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Ryzen 5 2600 GTX 1060 6GB 120GB SSD 8GB DDR4 550W Gaming Desktop PC $671.20 Delivered @ TechFast eBay AU

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For $671.20 this is a steal for your buck for anyone who is looking for a mid-range gaming PC. Similar to this whopping deal thanks Justin Powell for the bundle just without the dual monitors, RGB case, keyboard and mouse. Can probably use the extra difference to buy a better monitor than the one offered by TechFast bundle.

Update: luketechfast has luckily added more stock! Thanks luketechfast!

Specifications:

Case: TechFast Leaper Case

Case Fans: (1x) 120mm Fan

Power Supply: Allied 550W 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 section below

Primary Drive: 120GB Solid State Drive

Optical Drive: The Leaper case is not compatible with internal drives. Select an External Drive from PC Upgrades below if you require one.

Storage: Not Included; see PC Upgrades section below

Warranty: 12 Month Return To Base Warranty and lifetime phone support

Merry Christmas all! Hope you'll have a great one. :)

Thanks tightarse for the PLUGIT20 code. Link to original post

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    Are the specs decent for video editing footage from Mavic Air in 4k?

    • +3 votes

      add another 8gb stick of ram making it 16gb total

      and a 2TB harddrive.

      • +7 votes

        You will definitely need more RAM. Editing 4k footage is no joke.

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        A320 can't use Stormi, you'll have to address the 120gb SSD and the 2tb HDD separately. Not a problem with video editing I suppose…

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    Go for the rx 580 version

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      Basically no difference. Personally, from the individual reviews for the 1060 and rx580, I’d go for the 580.

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        It's cheaper as well

    • +1 vote

      Got exactly that earlier for $719

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      I ordered the 580 version with the 27" monitor, keyboard and mouse for $791.

      Added the 2TB drive for $66, not sure if they remove the SSD though. I've got a spare 860 in a dead laptop though.

      Jan 2-4 is the expeced delivery date.

      I'll let everyone know if I get stuck with the dreaded Tech Fast delays and if they put a Chinese rx580 with 2048 SP's in it instead of a regular 2304 SP version.

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    oof the shout out. Thanks mate. This does look like an insane deal too.

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    What would be a good monitor pairing that's better/cheaper than the difference to the other deal you reckon?

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    Buy this and pair it with say ~$200 2*8gb 3000mhz sticks and you're absolutely set. Unfortunately these motherboards can only run ram up to 2667mhz but faster ram can clock down or find some cheap 2667mhz ram ;)

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      someone got asus prime a320 for their build which supports 3200

      so it's bios/mobo dependant , not a320 limitation

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        oh yeah woops sorry was going off the biostar a320mh motherboard i got with my rig ;)

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        Lucky I got asus prime one

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      I’ve had one and easily OCd to 2800, but had booting issues at 2933 using one of this year’s bios updates. I still wouldn’t stay with the a320 later down the track, but for general gaming it’s completely fine.

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    How well would this run Overwatch?
    All help appreciated, I'm not a big PC guy but I currently play on console and my friends are always hounding me to play on PC with them.

    • +2 votes

      I'm getting 90-130 fps on max settings with same specs, definitely able to run the game.

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      I've only recently made the transition to PC from console and it runs pretty consistently at 60FPS on my almost 7yo PC (i5 & GTX660). The machine in this deal will absolutely piss it in

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      100+ FPS ultra settings no problem at all. These specs are way overkill for Overwatch.

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        Would you say the Ryzen 3 2200g build these guys offer is enough? It also has the 1060…

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          2200g is pretty redundant with a dedicated gpu as its a apu 🤷‍♂️

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    So the monitor is $103 to buy separately each.

    $840-$671 = $170.

    I think the other deal is better value. Even if you sell the extras on eBay.
    Just need to spend time & effort selling those…

  • +2 votes

    The motherboard is what kills these deals. The inability to overclock the 2600 will hurt performance over time.

    • +1 vote

      The ram is pretty shocking too.

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      You want another 10% performance at this price point? To be fair the price-performance of this PC is already insane. I wouldn't be overclocking with that PSU anyway.

      • +1 vote

        I'd just like the option to pay another $50 and get a B350 or B450 board.

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          Honestly, as someone who has just done a b450 / 2600 build, people who think saving 100-200 dollars by skimping on mobo/ram/psu must have rocks in their head.

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          I agree, the a320 killed it for me

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    I’d use the extra funds not to upgrade the monitor as it’s decent as it is but upgrade the motherboard for sure since it can’t overclock the cpu and the other mobos out there are simply better eg b450 series. The power supply is quite loud even at resting state; I’d upgrade to something like the focus gold plus or a 450 watt bronze/gold/vibranoum/adamantium corsair one. You’ll also need a wifi and Bluetooth adapter. Then I guess some b-die ram, 144hz monitor, m.2 cards, etc later on.

