Esfand puts his new PC on stream

Esfand, a member of the streaming organization One True King (OTK), successfully obtained his new $20,000 computer, albeit in a very unorthodox way. His idea was to ‘roll’ the box up the stairs, and it worked surprisingly well.

The hugely popular streamer announced on Twitter today that his new PC has arrived and that he will be live streaming the entire process of putting it together, including delivering the 180-pound package. pounds up the stairs.


Esfand successfully launched a $20,000 PC up the stairs

Despite the fact that Esfand was happy to get a new PC, fans immediately questioned its weight and price. Many people wonder why someone would need to spend such an extravagant amount of money.

Some even joked that streamers often play games that require very little computing power, so owning such an expensive computer would be overkill.

@EsfandTV 180 lbs ?? What did you buy? a son? or a running computer with oompa loompa error correction inside.

Still, fans watched Esfand place the camera on his banana stand overlooking the stairs as he had to transport the PC. He and a friend picked up the box and started climbing the stairs, trying not to scratch the wall of the house.

Halfway through, they decided to put the box down and reassess how they were going to continue carrying this heavy package.

“Um… Come on, can’t we just roll away?”

The idea is to ‘roll’ the box up step by step instead of carrying it around, making it much easier to move around. This method works very well, as the box can go up the stairs without much effort.

However, Esfand hears strange sounds coming from the box, which worries him that it will break. Then he dropped his brand new PC down the stairs.

“It’s breaking?! It feels like it’s breaking!”

Esfand was then reassured that the box was fine, and they continued to ‘roll’ it up the stairs, eventually reaching the top. This surprisingly successful ‘roll-up’ tactic seems to be the best way to get packages upstairs with minimal effort.

Fans cheer during Esfand’s PC struggle

However, the Internet has realized that a much easier way of shipping is to open the package and take the PC up the stairs, as it is much smaller than a cardboard box. Some even offer alternatives to their implementation methods.

Suffice to say, the internet has answers and opinions for everything.

Edited by Sijo Samuel Paul Esfand puts his new PC on stream

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