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Ryzen Gaming PCs: R5-2600 RTX 2070: $1119.60 [$1057.40 eBay Plus] Delivered + Deal Summary @ TechFast eBay


Slight apologies for the multi-deals of mine and a couple others that have been picked up recently, but I thought I'd summarise our eBay deals with PAPPY happening in case that's your platform of choice.

I created a new Ryzen 5 RTX 2070 system and we are matching some of the previous popular pricing on R5 2080 systems - even better days if you're eBay plus for 15% and an all-time low. Jump on.

All prices shown as [10% Regular / 15% eBay Plus].

Ryzen 5 2600 RTX 2070 8GB 120GB SSD 8GB DDR4 Gaming Computer
Price: $1119.60 / $1057.40

Ryzen 5 2600 RTX 2080 8GB 120GB SSD 8GB DDR4 Gaming Computer
Price: $1299.60 / $1244

Ryzen 5 2600 GTX 1660 6GB 120GB SSD 8GB DDR4 Gaming PC
Price: $749.70 / $708.05
(1660 Ti upgrade for $100 available)

Ryzen 3 2200G GTX 1660 6GB 120GB SSD 8GB DDR4 Gaming PC
Price: $649.80 / $613.70
(1660 Ti upgrade for $100 available)

Ryzen 3 2200G RX 570 8GB 120GB SSD 8GB DDR4 Gaming PC
Price: $599.40 / $566.10

Ryzen 3 2200G 120GB SSD 8GB DDR4 Gaming PC
Price: $404.10 / $381.65


Original 15% off on eBay for eBay Plus Members, 10% off for Non Members eBay Deal Post

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  • We nearly need a table with your website vs Ebay comparison ;) Great Prices as always!

  • What's the GPU model in these? In particular the 2080

    • Been waiting for this answer. Previous thread mentioned a Galax but not sure if it's a blower or fan.

      • +1 vote

        2080 is Galax Dual Fan. Ti cards (asked previously elsewhere) can vary.

        As some further info, IMO they are a great card. They perform with better stability and temp scores in 3DMark testing than the MSI Ventus we have also used. Plus, RGB so look better.

  • With a scope of the next 3 years, will 1660 be enough for the most VR gaming needs? Should I go for 1660 ti instead?

    • Absolutely not, both barely cut it today.

    • 1660 Ti is possible as its faster than the RX 580, and that is a recommeded GPU for VR. It does depend on your CPU and if you don't mind lowering your graphical settings to medium in demanding games.

      You have to maintain at least 45fps on VR for a reasonable experience, as VR software can double your fps to match the 90hz of the screen. Unfortunately that has the side effect of being a less enjoyable experience for those sensitive to the lag in VR. Even in my rock solid 90fps system, I can feel a little sick in some games, but that is mainly for games not designed for VR but converted, such as Fallout 4 VR.

      Do you think for 3 years that GPU can maintain a minimum of 45fps? I think it can with some medium settings, I think in a lot of games designed for VR on the Oculus website you'll actually get 90fps with a decent CPU.

  • might be a dumb question but are we able to buy these pcs without the power supply or ssd for a cheaper price? or is it only available to buy as a complete package

  • Hey pappy ;)

  • Are you going to have Zen 3 machines available quickly after launch?

  • Do you guys have any compact PC's ?

    • +1 vote

      The Leaper case is the smallest we offer - depends on your definition of compact but it's pretty small - not ITX though.

  • Dumb question but im like clueless with computers - I see lots of PCs at different price points so what kind of PC will one need to sufficiently be able to play eg Dota, fortnite, Counter strike etc.

    • Ryzen 3 2200G GTX 1660 6GB 120GB SSD 8GB DDR4 Gaming PC should be more than enough. Can future proof it a little bit by upgrading to 1660Ti and Ryzen 5 to be able to play a few more games.

    • A simple answer could be just yes… however it gets more complicated when you consider how you’d like to view your game.

      In game resolution and settings turned high/ultra = more CPU/GPU demand = lower FPS (frames per second). This makes your game stutter/ tear and result in a poor experience.

      Most modern games (like you’ve mentioned) are perfectly playable and look fine at 1080p and high/medium settings.

      From the above computers all but the last with do this fine. With better performance going top to bottom.

      • Thanks for your inputs.

        • Also take note of your monitor (or your budget for a new monitor). It’s all well and good to future proof a gaming rig to play games at like 1440p or 4K but if you’re not planning to spend a lot of cash to get a monitor that supports it, it’s really not worth it. Will probably be better if you upgrade GPU in a couple of years time when you’re ready to jump to a higher resolution (along with a new monitor)

          Also, depending on how you play the games you may not need to crank the graphics to high.
          I personally play CS:GO competitively (not a pro but I’m serious about it enough), and I have my settings on low (except shadows) on 1080p. Sometimes high settings has too much eye candy stuff and actually distracts competitive play.

    • Just a comparison between RX 570 and 1660

      I'd still recommend getting at least a 1660 if you're worried about getting good frames. A solid investment would be to get a 120-144hz monitor.

  • If I bought the 2080, stuck in my Vega 56, do you reckon it would sell for a few hundred?

    I'm drooling over the idea of adding Ray-tracing old games.

    • For sure! Quick look on ebay for a few sold recently show:
      AU $400.00
      AU $325.45
      AU $399.00
      AU $380.00
      AU $107.50 < Faulty one sold
      AU $470.00

  • Hey Luke have you guys started building last week's computers? Ordered mine on tuesday was hoping it would be dispatched before the weekend, order number is #TECHFAST10632631 if that helps.

  • Do you ship to malaysia?:)

  • Would the case included in this allow the opening to be switched to the right side instead of the left?

  • Thoughts on the best computer here to do graphic design on (Photoshop, after effects)

  • Do you guys sell mini pc for HTPC or Intel NUC type?

  • New here and have a question, isn't the 2600 a 6 Core CPU? The specs say it's Quad Core.

  • If i bought this system:
    Ryzen 5 2600 GTX 1660 6GB 120GB SSD 8GB DDR4 Gaming PC

    What sort of monitor do you guys recommend?


  • Hi Luke, purchased a few days ago, would you be able to confirm if I received a galax model and when It will be sent out. Many thanks!

    Order: TECHFAST11292631

    • Hi Anthony, ordered Wednesday I'd be expecting it to ship at the back end of next week. Can't confirm Galax at this stage - all I can and will say from now on is brands may vary.

  • Hey Luke, ordered on 24/5 can you please confirm when this should be dispatched and what GPU was used?

  • How do these work with the AMD 2 game promo since these systems wont be shipped until after the promo has ended