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      And a few rounds of LAN games after work

  •  

    I was looking for something like this.

    Am I able to simply plug another 8gb RAM into it and add a couple of HDD's I've got lying around to upgrade it a bit (as in does the motherboard have the required plugs/slots)?

    • +1 vote

      As long as the RAM is DDR4, then it'll be fine (although if there's a difference in clock speed and timings, the system will run on the slower one). And you will be able to add additional HDDs (though you will need to get additional SATA cables), but how many depends on the number of SATA connections on the board, which I don't know (the exact model isn't specified).

  •  

    Can anyone recommend a cpu fan to replace the stock that can fit in micro ATX case?

    What do you guys think of this one: https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Cooler-Master-Hyper-T4-120MM-CPU...

    Or this: https://www.amazon.com.au/ARCTIC-Freezer-12-Continous-Operat...

  •  

    Searching around nothing seems to come close to the prices that Techfast is asking for these builds (especially with the discount code).

    Their prices seem unbeatable, but I'm a little wary of the build delays/ delivery times, and as I'm not very experienced with PCs I'm also a bit wary of the parts quality and attention to the build that seem to be issues for some buyers. Although I note that the Techfast rep, Luke, is very responsive to any issues complaints from any buyers - based on the comments and everyone seems happy in the end.

    Because I'm a bit of a PC noob, I'd rather pay a little bit more to get something that that is more likely to work the first time and I don't have to chase the seller to fix issues, or even pay a little extra so the Techfast crew can take more tea and coffee breaks and don't have to burn the candle at both ends to get these builds out in time! I'd probably also like a quieter PC if possible, and I appreciate that bargain prices and quieter fans/build may not always go together.

    So kudos for Techfast for pricing their builds so sharply.

    But also wondering if anyone knows any other competitors that might offer a slightly higher spec at a slightly higher price? Or does Techfast currentl own the market for bargain gaming PCs at the momnt?

    • +1 vote

      Most places offer to build the pc of the parts you purchase from them. So if you know someone that knows computer parts they can help you put together a PC with the exact specs you want (get a proper PSU at least) and ask the store (or better yet your friend) to build. For example umart charges $99 but sometimes that goes on sale for $50 and even free.

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        Thanks.

        Yes I'd even consider building my own. I'm not actually intimidated by the build, but rather by designing/selecting the build!!! As some have said, it's like Lego for grown ups. So many / too many options/ unsure if they work together/ isolating faulty parts if one happens to be faulty. Alas, I'm the geekiest person in my group of non-geeky friends and family, so no want to really ask advice from. Even the IT guys at my old work than I'm still friends with are strangely non-geeky.

        Good tip about the Umart. But even the cost of the Techfast build is around half the equivalent Umart

        https://www.umart.com.au/Umart-Wraith-Stealth-1050-Ti-Gaming...

        (although it is all branded parts at Umart, and that system includes Windows and a much bigger SSD - oh and it's a slower GPU).

        I went on the Techfast ebay feedback page and overwhelming feedback is positive - but I noticed that some buyers mentioned that parts come from out of Australia. I wonder if the delays are not caused by time to build, but if they drop ship some products direct to customers, but then for builds they wait for orders and then order parts in bulk from China to complete the builds., and then start building? No problem with the business model. I'd rather a PC builder deal with import and warranty than me. But it could explain the time it can take to get builds out. As well as their very low prices.

        • +1 vote

          If you build on your own, try using this site to spec it out. It tells you if the parts or compatible or otherwise. Of course, do your due diligence at the end of the day before purchasing the parts.

          Otherwise if you are willing to pay and wanting a shop to build with warranty, go MSY. Their prices are near to the cheapest you can find online so its reasonably priced and they have stores all over Australia so there's probably one near you too. Any issues with hardware, just bring the entire tower back and tell them to solve it.

          I recently paid close to $60 postage to send two WD Red HDD back to Vietnam for RMA warranty. Both were purchased from interstate online through different stores, so I either pay two different postage to two different companies and wait for weeks on end, or I just send them direct to WD (which I did pay a little bit extra if you calculate down the line). Store near you is more convenient in terms of RMA and warranty of individual parts.

          • +1 vote

            @LurvinOZB: Thanks again. I'll look into partpicker and yes i'm in inner melbourne so I'm not too far from an MSY. Not in a rush tho and the problem with not being in a rush is the longer you wait you just keep seeing more advanced hardware getting released!

