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Sir Nexus The Great

Parts

•    Case: Corsair Graphite 760T Full Tower
•    Motherboard: Asus Z9PA-U8 ATX Server LGA 2011 ECC
•    CPU: Intel Xeon E5-2620 V2 2.1Ghz Hexa Core ECC
•    GPU: Integrated
•    RAM: Mushkin 16GB (4 x 4GB) DDR3 1866Mhz ECC
•    PSU: EVGA 1000 G2 Watt 80+ Gold Cert. Single 12V
•    Storage 1: 2 x Intel 530 480GBs SATA 6.0Gbps SSD
•    Storage 2: 4 x 3TB WD NAS 7200RPM 64Mb Cache SATA 6.0Gbps on RAID 10 (Mirror & Striped)
•    RAID: LSI Mega RAID SATA/SAS 9240-4i Controller
•    Heatsink: Phanteks Updraft CPU Cooler 3 x 140mm Fans
•    Optical: Asus SATA DVD-RW DL 24x Lightscribe 

Accessories


•    8 x BG Gears PWM Red LED 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 Server Essentials 2012 R2 64bit

Mods:


•    Case Soldered LEDs with back switch

Lore

Sir Nexus the Great is an indomitable warriors who’s pledged his prowess to something greater than himself.  Sir Nexus smites high performance tasks with divine authority, bolsters the courage of nearby employees, and radiates as if a beacon of inextinguishable hope. Sir Nexus transfigures on the field of battle, exemplar of divine ethos.   To him is given the responsibility to unflinchingly stand before unprecedented amounts of workload and tasks, smiting them with his processing power while protecting his employees with his sacrifice. Where others waver and wonder, his motivation is pure and simple, and his devotion is his strength. Where others scheme and steal, he takes the high road, refusing to allow the illusions of temptation to dissuade him from his obligations. Sir Nexus the Great, take up your blessed and sanctified processing power brave warrior, and charge forward to hallowed glory!

Why is Sir Nexus the Great so glorious?

1.  It looks glorious!

2.  It uses the all-mighty Intel Xeon E5-2620 V2 2.1Ghz Hexa Core to handle every task being thrown at it.

3.  Even the GIFs looks glorious!

4.  It has 2x 480GB SSD in RAID 1 configuration just for the OS!

5. This server houses a total of 12TB of hard drive space! (in RAID 10 configuration)

OTHER PC FACTS: 

·BUILDERS:  ISHLA ALICEA

·MODDERS: PAUL BANGDIWALA & ISHLA ALICEA

·BUILD DATE: DECEMBER 1, 2014

·BUILD YOURS: STARTS AT $1349

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 Locomotive 131

Parts

  • Case: Lian Li PC-CK101 Black Aluminum Train Mini-ITX

  • Motherboard: Asus M4A88T-I Deluxe AM3 Mini-ITX with USB 3.0 & WirelessN

  • CPU: AMD 955 x4 Phenom II Quad Core 3.4 Ghz L3 6MB Cache

  • VGA: IGPU ATI Radeon 5400HD

  • RAM: 6GB DDR3 PC3-1600

  • Storage: Seagate Momentus XT 320GB Hybrid 7200RPM Sata II with 4GB SSD

  • PSU: Micro ATX Switching 450 Watt

  • Heatsink: OEM AMD Copper Plated

Accessories

  • ACC: 18in Purple LED Strip

  • ACC: 120mm Red LED Fan

  • Lian Li PC-CK 101 OEM Tracks

  • Artic Silver 5 Thermal Paste

Software

  • Microsoft Windows 7 Pro 64bit

 

 

Bearing down the tracks at 2Mph, the Bandi Locomotive 131 is a computer from another time, well... not really.  This computer is yet another of Bandi Tech's most eye-catching computer, I mean really, its a computer on a train! It moves and blows steam too, what more can you ask? This computer bears the question: is it functional? Of course it is, we gave it extra long power and video cables so that we may use it when its moving. Screw on the included wifi antennas, slap on a wireless mouse & keyboard and you're good to go.

We use our train PC for training the staff - Paul Bangdiwala

Uh yeah, sorry about that... Anyway, the Bandi Locomotive 131 although mostly used for catching the eye of our customers when we go to trade shows, is a powerful PC for a Mini-itx system. It features the most advance AMD Mini-itx board with an AM3 socket. In time, we will continue to make it better, so be sure to come back again... to the future!

Other PC facts: 

·         Builder(s):  Paul Bangdiwala

·      Finished date - Wednesday, February 20, 2013.·         

Hints for building a similar PC:

  1. Ignore the battery packs included to power the steam and wheels, plug the power USB cables directly to the motherboard for continual power.

  2. Tie down tightly those cable. Cables for the atomizer and wheels tend to slip off very easily.

  3. Don't pour water all over it.