expired Desktop Bundle: i3 8100 / GTX 1060 6GB / 8GB DDR4 / 120GB SSD/1TB HD + 27" Monitor + KB/Mouse: $749.55 Shipped @ TechFastAu eBay

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Hi,

27" bundle has 10+ available.
Back in stock, thanks rep for the restock.

Quick price comparison at MSY:
Case/PSU: (ESK3450) $73
Motherboard: $79
Processor: $189
Graphics: $380
Memory: $89
SSD: $35
HDD: $55
Monitor: $197
Keyb/Mouse: $10

TOTAL: $1107

Specs:

Case: TechFast Leaper Case w front 120mm red LED fan (USB 2.0 front only)
Power Supply: 500W Power Supply
Motherboard: H310M Motherboard
System Cooling: Intel Stock Cooler
Processor: Intel Core i3 8100 Quad Core Processor (3.6GHz Max Clock Speed)
Graphics Card: Single NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB Dedicated Graphics Card
Memory: 8GB DDR4 RAM (1 x 8GB)
Operating System: Not Included; see PC Upgrades section below
Primary Drive: 120GB Solid State Drive
Storage Drive: 1TB Hard Drive
Monitor: 27" AOC E2770SH LED Gaming Monitor
Peripherals: Keyboard and Mouse Bundle
Warranty: 12 Month Return To Base

Excellent value for money, components alone are significantly more and it is pre-built. Will have no issues with most games at 1080P. You will need a copy of Windows 10 yourself which can be obtained cheaply through various means.

Cheers,
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  • +4 votes

    Not terrible, but a mistake! i5 in title and i3 on listing.

  • +2 votes

    The case only has USB 2.0 ports on the front? Pretty gross in 2018.

    This Ryzen model without HDD or Monitor looks okay for $569, but again every other component is bottom of the barrel.

    • -4 votes

      Also only 1 120mm fan on the front and an empty 80mm (??) bracket in the rear.

      Which is pretty strange because most case fans nowadays should be 120mm for noise reduction.

    • +7 votes

      For the price I can live with it. USB 3.0 extension cable to the front or get a new case for $50 and you're still ahead.

      A 120m front fan will suffice for this build. Graphics is a blower model exhausting most heat out the back.

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        As long as the mobo has USB 3 headers.

      • +4 votes

        Problem is quality USB 3 extension cable is expensive. I found only the one that came with a branded portable hard drive is reliable. Cheap $5 or less ones have issues sustaining USB 3 properly. I had so many of those cheap cables which causes portable hard drive to stop copying files half way through consistently.

        Unlike USB 2, cheap USB 3 extension cables cannot actually support USB 3.0 speed.

      • +2 votes

        A 120m fan will suffice even for a hangar .

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    probably pretty slow RAM as well?

  • +1 vote

    Includes keyboard and mouse!! Bargain!!!

  • +4 votes

    Code P50FF

    It'd be more fun if the code was P155OFF lol

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    Did these guys stop doing auctions?, managed to win a nice gaming pc earlier in the year for a bargain price. Just make sure you pay a bit extra for a decent psu.

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      For the time being yes - posts like these certainly direct customers' attention to our bundles which is great

  • +1 vote

    how the fook is this price possible incl 27" screen? amazing!! or rubbish parts?

    • +1 vote

      All our parts are new - and the below is accurate as of today. We just secured a great supply of ROG Strix GTX 1060 Dual Fan cards too so that should be our mainstay moving forward.

      Your system will ship with components from the following leading brands, depending on available stock:
      RAM: TeamGroup, Crucial

      Motherboard: ASRock, ASUS

      Power Supply: Thermaltake, Corsair, TechFast

      Graphics Card: Biostar, ASUS, MSI

      Solid State Drive: Western Digital, OSCOO

      Hard Drive: Seagate, Western Digital

      Individual component brand requests cannot be catered to at this stage.

      • +6 votes

        Your system will ship with components from the following leading brands, depending on available stock:

        This feels a bit like a gamble to me. Or a lucky dip. Buy a PC and see what mystery parts you get when you open it!

