For most of us, our PCs are ordinary boxes with computer guts inside of the shell, but for Paul Bangdiwala, his exposed gaming rig looks like a menacing spider with two massive spinning fans for eyes that could probably rip your fingers right off if you're not careful.
Sure, it's got the looks, but does the Bandi Scarab PC have the specs to terrorize? It sure does. According to Bangdiwala, the gaming PC is packed to the gills with a powerful AM3 ASUS motherboard with a 3.0GHz dual-core AMD Phenom II processor (can be overclocked to 3.4GHz without exploding), 4GB DDR3 RAM, a 60GB SSD for fast as hell read/write speeds and a 250GB secondary drive.
For the spider PC's "teeth" a pair of wireless antennas do the trick and cables are tucked into its quadupedral legs. As mentioned, its "eyes" are made from two "thermal take duo-orb heat sinks" which we warn to not touch, unless you want to lose your fingers.
Now, make no mistake, I bloody hate spiders (of any size), but this PC is a beast and I must praise Bangdiwala for doing such a bang up job. No seriously, the guy set out to make a "mean looking" PC and I think to a certain extent he did it. Check out some cool shots of the bugger below.