            I feel your pain re: the warranty return. That's really annoying.

            Sometimes it's great to score a bargain online. Sometimes it's also really nice to return something to Officeworks when it breaks.

  •  

    This vs the refurb ebay dell i5-4000 + 1050 low profile?

    • +2 votes

      This is 3 fold better than the Dell and is new. Don't know what price that refurb is going for but don't even bother. Get this hands down

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      Not sure about Ebay refurb but you can get decent systems to upgrade from GT:

      i7 6700, 16GB DDR4, WiFi, DVD/RW, Windows 10 Pro =, etc. $290 negotiable
      https://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/dianella/desktops/lenovo-ide...

      I bought one of the units below from the same seller yesterday for $220, and found it was brand-new (old excess stock):

      i5 6600, 8GB DDR4, SSD, DVD/RW, Windows 10 Pro $230 negotiable
      https://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/st-james/desktops/lenovo-des...

      Install a low-profile GTX1050Ti in either and they become great 1080P gaming systems.

      •  

        The link on gumtree is a steal. Too bad it was sold when I checked.

        I got two PC from the second gumtree link for $200 each. Excellent deal, compared to the refurbished i5 3470 that you see on ozbargain. Also ended up getting a good monitor deal from the same seller.

  •  

    Thanks OP, ordered one with 480GB SSD upgrade for $71.20. Cheers!

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      this can't be a recipe for disaster at all /rolls eyes.

  •  

    Seems like it's all out of stock. Can one of the mods please set it as Out of Stock? Thanks so much. =]

  •  

    I'm curious as to what brand the parts are, the price is very cheap.

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      post here shows some of the parts we received … post yours there so it can be a point of reference for others.

  • +1 vote

    Have been notified that luketechfast has added more stock. Get buying :)))

  •  

    OK with the added stock I finally bit the bullet and got one of these! In terms of upgrades I'm planning on adding more storage to it and getting a free Windows Licence through uni. Are there any other upgrades that would be worth looking at? I constantly hear people mention that having a reliable PSU is very important, what's the one like that comes with this?

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      Depends on what you want to achieve with the PC

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        Aiming to game at 1080p 60fps with decent settings (high or ultra). I think I'll get a cheap HDD to store most of the games, I can handle the extra loading times. Mostly wondering about the PSU and maybe the RAM too.

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          imo keep fan (+ a few more depending on casing), case, ssd for OS, processor, GPU. The rest upgrade.

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    Can they take the case out of the total cost coz I got an old case I reeeeeeeeally wanna use.

    • +1 vote

      Pretty sure I saw people on a forum mentiom that they were able to get the parts delivered unassembled. Could just sell on the case on the cheap to make a little extra off it?

  • +1 vote

    Can anyone recommend a cheap AC wifi + Bluetooth card for this case/mobo?

  •  

    I am a PS4 destiny 2 player but I want to get into PC gaming, would this be able to run Destiny 2 60fps + at 4K?
    I don’t have much knowledge about PC gaming settings and how they relate to hardware these days.

  • +1 vote

    Has anyone received their system from this deal yet? Or had their tracking number information updated on the StarTrack website?

    • +1 vote

      Nope, don't think so. Well, considering they are away till the 8th (tomorrow) I'm pretty sure systems will be delivered during this week. Fingers crossed. :)

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        Thanks, Good to know. Their email on the 24th December said "will ship within the next 3-5 business days", but didn't mention that they would be closed until the 8th.

    • +1 vote

      It has been nearly a month now, have you received the PC yet? I am still waiting.

      •  

        Hey Mate,

        I received mine on Friday (18th Jan).

        Unfortunately after waiting almost a month it doesn't work (powers on, but nothing shows on the display). I think it's a faulty graphics card, don't want to take it apart and troubleshoot until I hear back from Techfast though.

        I really hope it doesn't take another month to get this sorted.

        I also got all the "worst" parts, Biostar Mobo, Team Group RAM and Galax GPU. A mate of mine ordered about 4 hours before me and his arrived last Wednesday (9th Jan) and had an ASUS Mobo and Corsair RAM, so I'm felling pretty bummed about lucking out with worse parts, waiting longer and now having to deal with a DOA machine.

        Hope yours arrives soon and in working condition!

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          Hey mate, I finally got my machine today.

          I got the same spec as you have - Biostar Mobo, Team Group RAM and Galax GPU, I upgraded to 16gb and the case is very flaky, had to bend it when I installing another SSD next to the Allied 120GB SSD. I hope the Allied PSU won't fail on me.

  •  

    Bring this back please while we still have the ebay POOLTIME 20% discount!