Combat Hacker



  • Motherboard: ASUS Sabertooth P67 LGA 1155

  • CPU: Intel®Core i7-2600 3.80 GHz

  • VGA:  2x in SLI EVGA GeForge GT 660Ti 3GB DDR5

  • RAM: Viper Xtreme 16GB (4x4GB) DDR3 1600

  • Sound: Creative Sound Blaster Recon 3D PCI-e

  • Storage 1: Kingston SSD 240GB SATA III

  • Storage 2: 2 x 1TBs Seagate 7200RPM SATA III on RAID 1

  • PSU:  InWin Commander II 850w 80+ Bronze

  • Case: Thermaltake Level 10 GT Battle Edition

  • Heatsink: Thermaltake Water 3.0 Extreme Liquid Cooling

  • Optical: Panasonic Slot Loading SATA Blu-ray-RW



  • 3 x 200mm Thermaltake Tri-Color LED Fan

  • 3 x 120mm Enermax Tri-Color LED Fan

  • 1 x 140mm Thermaltake Case Fan

  • 4 x 6 Yellow LED Light Strips

  • 300 Green LED Light Strip (5 Meters) 

  • Artic Silver 5 Thermal Paste


  • Windows 8.1 Pro 64bit

Deep in the battle between privacy and NSA survaillance spawns a new kind of soldier, able to infiltrate and leave no traces. Enter the Combat Hacker, a PC build tough inside and out. You'll have trouble spoting it deep in the jungle with its well camouflaged exterior, but then you'll wonder... "Why is there a PC in the middle of the jungle with no power plug?" 

The Combat Hacker was built out of inspiration from war memorabilia. His owner, an avid FPS Gamer and Backtrack user (ethical hacker) will use its large arsenal of power when given the task, so play nice with it.

Other PC facts: 

·         Builder(s):  Angel Daniel Colón

·         Finished date - Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Hint for building a similar PC: 

1.     Don't be afraid to take out all the plastic bezels apart, you will find better ways to hide and thread your cables.

2.     We used the manufacturer included 200mm top fan in conjunction with the cooling system and at the bottom we added 2 x 120mm fans.

3.     If the NSA wants to employ your new Combat Hacker, have them hand the money first.