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i3 8100 / GTX 1060 3GB / 120GB SSD / 8GB 2400 DDR4 / 500W PSU: $664.05 Delivered + More @ TechFast eBay

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Hi all,

We've just listed i3, i7 and Ryzen 3 systems and bundles:

i3 System Deals:

System only:
*Case: Esports Case
*Case Fans: (1x) 120mm Front Red LED Fan
*Power Supply: Minimum 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 3GB Dedicated Graphics Card
*Memory: 8GB DDR4 2400MHz RAM (1 x 8GB)
*Operating System: Not Included; see PC Upgrades section in listing - Windows 10 Home $149
*Primary Drive: 120GB Solid State Drive
*Storage Drive: Not Included; see PC Upgrades section in listing - 1TB upgrade $59
*Warranty: 12 Month Return To Base Warranty

note the GPU for this deal is GTX 1060 3GB

with 5% discount = $664.05 delivered.
Link: http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/192692244333

Bundle with 24" AOC Monitor, keyboard and mouse: $778.05
Link: http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/192692307254

Bundle with 27" AOC Monitor, keyboard and mouse: $844.55
Link: http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/192692307822

i7 System Deals:

System only:
*Case: TechFast Leaper Case
*Case Fans: (1x) 120mm Front Fan
*Power Supply: 700W Power Supply
*Motherboard: H310M Motherboard
*System Cooling: Intel Stock Cooler
*Processor: Intel Core i7 8700 Hexa Core Processor (3.2GHz Base Clock - 4.6GHz TurboBoost)
*Graphics Card: Single NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB Dedicated Graphics Card
*Memory: 8GB DDR4 2400MHz RAM (1 x 8GB)
*Operating System: Not Included; see PC Upgrades section in listing - Windows 10 Home $149
*Primary Drive: 120GB Solid State Drive
*Storage Drive: Not Included; see PC Upgrades in listing - 1TB HDD $59
*Warranty: 12 Month Return To Base Warranty

PSU will be Aywun 700W (TechFast approved) or other TechFast approved PSU. Thermaltake Litepower 750W GEN2 Upgrade: $79 (http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/192430544830)

with 5% discount = $1139.05 delivered.
Link: http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/192622695521

Bundle with 24" AOC Monitor, keyboard and mouse: $1253.05
Link: http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/192692312794

Bundle with 27" AOC Monitor, keyboard and mouse: $1319.55
Link: http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/192692313930

Ryzen 3 System Deals:

System only:
*Case: TechFast Leaper Case
*Case Fans: (1x) 120mm Front Red LED Fan
*Power Supply: TechFast 500W Power Supply
*Motherboard: Biostar A320 Motherboard
*System Cooling: Stock Cooler
*Processor: AMD Ryzen 3 2200G Quad Core Processor (3.5GHz Base Clock - 3.7GHz Max Clock)
*Graphics: Onboard Radeon Vega 8 Graphics
*Memory: 8GB TeamGroup Elite DDR4 RAM (1 x 8GB)
*Operating System: Not Included; see PC Upgrades in listing - Windows 10 Home $149
*Primary Drive: 120GB Solid State Drive
*Storage: Not Included; see PC Upgrades section in listing - 1TB HDD $59
*Warranty: 12 Month Return To Base Warranty

To take advantage of Ryzen 3 2200G APU, an additional identical 8GB RAM module is recommended: $149 (http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/192291803005)

with 5% discount = $379.05 delivered.
Link: https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/192692291226

Bundle with 24" AOC Monitor, keyboard and mouse: $493.05
Link: http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/192692304338

Bundle with 27" AOC Monitor, keyboard and mouse: $559.55
Link: http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/192692305410

Estimated shipping times for all systems is currently 3-5 business days.

Happy to answer any questions below.

Cheers

Luke

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closed Comments

  • Would be good if you post all the pricing on here as well, so everyone can see it all without having to go to eBay to look it up.
    This just looks like a cut/paste from your eBay sale.
    Just saying.

  • Anyone bought from the company before? How are is their warranty and is the parts used inside the system el cheapo ones or actual quality brands?

  • It's never a good sign when a tech retailer doesn't give full disclosure about all of the parts in a build.

    *Power Supply: Minimum 500W Power Supply

    Apart from the confusing wording (minimum? so it could be more than a 500W PSU?), which brand and which model is it?

    *Motherboard: H310M Motherboard

    Yeah, which one? There's dozens of models by different manufacturers that can vary quite a bit in on-board components and features.

    *Graphics Card: Single NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB Dedicated Graphics Card

    Again, which model?

    *Memory: 8GB DDR4 2400MHz RAM

    No brand, no model.

    *Primary Drive: 120GB Solid State Drive

    No brand, no model.

    Historically speaking the vendors that do this are generally trying to peddle poorly-selling, low-end stock by bundling it into a build that contains one or two headline parts (i.e. "3GB Graphics!!11!") to fool users into thinking it's a quality PC throughout.

    • This guy knows his PCs

    • Howdy, if you take a look at each listing we explain which brands will be used. I didn't post it because it would make the post way too long, but we try to be as transparent as possible with brands. We explain that we can't give guarantees on each component as it completely depends what is in stock at the time the system goes into build.

