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Ryzen 7 Gaming PCs: R7-2700 RTX 2080: $1439.10 / R7-2700 GTX 1660: $799.20 / R7-2700 RTX 2080Ti: $2249 Delivered @ TechFast eBay


Hi all, we just got some crazy good pricing on Ryzen 7 2700s so I created deals for our two most popular cards - GTX 1660 and RTX 2080 (plus a 2080 Ti) - for all-time lows with the R7 CPU.

These are all base spec so you can upgrade RAM, Mobo, SSD, etc under PC Upgrades or the links next to the components in the listing. There is also an X470 option now on selected systems (brand and model may vary - can't be more specific than that but it will be local stock [not Biostar]).

Ryzen 7 2700 GTX 1660 6GB 120GB SSD 8GB DDR4 550W A320
Price: $799.20
With 1660 Ti Upgrade: $888.30 (effectively a free upgrade)

Ryzen 7 2700 RTX 2080 8GB 120GB SSD 8GB DDR4 A320
Price: $1439.10

Ryzen 7 2700 RTX 2080 Ti 11GB 120GB SSD 8GB DDR4 750W 80+G
Price: $2249
Important: Subject to an approximate 14 day turnaround due to 2080 Ti lead times.


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  • i ordered 3 weeks ago a 2600 system still hasnt arrived

    • +1 vote

      Can you PM me your order details? Depending on the date your system should be at 7 business days or very slightly over. Remember that it's business days (Mon-Fri, excluding weekends and public holidays).

  • Hi Luke, what brand 2080ti is possible here?

  • Some nice deals there Luke.

  • Hey Luke, my order has not been shipped yet. Is it still possible to upgrade my order from r5 to r7? Thanks

    • Should be fine if it hasn't shipped - pls email [email protected] and Callum can do the rest.

      • Must have got the same deal, I'm hoping to upgrade from the 2600 too. Is there going to be any price difference? I've sent through an email but have no confirmation of shipping yet.

    • Just on this, if you wanted to upgrade you would need to cancel the existing order and re-order with a Ryzen 7. It's too complicated with the % discounts which are covered by Ebay. Fine if you want to do it, but we can't amend an existing order. Cheers.

  • Has anyone got their systems from them? How's the service and quality of the items

    • I got a system off them last year, communication was lacking and I never got an idea when to expect delivery. Not sure if they have improved. Mine was a budget build but very tidy and haven't had any issues so can't complain. I would definitely order again from them.

    • They can be a bit slow (although I think they're better now) but deliver the goods. Luke is very helpful. Mine was a higher end system and very happy with quality.

    • I've ordered three system through Teckfast now. First two were around Christmas last year, so I was expecting a slowish turn around. But the communication from @luketechfast was excellent through out the process.

      The third system was delivered last week, took 6 business days to arrive, I had the system delivered unassembled, everything, except the GPU, came in original boxes and was well packed. Quality of the systems have been very good in my experience.

  • Any chance of selling the CPUs alone? Like the Ventus cards you had?

  • Hi. Are the monitors an option on eBay? I couldn't find them as an upgrade. I am moving over from a mac so need the lot pretty much. Also can you put this up with a rtx 2060 + monitor combo?

  • 3950x with 2080TI should be a bomb of a computer.

    • That would be one hell of a computer.

      I am considering saving up for a beast computer maybe this time next year or come round Christmas sales.

      But by then it will probably be the next generation.

      Getting psyched to finally reach god tier level of computers after being a gamer for so long.

      Steam Dreamz.

      • Zen 2 (Ryzen 3xxx) and Navi GPUs out next month.

        • AMD has to do something pretty amazing to win me over NVIDIA nowadays.

          Just something about the green team that makes me lean towards them these days.

          AMD feels like a second choice in almost all aspects besides maybe price and honestly having fiddled with GPU's for awhile now I would pay the extra for the convenience and to just have things just work.

          I am pretty much the Apple equivalent of the GPU world at this stage mainly because I don't want to tinker too much with my GPU not gonna touch overclocking ever unless I have somebody physically beside me with the experience and hardware and results to prove it.

          • @AlienC: Funny story, Apple only sells and supports AMD graphics cards, not NVIDIA (apart from 2 really old models)

            • @Jimmy Tseng: Two main reasons. 1. Both nVidia and Apple like closed source / proprietary tech. However, only Apple can lock people into their systems, Apple refuse to get locked into nVidia's tech (so Apple software to support CUDA is no go for Apple). 2. AMD GPU support better multi display setup (in terms of total number of concurrent output displays).

