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Pink Panther

Parts

  • Case: Logisys Area 51 ATX Case CS51WBK
  • Motherboard: MSI 790FX-GD70 AM3
  • CPU: AMD Phenom II X6 1100T 3.3GHz
  • VGA: MSI Twin Frozr II Radeon HD 6770
  • RAM: 2x 2GB Corsair Vengeance 1866MHz DDR3
  • RAM: 2x 4GB Geil 1866MHz DDR3
  • Storage: OCX Vertex OCZSSD2-1VTXLE100G 100GB SATA II
  • Storage 2: 2x Western Digital Blue 500GB 7200RPM 16MB Cache SATA III
  • PSU: OCZ Fatal1ty 550W Modular 80+ Certified with Red 120mm LED Fan
  • Heatsink: BTF90 Red LED Heatsink Zerotherm
  • Optical: Asus DVD-RW 24x Lightscribe

 Accessories

  • 2 x 80mm Thermaltake Red LED Fan
  • 2 x 120mm Thermaltake Red LED Fan
  • 2 x 80mm Masscool Fan Filter
  • 2 x 120mm Masscool Fan Filter
  • 4 x 18in Pink UV Reactive SATA Cable
  • 2 x 12in Pink Cold Cathode Lamp
  • Rosewill All-in-One Multi Card Reader
  • Aerocool 5.25in Touchscreen Fan Controller
  • Artic Silver 5 Thermal Paste

 Software

  • Microsoft Windows 8 Pro 64bit

The Pink Panther, one of the first Signature PCs created by Bandi Tech, we know, it shows. Even though it was one of our first, it thought us many things about building and configuring. Dated of not, this PC still packs a punch and it made to Signature PCs standards. With a fast SSD for OS, a mirror drive for data, powerful GPU & CPU and lots of RAM, it will be long before we'll make it obsolete. Its user plays League of Legends on max settings and does your typing computing uses.

We'll let you in on a secret... its not actually pink but with an almost white reflective interior and red LED, we got the job done. Our rumors tell us that its owner is planning of making a real pink PC in the near future, so we'll keep you posted; so would she.

Other PC facts: 

·         Builder(s):  Ishla Alicea

·         Ver 1.0 Finished date - Saturday, July 31, 2010.

·         Ver 2.0 Modification date - Saturday, August 4, 2012.

·         Ver 2.8 Modification date - Friday, May 31, 2013.

Hints for building a similar PC:

  1. Traditional PC cases, are just not good for cable management, you're going to have to find a way to make it looks artistic.

  2. When installing new system with Windows 7 or Windows 8 make sure to turn on HPET and switch drives from IDE to AHCI. 

  3. Make sure you have a long cable for the window fan.

  4. If you leave it on all night, that butterfly heatsink might just wonder off, so make sure you keep the lid on.