      Here's an example for i3:
      Components:
      Your system will ship with components from the following leading brands, depending on available stock:
      *RAM: TeamGroup, Crucial
      *Motherboard: Biostar, ASRock, ASUS
      *Power Supply: TechFast-approved, Thermaltake, Corsair - "Minimum" indicates the minimum Wattage; you may receive higher
      *Graphics Card: Biostar, ASUS, MSI, Colorful
      *Solid State Drive: TechFast-approved, Western Digital, SanDisk
      *Hard Disk Drive: Western Digital, Seagate
      Individual component brand requests cannot be catered to at this stage.

      1200+ positive reviews attests that we're neither low quality nor poor selling.

      • We explain that we can't give guarantees on each component as it completely depends what is in stock at the time the system goes into build.

        Well then it's more accurate to say, you can't specify which exact model will be used for which component, because you actually don't know which one will be used until the system is actually built?

        This is quite contrary to the normal practice amongst system builders and PC hardware outlets.

        In fact, it's the first time I've heard of a "hardware lucky-dip build" that's only finalized when a tech actually grabs the parts and slaps them together.

        In the past when I have seen undisclosed configs for various builds, usually when pressed the retailer does provide the exact models of all components used.

        1200+ positive reviews attests that we're neither low quality nor poor selling.

        That aside, with the amount of differing components you're using for all of these builds, some of which are from strictly budget brands and some of which are from reputable brands, it's inevitable that some people will end up with better value and better-specced PCs while others will end up with inferior PCs, despite them all paying the same price.

        I don't agree with this kind of practice at all. If you pay for a product, you should receive a consistent product given you've paid the exact same figure as everyone else.

        You need to be more forthcoming about this fact in the deal, because the way you've worded everything implies every build uses the exact same set of components, which they don't, which is normally how every other system builder operates, hence people will assume the same of you.

        • As a fellow pc enthusiast I have to disagree with a few points you make. These systems are aimed at people who don't have the knowledge or can't be bothered with custom DIY builds.

          I think listing the generals specs without diving into specifics is how they are able to achieve their cheaper pricing (whatever they can get their hands on at the cheapest in that point in time) so long as it's specs as listed. IE all receiving same frequency ram etc.

          Yes some will be slightly better than others but again this matters most if they're overclocking, and this is not aimed at the crowd to do so. This is not dissimilar to buying high end CPUs and some clocking higher than others.

          So long as these guys properly honour warranty then Im at peace.

          Hope you understand some of my points.

          • @mcmaccas: That's all true to a large extent but they don't make the fact that the components are randomised for each build explicitly clear; which is disingenuous at best, or deliberately deceiving at worst. That reflects on them as a business and their professional attitude.

            I would stay clear. Like I said, this is a highly uncommon practice amongst system builders. Even MSY spells out exactly what you're getting with their budget builds and doesn't leave a disclaimer stating that you may receive differing parts depending on whatever the heck is lying around on the shop floor. That's just sounds like a lazy and disorganised retailer that's trying to clear out a chaotic inventory.

            There's plenty of other retailers out there that can do builds like this for similar prices, that are a lot more reputable.

        • I appreciate your comments and your point of view. We are doing business differently to other vendors, but that doesn't mean we are being misleading nor intentionally deceptive; quite the opposite. Without going too much into business practice, we are able to hit low price points and maintain quality precisely because we are setup to take advantage of changes in component prices, which can and does mean that brands change in our systems. We point that out in the listing, and answer customers' queries via eBay, phone and forums such as these, so there is nothing hidden whatsoever. We are upfront about our business model. We honor our 1 year return to base warranty on all components, and provide lifetime phone support as well.

          Specific brands are important to you, and without knowing that detail you decide not to buy from us, and that's perfectly reasonable. To other customers, that doesn't matter, and that's also fair enough, and those folks, among many others, are primarily who we cater to - as others have pointed out here.

      • *RAM: TeamGroup, Crucial
        *Motherboard: Biostar, ASRock, ASUS
        *Power Supply: TechFast-approved, Thermaltake, Corsair - "Minimum" indicates the minimum Wattage; you may receive higher
        *Graphics Card: Biostar, ASUS, MSI, Colorful
        *Solid State Drive: TechFast-approved, Western Digital, SanDisk
        *Hard Disk Drive: Western Digital, Seagate
        Individual component brand requests cannot be catered to at this stage.

        Fixed it for you

  • Is it better to order these or custom build?

    • I would do my build any day as I like to pick my PC parts and then there is the joy of building a new system.

      Then again this post might be suitable for somebody who doesn't want the hassle to pick parts and/or don't know how to build.

      The price in OP is very good however as Amar89 said above, it would be great if seller could confirm the exact product/model.

    • Not bad if you can't be bothered doing it yourself.

      Otherwise it's better if you have a knowledgeable friend to help you. Not that it would be cheaper, but you can tailor it better to yourself and end up having/knowing better quality components potentially

  • Is this the esports case in your first listing?

  • Is it supposed to be free shipping? It's showing $30 delivery for me now

  • That i7 Model would be a good deal if it was at 999 :(

  • Wouldn't just the i3-8100 + cheap brand 1060 3GB set you back at least $450?

    How can the RAM + MoBo + SSD + PSU + case only add another $200 to the price tag?

  • Just clicked on the 844 deal. It shows $39 shipping?

  • This is actually pretty good pricing. Components list is pretty good too for that price.

  • I'm trying to purchase the Ryzen package with 27" monitor and I'm getting $39 delivery charge??

  • Do Parts come with all of their Manufacturer warranty?

    Mobo's generally come with 3

    GPU's come with 3

    etc…

    or is this just a return to base 1 year warranty by you guys only?