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Ryzen 5 2600 / GTX 1060 6GB / 240GB SSD / 8GB RAM Gaming PC: $797.05 Delivered @ TechFast eBay

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Hi all,

The Ryzen 5 / RX 580 8GB deals have been super popular, thanks largely to this community. This time we've just created 2 new Ryzen 5 and Ryzen 3 + GTX 1060 deals:

Ryzen 5 / GTX 1060 6GB System:

Base Specifications:
* Case: TechFast Leaper Case
* Case Fans: (1x) 120mm Front Red LED Fan
* Power Supply: Minimum 500W Power Supply
* Motherboard: A320 Motherboard
* System Cooling: Stock Cooler
* Processor: AMD Ryzen 5 2600 Hexa Core Processor (3.4GHz Base Clock - 3.9GHz Max Clock)
* Graphics: Single NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB Graphics Card
* Memory: 8GB TeamGroup Elite DDR4 RAM (1 x 8GB)
* Operating System: Not Included; see PC Upgrades in listing: Windows 10 Home $149
* Primary Drive: 240GB Solid State Drive
* Optical Drive: The Leaper case is small form-factor, not compatible with internal drives. Select an External Drive from PC Upgrades if you require one.
* Storage: Not Included; see PC Upgrades section in listing: 1TB HDD $59
* Warranty: 12 Month Return To Base Warranty

$797.05 delivered with P5OFF
Link: https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/192706037728

Bundle with 24" AOC 2470SWH monitor and wired keyboard/mouse combo
$892.05 with P5OFF
Link: https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/192706046087

Ryzen 3 / GTX 1060 6GB System:

Base Specifications:
* Case: TechFast Leaper Case
* Case Fans: (1x) 120mm Front Red LED Fan
* Power Supply: Minimum 500W Power Supply
* Motherboard: A320 Motherboard
* System Cooling: Stock Cooler
* Processor: AMD Ryzen 3 2200G Quad Core Processor (3.5GHz Base Clock - 3.7GHz Max Clock)
* Graphics: Single NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB Graphics Card
* Memory: 8GB TeamGroup Elite DDR4 RAM (1 x 8GB)
* Operating System: Not Included; see PC Upgrades in listing - Windows 10 Home $149
* Primary Drive: 240GB Solid State Drive
* Optical Drive: The Leaper case is small form-factor, not compatible with internal drives. Select an External Drive from PC Upgrades if you require one.
* Storage: Not Included; see PC Upgrades in listing: 1TB HDD $59
* Warranty: 12 Month Return To Base Warranty

$692.55 delivered with P5OFF
Link: https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/192706034184

Bundle with 24" AOC 2470SWH monitor and wired keyboard/mouse combo
$787.55 with P5OFF
Link: https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/192706041257

Note on Components:
Systems will ship with components from the following leading brands (always depending on available stock):
* RAM: Usually: TeamGroup Occasionally: Crucial
* Motherboard: Usually: Biostar Occasionally: ASRock, ASUS
* Power Supply: Usually: Allied, TechFast-approved Occasionally: Thermaltake, Corsair - "Minimum" indicates the minimum Wattage; higher wattage is sometimes used
* Graphics Card: Biostar, ASUS, MSI, Colorful, Galax - all used as often as each other
* Solid State Drive: Usually: Allied, TechFast-approved Occasionally: Western Digital, SanDisk
* Hard Disk Drive: Usually: Seagate Barracuda Occasionally: Western Digital

The above is a true indication of the brands we use and regularity with which they are used. Individual component brand requests cannot be catered to.

Allied is an exclusive partner of TechFast.

Happy to discuss as always.

Luke

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closed Comments

  • How easy is it to sell a Biostar GTX 1060 6GB, I wanted to get one as a media center and I don't need the VC. If I can sell the VC for 400ish, I'm still ahead by almost $140ish, (excluding SSD) if I was to build it.

