Ryzen 5 2600 / RTX 2080 Gaming PC: $1399 Delivered // Upgrade to Ryzen 7 2700: $1609 @ TechFast Website

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Our lowest price since March on Ryzen 5 2600 with an MSI Ventus RTX 2080 8GB, available through our website. At this stage we have made just 20 units available, so be quick. A reminder that our backlog is cleared so it is first order in, first order built and shipped as of now.

Spec: Ryzen 5 2600 / RTX 2080 8GB (most likely MSI Ventus as we have negotiated these as our main card) / 8GB DDR4 @ 2400MHz / 120GB SSD / 750W PSU / A320M Motherboard: $1399. Upgrade to Ryzen 7 2700 for $210 more.

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  • +2 votes

    Hey Luke, the webpage seems to be a bit buggy as it keeps refreshing.

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    Can vouch for these guys.
    They're slower than your stand-alone 'order parts and build yourself', but the quality of build and support is outstanding, at least as far as I was involved (big shoutout to Callum).
    The Ryzen 7 2700 is a steal.

    • +2 votes

      Appreciate the feedback! We've made our turnaround times our #1 priority on all platforms so are hoping to be at about 7 days consistently.

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      Can also vouch for them - I too experienced delays but other than that they were excellent. Luke in particular has great communication about what's happening and sorting things out if needed.

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    Great price, I'm only interested in the GFX card, deal on that alone?

  • +1 vote

    Can also vouch for Techfast.
    Excellent customer service and if their turn around time has improved like it has been suggested then that fixes their biggest flaw.

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    Any issues with the cheap no name PSU?

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      Yeah more likely to blow up.

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      What I'd did was spend another $70 to upgrade to thermaltake. Still low tier, but at least it's a recognized brand.

    • +1 vote

      Not from me, but my system had a 570 for the gpu so your mileage may vary.

      Shouldn't be an issue though. They don't seem to be poorly made for day to day use, just for big loads (basing off a previous OzB post), but odds are you won't be pulling that much (from memory the 2080 is pretty good power wise).

      I'd still swap out the PSU before end of warranty, but you'd be fine before that I reckon.

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        My mates 550W PSU (from tech fast) blew up within 2 months during gaming. It was quickly replaced by tech fast with a Allied 750W one.

        Told him to get a brand name one just in case but he would rather be stingy and hope it doesn't blow up again :p

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    Any intel deals or 2080ti deals coming up soon?

    • +2 votes

      2080 Ti other than being the cheapest in market that I'm aware of or close to it, there are no specific deals planned.

      Intel we'll need to look more into what CPU availability is like. AMD certainly no issues.

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    8GB RAM and 120GB SSD with that CPU and GFX seems unbalanced to me.

    • +10 votes

      Just the base spec - you can upgrade each to your liking on the site. This is entry level spec and we know lots of our customers like to add their own drives etc, so this lowers the cost of entry for them.

  • +1 vote

    will you list the same deal on ebay?

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    Out of curiousity, how come the Ryzen 7 2700 is $210 more? Looked at a component shop and the price difference between the CPUs is ~$120

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    I'm looking for a lower end computer for my family. Do you think any deals for the budget builds will be coming soon?
    Thanks

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    Hey Luke, just pmed you regarding an update for a warranty claim. Are you able to help me out? :)

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    Can vouch for these guys. Purchased a machine from them during the huge backlog days, Luke kept me updated via PMs whenever I asked about progress. Build is really clean and cable managed, and case internally had foam to prevent parts from being damaged during transport.

    Luke, any chance of you guys selling Biostar RX580's on their own?

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    Hey Luke, any Ryzen 7 2700X deals with high speed ram happening?

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    bought one, good little PC but definitely opt in for a psu upgrade as the one i got is pretty loud even at idle.

  • +1 vote

    I bought one and ticked some upgrade options but think it only charged and configured the base system… thats what the confirmation after payment email said…

    Maybe website configure not working properly? How can I change my order?

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    Hey Luke, any plans for systems with a 1660ti ?

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    How long do these take to make until they're shipped?

  • +2 votes

    as cheap as it is, my power unit had a huge whirring issue especially when playing heavier graphic games like overwatch.
    bought 2 from them, another took 3 months to arrive, no joke. But this was through december into christmas and then february months.

    quality isnt that great. just cheap. the GPU is great… since its branded in one part. Rest doesnt feel that quality. a $1200 machine would sometime also freeze, but that issue cannot be singled out, as it happens maybe once a day in different situations.

  • +1 vote

    We're aware of and fixing an issue with upgrades not being charged for. Any orders with those will require payment before dispatch, or ship with the paid-for configuration, and all affected customers have been contacted. We cannot honor the incorrect price.

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    Great seller. Wish I found out about them before I built my PC. My younger brother went with them and his PC does the job for a much lower price.

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    OP, Will the r5 2600 bottleneck the 2080?

