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Desktop PCs: Ryzen 3-2200G GTX1660 $649, Ryzen 5-2600 GTX1660 $749, Ryzen 3-2200G $369, Core i7-8700 $849 Delivered @ TechFast

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Sub $1000 EOFYS deals today, all activated with OzB exclusive coupon codes.

All the below systems come as base models with A320M/H310M mobo, 8GB DDR4 2400Mhz RAM, 120GB SSD, 550W PSU - all of which can be upgraded on the site.

Also addressing valid price comparison with past deals in comments below - falling Aussie dollar means purchasing prices are 10% worse now, and are predicted to gt worse. Our advice is if you're thinking of holding off for a better deal, don't.

R3 2200G PC: $369
Link: https://techfast.com.au/collections/amd-systems/products/amd...
Code: R32200GEOFYS

R3 2200G GTX 1660 PC: $649
Link: https://techfast.com.au/collections/amd-systems/products/amd...
Code: R31660EOFYS

R5 2600 / GTX 1660 PC: $749
Link: https://techfast.com.au/collections/amd-systems/products/amd...
Code: R51660EOFYS

i7 8700 PC: $849
Link: https://techfast.com.au/collections/intel-systems/products/i...
Code: i7EOFYS

Plus reminder of the RTX 2080 system deals from Tuesday:

Spec: Ryzen 5 2600 / RTX 2080 8GB / 8GB DDR4 / 120GB SSD / 750W PSU / A320M: $1299
Link: https://techfast.com.au/products/april-special-amd-ryzen-5-2...
$200 Discount code: R52080EOFYS-S1

Spec: As above + 24" Monitor (Allied 1ms 60Hz 1080P), wired keyboard & mouse and StarCraft II mouse pad: $1399
Link: https://techfast.com.au/products/amd-ryzen-5-2600-rtx-2080-8...
$150 Discount code: R52080EOFYS-B1

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  • https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/455316 Any chance of something similar to this?

  • Previously you could get a 2600 and 1660 ti for $50 more, which makes this deal look bad. also RX 2300X / 1660 was $20 cheaper and had a superior CPU.

    I would have expected better bargains considering the Zen 2 ryzen's are getting unveiled in a few days.

    • +11 votes

      Can't disagree based on previous deals, but reality is 1) eBay funded those discounts and most importantly 2) the Aussie dollar has fallen and will continue to. It fell 10% last week in real terms for purchasing, which is going to make things more expensive, not cheaper going forward. My advice is don't hold off if you're thinking about it.

      • the Aussie dollar has fallen and will continue to. It fell 10% last week in real terms for purchasing

        The AU$ has fallen from $0.6933 to $0.6860 in the last week and $0.7112 to $0.6860 in the last month.

        Don’t know where you’re getting this ‘in real terms’ from, or is it just profiteering from everyone in the chain yet trying to shift the blame to ‘the AU$ has fallen, it’s not us!’?

        • -4 votes

          It's more complicated than that in purchasing terms. I don't think many would accuse us of profiteering.

          • @luketechfast:

            It's more complicated than that in purchasing terms

            Would genuinely love to know how a $0.0073 (yes, not even 1c) drop translates to a 10% increase in the cost of purchasing..

            • @Porthos: There's a high chance it doesn't. One could even argue that the effect is minimal with fixed rental prices&salaries, pre-existing stock, new version of Ryzen coming out soon & AUD value being unpredictable. Pricing things higher because "value of currency MIGHT drop in the future" is like rubbing the genie lamp to see the future.

              Such is life in business, in pricing strategy it's always easier to reduce than to increase.

              • @Iam12: I agree with all your points. PC components will always fluctuate based on many factors, and in reality we don’t do too badly for PC parts nowadays.

                I just take exception to a very out there claim that can’t really be justified when the currency has dropped less than 1c yet are then told the costs have increased by 10% due to that.

                It’s like when the AU$ was above parity with the US$ and things were still expensive, we were told ‘there’s more to it than the exchange rate’ yet now when the AU$ goes down we’re just told ‘oh it’s all because of the exchange rate’.

    • Yep, may as well wait for ryzen 3 and navi :/

    • They'll likely be released in July, basing off what I've been seeing over the past few weeks.

