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Gaming PCs: R3-2200G RX 570 8GB: $599 / with Dual 24" Monitors: $799 / i7-8700 RTX 2080: $1649 Delivered @ TechFast Website

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Hi all, deals for the start of the week with OzB discount codes. Upgrades available on all systems.

Spec: Core i7 8700 / RTX 2080 8GB / H310M / 8GB DDR4 / 120GB SSD / 750W PSU / Leaper Pro RGB Case: $1649 with $350 coupon code
Link: https://techfast.com.au/collections/intel-systems/products/i...
Code: i72080EOFYS

Spec: Ryzen 3 2200G / RX 570 8GB / A320M / 8GB DDR4 / 120GB / 550W PSU / Leaper Pro case: $599 with $100 coupon code
Link: https://techfast.com.au/collections/amd-systems/products/amd...
Code: R32200G570EOFYS

Spec: Ryzen 3 2200G / RX 570 8GB / A320M / 8GB DDR4 / 120GB / 550W PSU / Leaper Pro case + DUAL 23.6" Monitors, Keyboard and Mouse: $799 with $200 coupon code
Link: https://techfast.com.au/collections/amd-systems/products/amd...
Code: R32200GDUALBUNDLEEOFYS

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  • Wow good timing, my RX570 just failed like an hour ago!

    • Well you don't really need to drop a whole lot on an entire new PC, just get pick up a second hand RX570 for like $100.

      • I was actually looking at that option too, how safe are second had GPU's? If a 570 is just a 100, I'd happily take that route!

        • Many will have plenty of warranty remaining, so that's a pretty safe option, and your not outlaying much anyway.

    • Wow bad timing for me. My 7950 blew up twice in the first month. 2nd time they also changed motherboard and PSU. Left me using a laptop for a month.

      Been pretty smooth sailing since. This is the first pc that didn't die or end up being unbearable slow outside of warranty

      So no upgrades for me right now :(

      Ryzen 3rd gen with no zombieload vulnerability interesting

    • Update:

      Short story:
      Computer was f***ed. 2hours of my time later. Moved graphics card to another PCI slot. Its more or less working.

      Long Winded Story:
      Computer complete refused to post today.

      Took me 30 minutes to determine it was a graphics card problem. Fan wasn't spinning at all
      Gigabyte keyboard kept flashing(ie incomplete boot.)
      Nor could I turn Narrator on either (incomplete boot or popups)

      I could get it to boot normally using onboard graphics.

      Took me 30 minutes trying to re-seat it then cleaning it in hope it will work. Nope nothing worked.

      Eventually, I tried to use another PCI port. ut had to loose the DVD drive due to poor board design.. (First try it did it with a back-plate on so wasn't a snug fit LOL).

      All working now, gonna under-clock it slightly so it can last a few more month.

      • LOL oh that sounds like a stressful time! When computer hardware malfunctions it's so frustrating! You have to try a bunch of different things in hopes of it miraculously working!

        Glad you got it working bro! Hopefully it lasts for ages!

  • Nice deals, waiting for my PC from last weeks deal to dispatch hopefully sometime this week. The waiting is killing me.

  • Can’t wait for the new AMD cpu and gpu, https://youtu.be/v7hofCnniJE

    • I'm real interested in what they'll have to say on June 10th. Navi could absolutely go either way.

      Ryzen 3k is looking good though.

  • Any R5 deals going, rep?

  • I was hoping for 8C/16T Ryzen 5 :(

    Model Cores/Threads TDP Boost/Base Total Cache SEP (USD) Availability
    Ryzen 9 3900X 12/24 105W 4.6/3.8GHz 70MB $499 July 7, 2019
    Ryzen 7 3800X 8/16 105W 4.5/3.9GHz 36MB $399 July 7, 2019
    Ryzen 7 3700X 8/16 65W 4.4/3.6GHz 36MB $329 July 7, 2019
    Ryzen 5 3600X 6/12 95W 4.4/3.8GHz 35MB $249 July 7, 2019
    Ryzen 5 3600 6/12 65W 4.2/3.6GHz 35MB $199 July 7, 2019
  • Bought the dual monitor deal a while back, word of caution with gaming, they're only 60 Hz. I'm selling mine now because it wasn't suitable for all my games.