  • -2 votes

    Slow to build, you're looking at a month before you'll get it. Mine had pretty average build quality too… I still can't access 2 of the USB ports from the motherboard as they are covered partially by the case.

    • +3 votes

      Did you ask for support?

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        With the amount of time it took to get to me, there is no way I'm going to try to ship it back to Adelaide from Sydney and wait. I'll just pull it apart one of these days and fix it myself… my point is that I shouldn't HAVE to do that.

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          Again, did you ask for support?
          Other commenter suggested they sent a replacement part first with a return parcel for the broken part.

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    OP, can there be any guarantee that the gpu will be msi ventus 2080?

  • +4 votes

    Hey Luke, your previous deal https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/436344 is better than this one.

    (10/02/2019) R5 2600 / RTX 2080 8GB / 16GB RAM / 240GB SSD / 750W PSU / B350 MB + 27" Monitor, Keyboard & Mouse: $1599.02 Delivered

    (today) R5 2600 / RTX 2080 8GB / 8GB RAM / 120GB SSD / 750W PSU / A320 MB BUT NO 27" Monitor, Keyboard & Mouse : $1399 Delivered

    If I upgrade the spec to the previous deal for this, it cost $1604 but no monitor, keyboard & mouse.

    Sorry to be a pain Luke. Being true ozbargainer I must point out the differences.

    I am sure you can do better, right? :)

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      but theres a very high chance its a msi ventus gpu so i guess that makes up for the price difference.

    • +9 votes

      ๐Ÿ˜‚ appreciate the true OzB nature of this post. I think it's a pretty good deal. Ultimately the goal here isn't to keep 1-upping ourselves, we'll put ourselves out of business!

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    Looking forward to high-end Ryzen 2 builds at launch :)

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    Hey Luke, are we able to order it without it being built as I already have a case ready for it ?

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    Can vouch for Techfast. I ordered just before Christmas and as expected, it took slightly longer to get delivered due to the holiday period. However, build was good and I got lucky with the GPU, received the MSI 2080 Gaming X Trio. PSU was upgraded to 750W Thermaltake for free as well due to the delay experienced. All in all, the build was solid and PC has been running fine without any issues. Would highly recommend Techfast and I'll be looking out for some future Ryzen 3000 deals.

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      wow Gaming X Trio!

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      Can vouch for them also, customer service is outstanding, ordered a couple of the March specials which was almost identical to this one apart from the 240GB SSD, ended up with the Inno3D GeForce RTX 2080 Gaming OC X3, 750W Thermaltake lite PSU, Crucial BX500 240GB SSD, mobo was Biostar, i picked the B350M upgrade as it has a single M.2 slot over the stock one and handles higher RAM speeds up to DDR4 3200 for future upgrades. RAM was Teamgroup DDR4 2400. In hindsight the Mobo upgrade is worth it, and regret i didn't order the 480Gb SSD as 240 (even 120) will go before you know it. (unless you plan on tossing the SSD but based on what I got, it is worth keeping)

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      ๐Ÿ‘

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    Quick question folks- will this build run a reasonably sized city in Cities Skylines? I think that and Civ 6 are the only real games I am keen on playing with PC, but not really tech savy.

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      This build can handle both games at once in it's sleep.

      Cities: Skylines
      RECOMMENDED:
      Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
      OS: Microsoft Windows 7/8 (64-bit)
      Processor: Intel Core i5-3470, 3.20GHz or AMD FX-6300, 3.5Ghz
      Memory: 6 GB RAM
      Graphics: nVIDIA GeForce GTX 660, 2 GB or AMD Radeon HD 7870, 2 GB (Does not support Intel Integrated Graphics Cards)
      DirectX: Version 11
      Network: Broadband Internet connection
      Storage: 4 GB available space

      Sid Meierโ€™s Civilizationยฎ VI
      RECOMMENDED:
      Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
      OS: Windows 7x64 / Windows 8.1x64 / Windows 10x64
      Processor: Fourth Generation Intel Core i5 2.5 Ghz or AMD FX8350 4.0 Ghz or greater
      Memory: 8 GB RAM
      Graphics: 2GB & AMD 7970 or nVidia 770 or greater
      DirectX: Version 11
      Storage: 12 GB available space
      Sound Card: DirectX Compatible Sound Device

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    Hey Luke, I'm interested in buying will it still come with a MSI Ventus and like above can I build myself for quicker delivery? Cheers

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    Hi Luke, looking for a custom built PC if possible. Please check your PMs

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    I would just like to also Vouch for Techfast, Their prebuilt PC was great when i got mine and still is apart from the major modifications i have personally made to it which basically made it into a new RIG, but now i have enough parts apart from the CPU for a second PC that i will be getting shortly so in essence i ended up with two PC's for a reasonably good price. Also i would like to say their customer service is great and they go beyond for the customers including myself and also as i have observed in other threads, great after care service if a part breaks down.

    Luke, Thanks once again i have really been enjoying my new PC and you guys made it all possible :)

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