a lot. In total I have moved 13 times. Some people may not like moving around that much. I have. Being able to live in all these different places and all the different experiences are something I would never trade for living in one spot.
I have always been a primarily PC gamer. Got my first desktop when I was 7 for school(but I mostly used it for gaming). I looked it up a few years back and it had a 1 core, 1 thread AMD CPU with the motherboard having an integrated nVidia graphics accelerator. And 2gb of DDR2 667mhz RAM. What a beast
About that time my family also got a Nintendo Wii. And Lego Star Wars the Complete Saga. That is what really made me a gamer.
When I was 8 I played a first person shooter for the first time. Star Wars Republic Commando. And when you are 8 and playing on the mission ghost ship, it is basically a horror game. And my brothers and I really got into Star Wars around that time. Always up Saturday morning to either catch the rerun of Friday night's clone wars episode or if my parents were watching the TV we would watch it on my Mom's laptop.
When I was 10 I got my first upgrade. To a 2 core 2 thread 1.8ghz Intel Celeron laptop with 4gb of RAM.
I'm just a simple man trying to make my way in the universe. - Temuera Morrison. Star Wars Episode 2 Attack of the Clones.
My history with computers.
It all started when I was about 11 years old and I got Minecraft for the PC. Having only played it on the Xbox 360 up to that point, and having seen many videos of the PC version and how much better it was than the consoles version I was excited when I bought it on PC. Then when I finally got the game downloaded and started playing it. Well my laptop at the time could not really run Minecraft well. On some of the lowest settings I could not get 30fps most of the time. So I started looking into things I could do to fix it. And that is what got me into computers.
I started doing research into how I could upgrade a laptop. After watching several videos I found that I really couldn't do anything to get better performance on my laptop. So I started looking towards alternate options. At this point I had a growing list of games I wanted to play on PC. So just getting something for Minecraft was out of the question because that would mean a system that couldn't play other games I wanted to play. So I started looking into what to look for in a gaming PC. Then my Dad recommend that I build one. He said it would be much easier than I expect and he advised I do research into it. So I did. After about 50 hours of youtube videos I was able to grasp how to build a PC and what to buy for a PC. But I got curious. I didn't have the money then to build a PC so I decided to wait. In that time my brother created an Xbox Live silver account and we were able to update Minecraft.(Yeah we didn't know anything about that lol). So with the game being updated it satisfied my craving for more content in Minecraft.
Anyway I got curious less on how to build a PC and more on what the parts do, and I wanted to get a better understanding of the individual parts and how they work. So I just started watching Youtube videos and hundreds and hundreds of hours of Youtube videos. And roughly 3 years after I started because of Minecraft I was able to build my first PC. The Pillar of Autumn.
My favorite part of this site. https://pcpartpicker.com/products/food
Favorite games of all time.
1: C&C Generals Zero Hour.
2: Star Wars Republic Commando
4: Super Metroid
5: Halo Combat Evolved(This over Reach mainly because of SPV3)
People who you can have an interesting conversation with(If you want to be included feel free to PM me)
Well I originally made this description back in I think early 2018 or late 2017. It's now January 2019 and I have decided to update this.