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i7 8700 / RTX 2080 Gaming PC Deals from $1799.01.Delivered @ TechFast eBay

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Updated to reflect PROPER10 discount pricing:

i7 / 2080 system: $1799.01 delivered
https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/192702284750

i7 / 2080 with 27" curved 144Hz monitor: $1979.10
https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/192702069289

i7 / 2080 higher spec with liquid cooling and 27" curved 144Hz monitor: $2159.10
https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/192702305668

Original:
Hi all, we're stoked to offer i7 8700 / RTX 2080 8GB systems starting this week. These will ship in our brand new mid-tower case with RGB lighting on the front panel and tempered glass side panel.

i7 / RTX 2080 System:
Base Specifications:

  • Case: TechFast Leaper PRO RGB Case (Mid-tower size with multi-cycle front RGB strip)
  • Case Fans: 1x 120mm Front Fan
  • Power Supply: 550W Power Supply
  • Motherboard: B360 Motherboard
  • System Cooling: Intel Stock Cooler
  • Processor: Intel Core i7 8700 Hexa Core Processor (3.2GHz Base Clock - 4.6GHz TurboBoost)
  • Graphics Card: Single GALAX NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 8GB Dedicated Graphics Card
  • Memory: 8GB DDR4 2400MHz RAM (1 x 8GB)
  • Operating System: Not Included; see PC Upgrades section in listing - Win 10 Home +$149
  • Primary Drive: 120GB Solid State Drive
  • Storage Drive: 1TB Hard Disk Drive
  • Warranty: 12 Month Return To Base Warranty and lifetime phone support

Components:
Your system will ship with components from the following leading brands (all depending on available stock):
* RAM: Majority: TeamGroup Occasionally: Crucial
* Motherboard: Majority: Colorful, ASRock, ASUS (all used as often as each other) Occasionally: Other TechFast-approved
* Power Supply: Majority: Allied, TechFast-approved Occasionally: Thermaltake
* Solid State Drive: Majority: Allied, TechFast-approved Occasionally: Western Digital, SanDisk, Crucial
* Hard Disk Drive: Majority: Seagate Barracuda Occasionally: Western Digital, TechFast-approved

$1899.05 delivered with P5OFF.
Link: https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/192702284750

i7 / RTX 2080 with 27" Curved 144Hz Full HD Monitor bundle - Mid-spec:

Base Specifications:

  • Case: TechFast Leaper PRO RGB Case (Mid-tower size with multi-cycle front RGB strip)
  • Case Fans: 1x 120mm Front Fan
  • Power Supply: 550W Power Supply
  • Motherboard: B360 Motherboard
  • System Cooling: Intel Stock Cooler
  • Processor: Intel Core i7 8700 Hexa Core Processor (3.2GHz Base Clock - 4.6GHz TurboBoost)
  • Graphics Card: Single GALAX NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 8GB Dedicated Graphics Card
  • Memory: 8GB DDR4 2400MHz RAM (1 x 8GB)
  • Operating System: Not Included; see PC Upgrades section below
  • Primary Drive: 240GB Solid State Drive
  • Storage Drive: 2TB Hard Disk Drive
  • Monitor: Allied 27" 144Hz Full HD Curved Gaming Monitor
  • Peripherals: Wired keyboard and mouse combo
  • Warranty: 12 Month Return To Base Warranty and lifetime phone support

Components info same as above

Link: https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/192702069289
$2,199 delivered with P5OFF (max $100 discount)

i7 / RTX 2080 with 27" Curved 144Hz Full HD Monitor bundle - Higher-spec:
Base Specifications:

  • Case: TechFast Leaper PRO RGB Case (Mid-tower size with multi-cycle front RGB strip)
  • Case Fans: 1x 120mm Front Fan
  • Power Supply: 750W Power Supply
  • Motherboard: B360 Motherboard
  • System Cooling: 120mm Allied Liquid CPU Cooling
  • Processor: Intel Core i7 8700 Hexa Core Processor (3.2GHz Base Clock - 4.6GHz TurboBoost)
  • Graphics Card: Single GALAX NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 8GB Dedicated Graphics Card
  • Memory: 16GB DDR4 2666MHz RAM (2 x 8GB)
  • Operating System: Not Included; see PC Upgrades section below
  • Primary Drive: 240GB Solid State Drive
  • Storage Drive: 2TB Hard Disk Drive
  • Monitor: Allied 27" 144Hz Full HD Curved Gaming Monitor
  • Peripherals: Wired keyboard and mouse combo
  • Warranty: 12 Month Return To Base Warranty and lifetime phone support

