• Motherboard: Asus Sabertooth 990FX R2.0 AM3+ USB 3.0 UEFI BIOS

  • CPU:  AMD Bulldozer FX 8150 Zambezi 3.6Ghz

  • VGA:  Asus AMD Radeon HD 7770 Direct CU 1GB 1020Mhz GDDR5

  • RAM:  4 x 4GB (16GB) Corsair Vengeance Olive Green DDR3 1600Mhz PC3-12800

  • Storage:  Patriot SSD 128GB SATA 3

  • Storage 2:  OCZ Revo Drive PCIE 4x SSD 50GB

  • Storage 3:  Raid 1:  2x 2TB Western Digital 7200rpm SATA 3 HDD

  • Storage 4:  3TB Western Digital Green HDD

  • PSU:  750W Apevia Bronze 80+ Certified with Green Sleeving & 2 x 80mm Green Led Fan

  • Heatsink:  Zalman CNPS 9700 Green LED


  • 5.25in AeroCool Touchscreen Fan Controller

  • 3.5in Rosewill 52-in-one Card Reader

  • 2 x 12in Logisys Green Cold Cathode Lamps  

  • 4 x 80mm Apevia Green LED Fan

  • 5 x 80mm Masscool Air Filters

  • 8 x 18in Green UV Sata Data Cable

  • 3.5in Rosewill Port Replicator: 4x USB 2.0, 1 x Fire Wire & Audio Headers

  • Artic Silver 5 Thermal Paste


  • Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit

Paul Bangdiwala - Owner of Bandi Tech LLC with the Kryptonite Signature PC

The Kryptonite PC, finally completely after many years of pondering.  Paul here: This is my personal computer, it has been with me for many years, though I'm sad to say, I do not possess any pictures of the first time I built it. Before Bandi Tech LLC was made, this PC resided in my room when I lived in my mom's house. Version 1.0 didn't have half of the parts it currently has, but it was a very good computer.

It was in the very PC that I started Bandi Tech, using it as a backup for my data, its multiple drives serving as other OS boot drives, experimentation took hold on this machine. More and more poured in and out of this PC thanks to those early investments, Bandi Tech's Knowledge Base is vast and it put to use everyday.

So on the Bandi Tech history book, the Kryptonite is mayor player, now with version 2.5 its now even more prepared for service our clientele. Get ready for version 3.0, coming soon.

Other PC facts: 

·         Builder(s):  Paul Bangdiwala

·         Ver 1.0 Finished date - Thursday, June 17, 2010.

·         Ver 1.2 Modification Date - Monday, September 19, 2011.

·         Ver 2.0 Modification Date - Saturday, August 18, 2012.

·         Ver 2.1 Last Modification Date - Sunday, September 23, 2012

Hints for building a similar PC:

  1. Buy very good 80mm fans, the limited cooling in the PC force you not to purchase high TDP parts.

  2. As with almost all acrylic cases, install everything inside the case except: motherboard, cpu, vga and ram and make sure to tuck in all the cables under the motherboard before placing it in. 

  3. Don't buy just 100GBs for you main hard drive, we've had to add the PCI-e 4x 50GB drive to coupe with the lack of space, use 250GB and above.

  4. If I work with the Kryptonite all day, wouldn't that make me Lex Luthor? Brb, I'll need to shave my head.

Frozen Tundra


  • Motherboard: ASUS Z9PA-U8 ATX Server LGA 2011 DDR3 1600/1333/1066
  • CPU: Intel Xeon E5-2630 Sandy Bridge 2.3GHz LGA 2011 95W Six-Core Server CPU
  • CPU Cooler: Prolimatech PRO-MGH-BL CPU cooler Megahalems Blue w/ Intel Socket 2011
  • SSD: Corsair Neutron Series CSSD-N512GB3-BK 2.5" 512GB SATA III
  • HDD: 2 x Seagate Barracuda ST2000DM001  3.5" 2TB 7200 RPM SATA III
  • VGA: NVIDIA Quadro K4000 VCQK4000-PB 3GB GDDR5 PCI-E 2.0 x16
  • RAM: 4 x 8GB (32GB) Kingston 32GB DDR3 ECC DDR3 1600 Server RAM KVR16E11K4/32
  • PSU: Thermaltake EVO-850MPCGUS-A 850W 80 PLUS GOLD Certified Modular
  • Sound: Creative Labs Sound Blaster Zx
  • Optical 1: ASUS 24X DVD Burner SATA II
  • Optical 2: ASUS 12X Blu-Ray Black SATA II


  • 4 x Logisys UV Blue Cold Cathode Lamp
  • Rosewill RCR-IC001 40-in-1 USB Card Reader
  • 4 x Apevia CF8S-UBL 80mm UV Blue Case Fan
  • 2 x Apevia CF312SL-UBL 120mm UV Blue Case
  • 4 x Frozen CPU 80mm Blue UV Fan Filter
  • 4 x CableToGo Sata Power & Data UV Blue Cable


  • Microsoft Windows 8.1 Pro 64bit

In the harsh unforgiving tundra of the north, exists a mythical stronghold. This stronghold is said to be invisible to the untrained eye. Locals defend it, but why? In these harsh lands, those who provide power, warmth and reliability are protected as gods. They call it the Frozen Tundra's heart, this being provides like no other, it know no limits, its fruition power... unmatched. Don't let this gentle giant demeanor fool you, it CAN fight back, it HAS fought back. Those unfortunate souls who have tried to capture it now glow through its glass exterior, their souls trapped inside forever... forever slaves of the Frozen Tundra.

This computer was built for a client of ours who happens to work with the film industry. He has generated many CGI work for movie studios like Dream Works and Pixar. So why build such a costly and irresponsible computer? Well, why not? Joking aside, this computer's purpose is the be used as a home workstation for creating additional CGI models and animations for his home based productions.  This is one of the most impressive acrylic computers we've built, we've even caught our friend Ernesto Javier's eye, which we asked him to talk a couple of picture of our PC, here they are. Enjoy.

Ernesto Javier Photography's Picture

Regular Pictures

Other PC facts: 

·         Builder(s):  Paul Bangdiwala

·         Finished date - Friday, October 11-2013

Hints for building a similar PC:

  1. When building an all acrylic PC, there's no place to hide cable except behind other parts.

  2. Put most of the cables behind the motherboard.

  3. Install all components first while assembling the case, if you are in need of replacing a hard drive or other peripheral afterwards, make sure to have a 90degree screwdriver handy.

  4. Buy UV lights, its not the same as blue lights

  5. Go ahead, enter the stronghold with a bright torch...