Ryzen 3 2200G / 120GB SSD / 8GB DDR4 2400MHz RAM / 500W PSU - $379.05 Delivered @ TechFast

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Hi all,

Ryzen 3 2200G system for $379.05 with P5OFF. Bundles with keyboard/mouse and 24" or 27" AOC monitor also available.

System specs

  • Case: TechFast Leaper Case
  • Case Fans: (1x) 120mm Front Red LED Fan
  • Power Supply: 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 (https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/System-Upgrade-Windows-10-Home-E...)
  • Primary Drive: 120GB Solid State Drive
  • Storage: Not Included; see PC Upgrades in listing: 1TB HDD $59 (https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/System-Upgrade-1TB-Hard-Drive/19...)
  • Warranty: 12 Month Return To Base Warranty

System only: $379.05
Link: https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/192692291226

System + keyboard/mouse + 24" AOC 2470 Monitor: $493.05
Link: http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/192692304338

System + keyboard/mouse + 27" AOC 2770 Monitor: $559.55
Link: http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/192692305410

Optimal Ryzen 3 performance for gaming:

The AMD Ryzen 3 2200G is widely regarded as one of the best budget gaming processors on the market, due to the performance of the Vega 8 on board graphics (together known as an APU). To get the best performance from this APU, we strongly recommend adding an additional 8GB RAM module, so that the Ryzen 3 can take advantage of its dual-channel RAM capabilities.

An additional 8GB stick of RAM can be added to your cart for $149 here: http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/192291803005, which will be added to your system when it is built.

Components:
Your system will ship with components from the following leading brands, depending on available stock at the time your system goes into build:

  • RAM: TeamGroup, Crucial
  • Motherboard: Biostar
  • 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.

As always, happy to discuss components, pricing etc without disclosing business information.

Cheers

Luke

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Comments

  • +3 votes

    Should have a 2080ti included at this price

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    what's the motherboards form factor?

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    That case is the most interesting part for me, as compact as I have seen for a micro atx case with a (presumably) full sized atx psu. 350mm tall, 295mm deep and 165mm wide.

    Sold separately for $30 + $10 post, which isn't bad.

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      The case is cheap and feels cheap. Only USB 2 at front of case. The dimensions though are nice and small and makes it nice and portable.

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        Too bad about the cheap part, but not that all surprising considering the price. You seem to own it yourself, any other thoughts about it?

        • +2 votes

          Think about aluminium can thin. Other than the limiting usb2 ports in front it's extremely portable and easy to move. Nearly sff size. Haven't really tested heat dispersion etc. Not much room for additional hdds. For the price of these units don't expect too much eg: cards don't really fit nicely into the slots at back but the case can pretty much be bent to suit.

          PS the team were pretty communicative about the deal I bought and although shipping time was a bit slow they did come through. These are built to a price point so don't expect Dell quality (to some that may be an oxymoron).

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    Hi rep any chance of a 1070 system being on special?

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      I'll check, but whatever we buy and make a deal there has to be a lot of available in the country. Not sure about 1070s for that. Leave it with me.

  • +1 vote

    Looks like the 8GB memory upgrade is an expensive option at $149 given that similar if not better 8GB single can be had for around $105 at msy etc. Can anyone recommend a suitable ddr4 2400mhz 8GB memory to pair with the one in the bundle? Thanks

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    What games could you run on this? I assume 1080 would be max

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      Graphics: Onboard Radeon Vega 8 Graphics

      I'd add a discrete graphics if you plan to do any actual gaming. I mean, you could run maybe a few of the eSports titles (Rocket League, CS:GO, etc) on 1080p on this?

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        I mainly game on a PS4 Pro these days (because of friends) but i’ve always had a soft spot as a PC gamer, just got a bunch of Macs for work but I have some time now so was thinking of buying this to test if I should get back into it.

        So not sure if I should commit and just spend 1k on their other i7 listing.

        • +1 vote

          If you're tech literate, you really don't need to go with a system builder like this. Not bagging them out - their builds are actually ridiculously good value. But for me, half the fun of PC gaming (maybe I'm weird) is tinkering with my system.

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        Yeah no, that's just wrong.

        https://youtu.be/RXGjBDVuelM

        https://youtu.be/-BCiBSPQi58

        It's hardly a beast and less than a gtx1050 but it plays real games.

        The real value comes from that they basically included a free graphics card on top of last years Ryzen 1200

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      Heard something about there not being enough clearance for the 3 fan cards.

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      Ryzen 3 really wants a second stick for serious gaming. We tested Fortnite and got close to 60fps @ 1080 with 2x8GB on medium.

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    Bigger ssd

  • +1 vote

    Excellent price for what's included OP! I look forward to seeing more deals.

    I'm seriously tempted to get as a test PC to add to the collection.

  • +2 votes

    $150 for 8gb of not particularly fast ram seems really expensive?

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    Even if you get do dual channel, such slow single channel memory is pretty rough. I would really only expect the 2200g to perform half as well as it's capable in games.

    Still, decent for an office PC.

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