On the second day of 2011, my almost eight year old computer, Epsilon3, died. I built it myself and got many good years out of it. By the time the Ides of March had rolled around, I was able, with my wife’s permission, to tap into our tax refund and begin purchasing new parts for the new PC I intended to build as a replacement.
I plan on documenting the new build, which I plan on naming Epsilon4, here on the blog, and will use this post as an index to link the rest of the posts in the series.
Index: This Post
Old Faithful: Gone But Not Forgotten
So It Begins: The Big Three
A Good Idea: Better Test It
Start Me Up: First Boot
Getting Closer: New OS, More New Hardware
It’s ALIVE!: Epsilon4 Takes Its First Steps
the rute cellar: The Continuing Adventures of epsilon4