        RAM: TeamGroup, Crucial
        Motherboard: ASRock, ASUS
        Power Supply: Thermaltake, Corsair, TechFast
        Graphics Card: Biostar, ASUS, MSI
        Solid State Drive: Western Digital, OSCOO
        Hard Drive: Seagate, Western Digital

        I'm sorry, but please be honest. It's better for people to know exactly what they're getting.

        Here's what your store sells based on the specs in this PC:

        It just feels like you've put the better known brands in that list because they're options in your other PCs. Not this one. Here's what the options in one of your configurable systems actually looks like.

        For anyone considering buying one, please think about whether you want this PC to last beyond the 12 month warranty period. The quality of the parts is important.

        I know I'm being a bit harsh, but this whole thing feels pretty misleading.

        • +1 vote

          yeah but add the GPU in your looking at $800+, plus the monitor and k/b for this price i can't see an issue.
          If you are looking at the individual brand of each component this system probably isn't going to be what you're using.

        • +1 vote

          I know I'm being a bit harsh, but this whole thing feels pretty misleading.

          I disagree with what you're saying. When you buy a Macbook (for example), the SSD may be sourced from different sources, the board manufacturer might be different with different machines. Do you demand that the board must be made by Foxconn and the SSD by Samsung, otherwise you won't buy it? Do you demand that the panel be made by LG because you prefer them over the Samsung ones?

          Of course not.

          To say that this is a gamble or a lucky dip is just silly. You're being sold a PC. You are not being sold a set of parts.

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            @p1 ama: You're comparing a highly-manufactured laptop/notebook to a custom-built PC, the reality is you don't have much choice of alternative components/parts with the former, but absolutely do with the latter.

            • +2 votes

              @Lorindor:

              You're comparing a highly-manufactured laptop/notebook to a custom-built PC

              It's not a "custom built PC", it's a pre-built PC. Most people who buy pre-built PCs don't really care whether their RAM is from TeamGroup or Crucial, or whether their HDD is from Seagate or Western Digital.

              If you ordered a custom built PC to your specifications using the exact parts you've selected and it ends up not being exactly that, then I completely agree with your statement.

            • +1 vote

              @Lorindor: Except the reality is, people looking at pre-built PC deals aren't looking for a custom built PC. They're looking at specs built down to a price.

        • +5 votes

          I'm sorry, but please be honest. It's better for people to know exactly what they're getting.

          I'm pretty sure the shop literally uses whatever components they can source at the lowest price, which would be ones that are on sale, clearance, etc - so not necessarily the worst or most generic parts either.

          Basically, if you use PCPartPicker, put the specs into a build and use "Parametric filter for cheapest part" for all the parts and you'll get a similar build. From OP's other comments, he has been pretty upfront:

          Mobo:

          all builds for the foreseeable future will receive an ASUS, ASRock or Gigabyte H310M boards. The ASRock are either regular or M.2 versions.

          RAM:

          The vast majority of builds will get TeamGroup Elite 2400MHz RAM.

        • +8 votes

          Thanks for your input Payne, but our website stock and eBay listings are completely separate at this stage, so your above statements are not correct in many ways. I'm happy to explain what is on hand at any point. (The website is out of date as eBay is keeping us busy enough as it is right now).

          I can 100% guarantee that we use both TeamGroup and Crucial RAM.
          We are currently building with MBs from ASRock, Gigabyte and ASUS.
          The SSDs are majority TechFast approved (generic seems to be the used word) but absolutely WD and Seagate are used as well.

          In some ways yes, it is a lucky dip, because it entirely depends on what is in stock at the date your system goes into build. But the above is being completely honest and transparent.

          Cheers

          Luke

      • -4 votes

        Lol, did rep just add the good brands next to the cheap ones they actually use.
        Removed the BS from Luketechfast response, your offer is actually decent, dont insult us:

        RAM: TeamGroup
        Motherboard: ASRock
        Power Supply: TechFast
        Graphics Card: Biostar
        Solid State Drive: OSCOO
        Hard Drive: Sandisk
        Monitor: AOC

        • +7 votes

          You guys are being really harsh here given that for $750 you're getting a PC with decent specs and you also get a 27" LCD.