    • It does say that the monitors are 60Hz, and at this price point I'd think that's expected anyway.

  • Why my 8gb RX 580 constantly runs at 90 degrees when playing PUBG.

    • Cheap heatsink design probably

    • One thing I remember is that the max temp on AMD blower cards is actually 90c by default. So as long as it never goes above that threshold, it's safe. I highly recommend undervolting the card and if your ears can handle it - bumping up the fan a bit because even though it's technically safe, that's still too hot for me to be comfortable.

    • Give a look into undervolting, might help.

    • Have you tried applying a fan curve via MSI Afterburner? With a decent fan curve, you should get like 73+ degrees.

  • Would I need a USB flash drive with Windows 10 or just a product key when booting up one of these systems for the first time?

    • +2 votes

      Neither, it has the OS pre-installed but not activated, so has the vast majority of functionality including all drivers which we install. It's up to you where you get an activation key from.

  • Wondering when will you realise an AMD 3000 series system? Cannot wait to buy one.

  • Which one of these will work great with VR?

  • Any Ryzen 5 2600 / RTX 2060 deals in the horizon?

    • +4 votes

      2060 hasn't proven a popular card so far. Our pricing on 1660s and 2080s makes the in between awkward to offer value.

  • Good price. What brand / model are the 2 x 24" monitors?

    • +1 vote

      Allied. The monitor spec is on the listing. I think it was caching without the product options but they're there now.

      Product Specifications: Screen Size: 23.6in - Refresh rate: 60Hz - Typical Brightness value: 300 cd/m² - Response time: 1.5/3.5ms - Resolution: 1920 x 1080 - Input: HDMI (cable not included) and VGA (cable included) - Package includes 1 x power cable, adapter and 1 x VGA cable, stand, and screws.

  • So if you want the monitors you can't customize the PC???

    • +1 vote

      I think it was caching a version without the Product Options - the configurator is there now! Try clearing your cache.

  • Anybody got any thoughts on replacing the below with the Ryzen 3 2200G deal? Id cannabilise anything worth it (HDD)

    XPS 8700
    4th Generation Intel(R) Core(T M) i7-4790 processor (8M Cache , up to 4.00 GHz)
    2TB 7200 rpm Hard Drive + 32GB mSATA Solid State Drive
    24GB Dual Channel DDR3 1600MHz (8GBx2 + 4GBx2)
    Intel(R) 7260AC + BT4.0 [802.1 1ac + Bluetooth 4.0, Dual Band 2.45 GHz,2x2]
    RX570 8GB

    • To be honest that seems like a waste if you already have an RX570, your CPU is on par with the R5 2600, only thing in this deal that's better than your current setup would probably be the SSD over hard drive and the RAM. You'd be better off just purchasing parts individually to upgrade.

      • Cheers mate. Thats the sort of thing I was looking for.
        Ive been trying to sort an issue & have therefore replaced the PSU & the graphics card, but still trying to sort out my problem.
        next was going to be to replace the motherboard, but struggling to find a LGA1150 Z97 board compatible with DDR3 memory

        • Honestly don't bother looking for one which supports DDR3. You can get a cheap 2x8GB kit of fast DDR4 3000mHz memory for just $125, which will give you a performance boost over DDR3 anyway. Then you get a wider range of motherboards to choose from as well. If you really don't have a lot to spend on RAM then you can get a cheap 2x4GB kit of 3000mHz for $75, or even just a cheap 2x4GB DDR4 2400mHz kit to get you started for just $38, but I would recommend going for one of the first two options if at all possible because you will see a significant performance boost.

  • Hey Luke,

    What are the exact model numbers of the Intel B360M and Z390 motherboards?

    Trying to decide which one to upgrade too, mostly interested in the possibilities for future RAM upgrades.. think the base one is restricted to 32Gb.

  • Am I able to request for pc to be posted unbuilt for an earlier dispatch?