Bandi Locomotive 131


  • 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


  • ACC: 18in Purple LED Strip

  • ACC: 120mm Red LED Fan

  • Lian Li PC-CK 101 OEM Tracks

  • Artic Silver 5 Thermal Paste


  • 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.