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Intel i5 7400 | 16GB RAM | 240GB SSD PC Desktop Computer $499 @ FTC Computers


BRAND NEW Gaming Desktop PC
Free Australia Wide Delivery
Tax Invoice Included
24 Months Return to base Warranty

VERY Special Price

20 units ONLY


This PC is Brand New fully assembled and tested for 24 hours by our professional IT technicians before we dispatch the PC to you.

All the components we provide are brand new. We never sell any refurbish or second hand.

Final Price includes 10% GST

This PC does NOT come with any Microsoft Windows. You need to purchase the Microsoft Windows Software separately from FTC Computers' eBay Store or website and we do the installation for the windows for free after your purchase. The software purchase links are listed at the bottom of the web page. Please check out the software with this PC if you want us to install it for you.

Any Windows logo on pictures in the listing only indicates the system is compatible with Windows 10.

We ONLY use Major Brand components! No cheap unknow generic brands.

How to Customize/Upgrade

Please ADD all the upgrade options to cart by clicking Upgrade or Add button and add the option to your cart in a separate eBay listing page.

All the options and upgrades must be ordered with the main computer together. We will combine your orders together with your eBay User ID to build/customise the computer you ordered.

All the options and upgrades will be installed/assembled/tested in full with the main computer and dispatched with the new computer all together unless otherwise specified by you. You DO NOT need to worry about installing the upgrade/options yourself.

Thank you and Enjoy your shopping :)

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closed Comments

  • What is the ram speed, it does not state in the listing

    • "RAM Kingston / Silicon Power / Crucial / G.Skill 16GB DDR4 Memory 2133MHz (Life-time Warranty)"


  • Specifications
    CPU Intel® Core™ i5-7400 Processor 7th Generation Quad Core 6M Cache, up to 3.50 GHz
    Motherboard Asus H110 Chipset Motherboard with SATA3 6Gb/s & USB3.0
    RAM Kingston / Silicon Power / Crucial / G.Skill 16GB DDR4 Memory 2133MHz (Life-time Warranty)
    Storage Crucial 240GBTB SATA3 6Gb/s 7200RPM Hard Drive
    Video Integrated Intel® HD Graphics 630 (4K Support at 60Hz)
    Audio Onboard 5.1 Channel HD Sound
    Network Onboard 10/100/1000M Gigabit LAN
    PSU Reliable & Powerful 500W Power supply unit
    Case Standard Case as shown above
    1 x USB 3.0 + 1 x USB 2.0 at front / 4 x USB 3.0 + 2 x USB 2.0 at back / 1 x LAN Port / Audio Jack at front and back for connecting your speaker or headset / 1 x VGA (D-Sub) Port / 1x DVI Port

    • +11 votes

      Storage Crucial 240GBTB SATA3 6Gb/s 7200RPM Hard Drive

      That's a very sloooooow SSD

      How do they get the electrons to slow down so much ???

  • How is this a gaming pc with no dedicated gpu. Better of calling it a workstation

  • Looks like a good deal, considering when I do the build via Umart, the cost is $608

  • this is more for office work and netflix/youtube

  • Not able to add this system to check out

  • Neg vote to to misleading advertising that this is a gaming PC.

  • I think if this was sold as an office PC, fair enough.
    But this isn't a gaming PC by any stretch of the imagination.

    You could have at least used a 2200G / 2400G with a B motherboard and sold this as a budget gaming PC for the same price - Vega 8 > Intel UHD 630

    Subjective here, but putting 16GB of RAM with it seems like an odd pairing, too. It's clearly a budget build, I'd rather take 8GB and save the extra $$.

    "We ONLY use Major Brand components! No cheap unknow generic brands."
    So what's the brand of the power supply and case?

  • Stop advertising something as a gaming pc when it's nothing of the sort. That's beyond poor.

  • only a non technie would believe this is a non gaming pc. this is false advertisement and you (profanity) should be shut down. scamming (profanity).

  • They still sell new 7th gen i5s?? They're up to 9th gen now.

  • The ad includes an Intel i5-7400, yet they offer an upgrade to an Intel i5-7400 for a whopping $198!

    They include 16GB of DDR4 RAM, yet offer an upgrade to 16GB of DDR4 RAM for $128!

    They include a 240GB SSD, and then offer an upgrade to a 256GB SSD for $68!

    Obviously their Professional IT Technicians didn't have anything to do with this system!

  • "Gaming" but no dGPU with a 7th Gen i5??

    False advertising.