red led gaming pc

The Gigabit Hulk

Parts

Case: Corsair Graphite 760T Full Tower

Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-X99-Gaming G1 Wifi Intel LGA 2011-v3 X99 E-ATX

CPU: Intel Core i7-5930K 3.5Ghz Extreme

GPU: nVidia GeForce GTX 780 Ti 3GB GDDR5 Asus ROG Matrix PCI-e 3.0

RAM: AData16GB (4 x 4GB) DDR4 2133Mhz

PSU: EVGA 1300 G2 Watt 80+ Gold Cert. Single 12V

Storage 1: Intel 530 480GBs SATA 6.0Gbps SSD

Storage 2: 2 x 2TB Seagate 7200RPM 64Mb Cache SATA 6.0Gbps on RAID Mirror Intel RST UEFI

Heatsink: Corsair Hydro Series H110 280mm Closed Loop Water Cooling System

Optical: Asus SATA DVD-RW DL 24x

 Accessories

Rosewill Multi Card Reader USB 3.0

9 x Corsair 140mm Green LED Case Fans

1 x Bandi Tech Slot Switch

1 x 5 Meter Multi Color Sound Activated LED Lights

4 x Custom Red Soldered LED Strips

Software

Microsoft Windows 8.1 Pro 64bit

Mods:

Case Soldered LEDs with back switch

Briefing

The Gigabit hulk is one of our proudest pcs we've created in bandi tech. it started when our client omar brought us his barely usable alienware aurora for be fixed. he had been COMPLAINING that since he bought it, it has been nothing but problems were as a result he barely used due to down time. we talked about repairing it.. but then things got interesting when he asked "what if we scrap this and you guys make me a new one?"... of course we did.

focused on looks and power our client wanted something that looked as powerful as if performed. after researching some time we learned how to integrate sound activated leds to our build, and so, our first multi color sound activated pc was set into motion. yet omar wanted power and being a fan of the incredible hulk, he even wanted it to have its colors... alas it all came through. 

it is with great pride that we present the gigabit hulk, bandi tech's most powerful and sexiest build till date (sept 18, 2014). 

To see more at our facebook page too! Finally, these high quality pictures is thanks to our friend Mario Stephano Fong from MSF Photography. Click Here to learn more about his photography. 

Other PC facts: 

·         Builder:  Ishla Alicea

·         Modder: Paul Bangdiwala

·         Build Date - Thursday, september 18, 2014

·         Build yours: Starts at $949.99

HINTS FOR BUILDING A SIMILAR PC:

  1. Make sure you but the ir receiver close to a fan mesh and carefully solder the converter to a molex.

  2. to make the top part cover 'hover', glue permanently fan screws below their magnet points.

  3. you can install a dual 140mm water cooling and even add a third 140mm fan for maximum exhaust!

  4. multi color led lights will make your pc run faster... tested! 

Pacific Coolant

Parts


•    Motherboard: MSI 970A-G43 AM3+ ATX
•    CPU:  AMD FX-6300 3.5Ghz Turbo 6-Core
•    VGA:  nVidia GT 610
•    RAM:  8GBs Avexxir Blue- LED DDR3 PC3-17000 (2x 4GB)
•    Storage:  PNY SSD 240GBs SATA 6.0 Gbs
•    Storage 2: 2 x 1TB Seagate Barracuda 7200RPM SATA 6.0Gbs RAID MIRROR
•    PSU:  Corsair CX500 500w 80+ Bronze Single 12V Rail
•    Optical: 24x Lite-On DVD+RW
•    Case: Enermax Ostrog Mid-Tower
•    Heatsink: Corsair H50 Hydro Series

Accessories


•    5 x 120mm Cougar Blue LED Hydraulic Liquid Ultra Silent 1200RPM 64CFM
•    2 x 140mm Cougar Blue LED Hydraulic Liquid Ultra Silent 1000RPM 72CFM
•    8 x 12in Red LED Strips
•    56 in 1 Rosewill Card Reader
•    1 x 280mm Silverstone Magnetic Filters
•    3 x 120mm Masscool Fan Filters
•    Artic Silver 5 Thermal Paste

Software


•    Microsoft Windows 8.1 Pro 64bit


Time to Build

Rise PACIFIC COOLANT!


Briefing

Sorry, no Lore this time. This PCs has very decent specs for what is going to be doing. Slaving away in an office scanning files and syncronizing data is kinda insulting for a 6 core CPU, but heck! we can! The best aspect of this PC's exterior is how we got those LEDs inside the front chassis, we even created a break away point. Finally, since this PC is going to be in a dusty place, we just covered it with "stylish" fan filters. Any questions or comments feel free to leave them, email us, find us on facebook or on the many more links we have at the bottom of this page.