          Of course you're getting some parts that arent tier 1, that's how you get that pricepoint.

          If some parts dont make your standards you can always either talk to them and pay the difference or just replace with your own.

        • +3 votes

          See my above reply to Payne. There's no BS in our listings - 1200+ positive reviews attest to this. I'm always happy to respond with what's on hand at the moment.

          For example, we have just secured bulk stock of ASUS ROG STRIX Dual Fan GTX 1060 6GB cards which for the system's price point are pretty damn good.

          Cheers

          Luke

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    Decent price for someone who doesn't want to build there own PC.

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    Is the PSU of adequate quality to power the 1060 and other components under high loads?

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      Define 'high loads'? As I'd assume it would be more than capable of powering the included components at their default settings/base clock.

    • +1 vote

      You shouldn't have any issues with the 55OW, and in fact the majority of customers are receiving free upgrades to 700W TechFast approved PSUs, as they're easier to get hold of locally at the moment.

  • +1 vote

    Looking for a budget gaming pc. This looks really decent. Absolutely gutted I missed this

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    Dam. Was wanting the listing for the i3 build at $729 (plus an extra $50 off thanks to ebay) seems that one went down though.

    Not like I'll be buying a PC for the next few weeks though. So hopefully it pops back up.

    Edit: Ooh, I see a rep's here and saying they've got strix cards? Impressive.

    Just curious (if you see this) when do you reckon those'll be making their way into these PCs?

    • +1 vote

      First delivery today, so going forward it looks like they'll be going in from now (orders from a few days ago shipped today with them) and next week. It's hard to say as local stock fluctuates, but we've been using ASUS Dual Fan cards - regular Dual Fan previously and Strix as of today.

      Listings are going up and down regularly as the "quantity" sells out, but it just means we need to allocate more quantity to the listing. eBay fund their various discounts themselves so it's worth checking OzB for when deals go live (we actually get no more heads up than customers believe it or not)

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    The way pc parts, especially gc are priced now, am I the only one who can't see the appeal of pc gaming anymore? It's never ending race to spend more lol..

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      Gpu price right now is very decent. There's a 1070ti deal today for $499

    • +1 vote

      It's never ending race to spend more lol..

      You say that like it was any different in the late 90s and early 2000s..!

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    Any deal i5 8400??

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    Just wondering, is the build upgradable? Am I able to swap parts in the future?

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      Of course. The case is a tad small though

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        Correct. You'll need to ensure any GPUs and other components fit lengthwise (for example triple fan cards don't fit and some dual fans with custom coolers can be the same).

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    can I request for the HDD and SSD not be installed? If so, will they come with original packaging?

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      We can either ship the whole thing unassembled, or fully assembled. When we start getting into part builds it gets hard because we can't test anything, especially without an OS.

      Cheers

      Luke

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    Expired? Showing $969 before 5% off coupon.

  • +1 vote

    Received mine today. Got the following components inside, however is still luck of the draw.

    RAM: Team Group 2400
    Motherboard: ASRock H310M-HDV
    Power Supply: Thermaltake TT-500NL2NK-A
    Graphics Card: Asus Strix DC2
    Solid State Drive: Crucial BX500
    Hard Drive: WD Blue WD10SPZX 2.5"

    Case is very compact and light but they've done a decent job of cable management. 2.5" hard drive was a surprise.

    Negatives for me:
    Included fan and PSU aren't quiet. Fan is 4 pin molex so can't be speed controlled. Would recommend replacing.

    Got the 24" Monitor bundle. AOC E2470SWH, only included a VGA cable and power. No hdmi or DVI wtf. Gpu has no VGA, lucky I had a spare HDMI.

    No 3.5" hard drive slots (no issue for me).

    No front USB 3.0. However there is a free header so may dodgy one in.

    Overall still very happy for the price

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