  • Great people to deal with. Prompt reply to my questions regarding my system, either via PM Luke, or through eBay.

  • Guys, just be aware that the i7 computer here doesn't come with a dedicated Graphics Card

    • And I have no understanding of why that is. They're clearly getting one or more deals on a bulk lot of graphics cards. I don't understand why you'd exclude those as an option for some builds.

  • Configuration options for R5 2600 / GTX 1660 PC says 1060 not 1660

  • The 2200g system on its own is a good budget starter pack, I reckon. That + a 2nd hand gpu would be a better PC moving forward vs the Dell/HP + 1050ti set up due to having a better upgrade path.

    Plus the integrated graphics on the 2200g is decent based on YouTube vids, so you can wait out for a super bargain potentially.

    • Only problem is that if you use the iGPU, the lack of dual channel memory (in the base model) will slaughter your performance.

  • Im After a PC for office tasks (word, spreadsheets), general browsing, YouTube, no gaming, will the $369 desktop be able to keep up without any issues do you think?

    • For sure.

      • I'm similar, but require video encoding conversion. Would the R5 be sufficient or i7 better?

        I assume the small form factor case can't fit in 2 3.5" internal HDD drives?

        • Looks like the i7 is indeed better, going by this video. However do note it isn't included in the $369 deal, only the $849 one.

          That case should be able to fit a few 2.5" hard drives, as it comes with one installed and I believe it has 2 or 3 others free.

        • can do 2 x 3.5's if you ghetto it. I have one vertically blocking the case fan (unplugged case fan because it isn't needed for temps plus th psu doubles as a case fan), and another one on top of the plastic gpu shroud just below the heatsink. Works fine.

  • how long will the Ryzen 5 2600 / RTX 2080 8GB system take to ship ?

  • How do these compare with the eBay deals?

  • Could I ask a favour Luke?

    Could you show us the brand and model of the A320 and B350 boards so that we can look at the manual and layouts?

    They are both Biostar I assume?

  • $79 for a 500gb SSD upgrade.can by one for that..what happens to 120gb

    • The 120GB drive is replaced with the 480GB. If you can source another elsewhere you are of course welcome to install on your PC as many customers do.

  • Shopping cart is dodgy as hell, especially if you try to add 2 with upgrades. I thought upgrades were applying to both but at the last second I checked quantities and the upgrades were only applying to 1 of the PCs. I'm out I think.

    Background: looking at 2 PCs - one for each child.

    • This is an issue we're working on. I'll have our dev look tomorrow but you could purchase in two separate transactions and it will be fine.

  • Is it possible to get the 2200G without the SSD for a small discount? My brother is looking to upgrade his old PC and already has 2x SSD.

  • Anyone looking to build a Plex box with transcoding options, those Ryzen + 1660 deals look decent.

  • You're making it really hard on me to not buy a small form factor gaming box for the living room.

  • Hi! gonna sound a bit like a PC noob, but what does it mean by requiring Win10 to be activated? Thank you in advance!

    • Basically it's unlicensed. You have to buy or transfer an existing license to activate it.

  • really wish i could change the mobo n psu though

  • Stay well away from their Allied brand 550w PSU. I purchased a bunch of these in the sale last month. One died in less than a day of usage, another died in 2 weeks and the third is giving power surges causing the PC to shut off. Tech Fast are refusing to provide a refund and will only provide another replacement Allied PSU which will simply add to my hard waste.

    • Which systems did you buy?

      I've got an r3/rx570 system, have had no problems with it. Will likely depend on your system as to whether it's worth the effort.

  • I purchased 10 Allied PSUs on their own.
    Also purchased the Ryzen 5 with RX 580. The performance of the Biostar RX 580 was not even close to that of Asus or Gigabyte. Wonder if its to do with poor cooler.

  • luketechfast sorry if this has been mentioned already.
    Do you have a list of the "potential" motherboards we would get if choosing B450? :)
    Thanks in advance

  • hihi, tried getting R32200GEOFYS, didnt work, is this over? error "R32200GEOFYS discount code isn’t valid for the items in your cart"

    • I just tried it and it works for the Ryzen 3 2200G (no GPU) system. Each code only works on the one system