Other PC facts: 

·         Primary Builder:  Ishla Alicea

·         Assistant Builder:  Paul Bangdiwala

·         Ver 1.0 Builld Date - Tuesday, June 22, 2014

Hints for building a similar PC:

  1. This Enermax case while cheap does have many things going for it, especially to frontal bezel that allowed us to put the LEDs.

  2. Enabling the MSI Fast Boot will allow you to boot into Windows 8 in about 8 seconds, but you must have a certified card for that.

  3. This PC will pacify and cool down anybody... Ok... I'm out.

Bandi Scarab

Parts

  • Case: Lian Li PC-T1R Red Spider Case

  • Motherboard:  Asrock FM2A85X-ITX AMD A85X FM2+ Mini-ITX with Wireless N

  • CPU:  AMD A10-5800K 4.2GHz Quad-Core with AMD Radeon HD 7660D

  • VGA:  AMD Radeon HD 6670 Crossfire with AMD Radeon HD 7660D

  • RAM:  Corsair Vengeance 2x 4GB 1866

  • Storage:  Seagate Momentus XT 750GB 7200RPM SATA 3 with 4GB SSD

  • PSU:  OCZ Fatal1ty 550W Modular Single 12V Rail Red LED Fan

  • Heatsink:   Thermaltake DuOrb Dual 80mm LED Lit Fans

  • Optical: Slot Loading Sony Optiarc DVD+RW 12x

Accessories

  • White 3dbi Flexible Antenna Wireless N

  • 8in PCIe x16 Extension Cable

  • 12in USB 2.0 Header Extender & 15ft Extension

  • 18in USB 3.0 Header Extender & 15ft Extension

  • Encore N300 USB 2.0 Wireless N Card

  • 12in Speaker & Mic Header Extender & 15ft Extension

  • 6in Gigabit Ethernet Adapter to USB 2.0

  • 20ft VGA D-Sub Extension Cable

Software

  • Microsoft Windows 8 Pro 64bit

Version 1.0 - Wednesday, December 29, 2010.

Version 2.0 - Tuesday, March 1, 2011.

Version 2.5  - Friday, July 15, 2011.

Version 3.0 - Thursday, June 6, 2013.

Owner Paul Bangdiwala holding a LGA 2011 Intel CPU. Our trusted Bandi Scarab lurks in the background.

The Bandi Scarab is our most popular Signature PC. Featured on many technology blogger's site, the Bandi Scarab has captured the eyes of many. Not just a piece to show off our building prowess, this PC can also perform serious tasks.  We use it everyday in Bandi Tech and everyday it catches the eye of so many of our walk-in customers. An evolving computer, the Bandi Scarab has gone through many versions to stay relevant, from the first "cyclops" days, to the unforgiving mess of cables it once was till today... a sleek & mean looking piece of technology.

Notes from the President of Bandi Tech: Before I create the Bandi Scarab, I had been dreaming of creating a computer like nothing I had seen on the internet. Many people can create custom water-cooling system, make acrylic PCs look very different or many other PC case variations. But I wanted more, I wanted something that could differentiate Bandi Tech from other PC makers. Then I saw it, I pictured it in my mind and hunted down the parts I needed. I had to make a couple of versions to get to where I wanted to be from my first vision. Finally, after almost 3 years and thanks to AMD's APU technology, I was able to archive such a PC. I couldn't be more proud for myself, for the PC and for Bandi Tech.

Other PC facts: 

·         Builder(s):  Paul Bangdiwala

·         Ver 1.0 Finished date - Wednesday, December 29, 2010.

·         Ver 2.0 Modification Date - Tuesday, March 1, 2011.

·         Ver 2.5 Modification Date - Friday, July 15, 2011.

·         Ver 3.0 Last Modification Date - Thursday, June 6, 2013

Hints for building a similar PC:

  1. Basically, what we learned to build this PC, is how to hide cables, how to use all motherboard headers and wireless functionality to give the Scarab full functions without sacrificing its looks, which is, not plugging anything into the I/O ports.

  2. Curved rulers don't exist, so you'll have take educated guess when creating the cable lengths you need. 

  3. Use a PCI-e x16 riser ribbon to tuck in the dedicated GPU on the bottom.

  4. Use USB 2.0 and 3.0 headers connected to the motherboard with very long cables to be able to: connect a USB to network dongle, USB to wlan dongle, USB wireless mouse and keyboard and also attach a USB hub for all your other peripherals.

  5. Use audio headers to connect said audio with the PC

  6. If you happen to have an extra Thermaltake Duorb CPU cooler, call us, we'll purchase it.