    Silverstone Sugo SG05 $49 (Umart)
    8GB Single 2400 $93 (MSY)
    Ryzen 3 2200G $155 (MSY)
    MSI A320M $75 (MSY)

    Can't seem to get historical data on sold cards from Biostar or maybe I'm just not good at that.

    • I don't see you selling it for $400 when people can buy a new one for $380 off PCCG or MSY.

      • That's what I thought. It looks like these Techfast deals are roughly at least $100 cheaper compared to custom builds. I've been crunching the numbers from the last 3 times they had a deal.

        • that's strange prebuilts are supposed to be more expensive than building it yourself

          • @ultracheapweeabookun: cheap parts, cheap labour and economies of scale my friend

              • @brenwildman: These guys have been posted before and been very popular. No doubt if they used a fake part an ozbargainer would have noticed it and let everyone know.

              • @brenwildman:

                This graphics card is upgraded from gtx550ti 2G to gtx1060 3G

                LOL

              • @brenwildman: I don't think they do. They are on here often. If they say A320 MB, GTX 1060 that's what they'd be supplying.

                While they are not using primo brands, the buyer is also not paying for them, and that's a decision you make as a consumer. I just finished my build and used premium parts, but we're talking easily $1k more; plus time spent looking for deals, collected parts from post office because not home, putting system together etc. and for just a different Ryzen system which in terms of modern PC computing is comparable.

                Pretty sure we've all been surprised by the life and performance from cheaper brands, just as we've been disappointed by premium brands.

                I'm actually grateful for some of these budget friendly emerging brands ASRock etc. and AMD Ryzen products. Intel and the big names have been gouging for a while now (nothing more evident than the new i7/i9 and nV RTX pricing), clearly looking to send us back to the 90s when a decent PC meant parting with a good few thousand.

              • @brenwildman: What makes you think it's fake? Linus did a video on these random china GPUs with re-used shrouds and coolers, basically concluding that the ones he bought (alibaba IIRC) were what they said they were - but also cautioned that cooling might not be up to scratch and sarcastically wished buyers good luck with claiming warranty.

      • why did i get a neg again?

    • You can get all those parts for cheaper with the 20% off sales. I saw a 2200G for like $120 from Futu.

  • Ugh, the A320 board kills the deal IMO. Literally everything else in their builds is reconfigurable but this.

    • Eh, you wouldn't want to be overclocking on the power supply anyways.

    • How you think they save on a deal like this? Of course they will give you a $40 motherboard - not a $400 one.

      • As I said, everything else in the build can be altered with additional shop items. The motherboard cannot, and the retail price difference between the two is often as low as $10-$15.

        There's substantial overclocking headroom in the 2600, so by having a board that locks you out, you lose a 8-10% performance gain.

  • The GTX1060-6GB better than the other deal's RX580-8GB for 80 bucks more?

    • Nope. They are within 5 to 10 percent performance of each other max. So cheapest one wins.

      • IMO even if the prices were reversed I'd still go for the AMD card, thanks to freesync. Monitors are way cheaper.

        • That is true freesync is king.

          I just hear so much more improvements daily from the green side than from the red but that could just be clever marketing or the abundance of Nvidia fan boys vs the dwindling ayymd fan boys.

  • Hi OP. Interested in this with the 10% off code: https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/192694683971

    Are you able to replace the Mouse/Keyboard, SSD, and HDD for an extra 8gb ram? If so, I would buy it, but if not, I'll give it a pass.

  • Hi OP, I noticed on your ebay page that the option to add extra hdd or sdd does not exist?
    Is this an error or do you not provide this service.

  • Hi OP,

    I've noticed that the first URL: https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/192706037728 takes you to the item but only displays 120GB SSD. Can you confirm if this linking the wrong item?

    Cheers

  • Luke, could you possibly add a bundle that includes the 27” with the ryzen 5 and 1060 (instead of the dual monitors)?