Components info same as above

Link: https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/192702305668
$2,399 delivered with P5OFF (max $100 discount)

Allied 27" 144Hz Full HD Curved Monitor listing for info (included in above bundles): https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/192693505497 $303.05 with P5OFF
Specifications:
* Screen Size: 27"
* Refresh rate: 144Hz
* Typical Brightness value: 220 cd/m²
* Contrast Ratio: 1000:1 (Typical)
* Response time: 4ms
* Curvature: R1800
* Viewing Angle (H/V): 178°/178°
* Panel brand: Samsung
* Panel type: VA
* Resolution: 1920 x 1080
* Input Signal: DisplayPort (cable included) & HDMI
* Power Supply: Built- in
* Speakers: 4Ω/3W x 2
* Stand adjustment: '-5° ~ 15° (±2°)
* W×H×D (with stand): 613 x 454.4 x 241.6 mm
* W×H×D (without stand): 613 x 363.2 x 67.7 mm
* Package dimensions: 701 x 143 x 466 mm
* Weight (Net/Gross) kg: 4.5/6.3kg

Happy to provide more info in comments as always.

Cheers

Luke

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closed Comments

  • Seeks really good…. But not identifying specific parts is an automatic alarm for me.

    • Same, i cannot seem to find much info on the Make of the various generic sounding brands, such Allied and Colorful, which means they use them before the named brands

      • Colorful is the opposite of generic - they're one of the biggest PC parts manufacturers in China, which is one of the biggest parts markets in the world. Their stuff is quite inexpensive but good quality - similar to AsRock.

        • True, i apologise for putting colorful and generic together. What i meant was the name dropping of the more popular/known brands in our local market at the end of the components

      • Colorful are big enough to be trustworthed. Allied however I've never heard of.

        • their gpu is quite good

          the only concern is warranty but if buying from local seller it shouldnt be an issue

  • haha seriously the ram is the same as vram? all the budget went to the card

  • 550W with an unknown brand seems low for an i7 and a 2080.

    • That was my first concern, ignoring the no names…

      • i would just message the seller to pay the $100 or whatever to upgrade the PSU. everything else is acceptable for this price

        • it won't be $100… more like whatever, in this case quite a bit more.

          I bet once you upgrade to known brands like ASUS / MSI etc, it will no longer seem such a good deal.

          The only thing good in terms of brands is the CPU & GPU.. the rest is generic unknown crap!

          • +1 vote

            @TilacVIP: It gives the upgrade price in the ad…$79 for 750W

            • @dtc: $79 for a 750w. What make/model? Doesn't tell you. Again most likely not a solid known brand. At best a Cooler Master Lite. If so, you're basically paying retail price anyway.'

              They also have an upgrade 850w Gold for $199 - which you can buy for that amount or less anywhere, anytime.

              Again, just a market ploy, when you scrutinize each component, this deal is not as good as it appears on the surface.

          • @TilacVIP: Team group & Colourful aren't crap TMK.

            The big concerns in terms of branding are the SSD and PSU. But let's be real, no one's sticking to that PSU, and I highly doubt people buying a 2080 will be sticking with that tiny SSD.

    • also, had a friend buy one of the bundles with techfast recently (the i3 8100 and RX 570) the 550w PSU in that system was one of those thermaltake ones they bundle with those cases. Not absolutely shit, but would be enough to run his system. If it's that same PSU running this i'd steer clear.

  • Could I pick the brands I want for each component?

  • Seems OK at a glance… but in this day and age PC's (and consoles too) should come without hard drives. The sizes offered are always pretty useless and most of us wanting a rtx2080 have hdds lying around

    • A prebuilt pc would want a hard drive… With OS installed, ready to go. The people this is targeting wouldn't be keen on putting that in…

  • Would you really want to power a $1000+ GPU with a cheap no name power supply?

  • 2080 alone is around 1300 bucks. i7 around 500, add RAM and it is almost touching the total cost here.
    whats the catch or a damm good price?

    • The discussions above are a pretty good hint…

    • Motherboards in these deals are usually entry level ones that have limited VRMs and connectivity. Difference between a $70 motherboard and a $400 motherboard from MSY.. Not to mention cheap cases, PSU and RAM brands. Only thing you get in higher quality is literally the CPU and the GPU in this deal.

  • Personally I'd swap the PSU and add another 8gb but that said its a great deal for the specs, it comes with warranty and if you want high spec PC gaming for best value this would have to be it?

  • Stock cooler is not enough to cool i7 8700 unless you like thermal throttling.

  • 650 watt PSU recommended by nVidia for this card.