          • @AlienC: Intel and Nvidia have a firm grip on the mindshare. Most are willing to pay more over AMD even when AMD has compelling products.

            Things are changing slowly though. Zen2 will dominate the CPU market and that should allow AMD to pump more into their GPU R&D that has been running on a shoestring budget for the last 4-5 years.

            • @camelthief: Here is to hoping AMD puts up a good fight against NVIDIA with their current CPU dominance.

              Would be nice to see something other than NVIDIA in the competition these days feels one sided.

          • @AlienC: Not looking like Navi will need tinkering to be compelling thankfully.

            Although, OC wise, Radeons software has an auto OC or UV more (for vega, and likely Navi) nowadays. Would just require a basic check to make sure it works decently but even that would just be done via real world use.

            And polaris is definitely fine stock (570 and 580 at least).

            Just keep an eye on them. No point getting ripped off because you didn't know the opposition had changed.

            • @N1NJ4W4RR10R: True ok in the RTX 2080/2080 Ti bracket would you go AMD or NVIDIA honestly.

              I am not going to be doing too much with the next build maybe some aftermarket coolers and some fans but that is it.

              • @AlienC: Ah, that market.

                Definitely down to Nvidia. AMD just doesn't have anything there unfortunately, not yet.

                They're good to great for the markets they're in, but up there they only currently have the radeon 7 (which is really only a good choice for folks who need 16gbs of VRAM).

                So I'm with yah in hoping they end up stopping something super high end sooner of later.

          • @AlienC: AMD RX 5700 XT and RX 5700 announced. So, unless you get RTX 2080, it looks like AMD will give current RTX 2070 and RTX 2060 a tough time. A big disappointment is RX 5700 XT and RX 5700 have no hardware ray tracing, but their alternative to DLSS appears to work without any game change (though DLSS isn't a big deal to be honest). Both cards support PCIe 4.0 and have improved video decoding.

            It is anticipated that nVidia will respond soon with beefed up version of RTX 2xxx series (+ lowering price for existing cards).

            AMD may not have won you over, but the expectation is that AMD have done enough to push nVidia (in terms of dropping price and come out with better cards) - to be confirmed. Personally, I try to support both camps if possible - to keep the competition going.

            • @netsurfer: I am using a 1050 Ti now and unless my pc somehow dies I won't be getting anything below a RTX 2080 or equivalent.. might even get a 1080 Ti if it gets really cheap since I don't think many games are utilising the new technologies in the RTX series as of right now or within a few years.

              I just want to game comfortably at 4k max settings since I am using a 40 inch 4k 60hz monitor now it is wonderful and honestly can't wait for a bigger sized 4k 144hz monitor sometime in the future be it a year from now or five or even ten years.

              It really is nice to look at.

              Realistic lighting and reflection is nice but honestly too much realistic lighting removes the game immersion for me but more power to the higher resolution textures and overall increase in resolution.

              • @AlienC: If you are on 1050 Ti now with a 4K @ 60Hz monitor, then for a proper 4K max settings setup, you simply need to buy everything (new PC, new graphics card, new monitor). You will need to decide how much you want to spend on the monitor as a top notch 4K gaming monitor will cost more than 2080 Ti (so will cost more than 2080 as well).

                Despite RX 5700/RX 5700XT not able to match RTX 2080, it is already listing [email protected] resolution support (it's more marketing to be honest, with video acceleration only up to [email protected] - maybe okay for 8K movies).

                Honestly, I suggest you get XB1X cheap and enjoy 4K gaming now (even if it is mostly [email protected]).

                • @netsurfer: Console is an option but would be nice to take advantage of my already grown pc library but yeah console is an option.

                  Honestly my current monitor will be fine for long while unless I switch to a TV for larger screen size and 4k 60hz.

                  Yeah I will be selling my current setup and building a new PC just no idea when I will pounce probably when the my current setup cannot handle 4k 30 fps any more as it is doing well keeping above 4k 30 fps on low settings some how in some older games but if I wanna have fun with the current gen yeah will need to definitely upgrade and build a completely new setup.

            • @netsurfer: I don't know man. Nvidia has yet to counter RX 5700 XT with their RTX super lineups and their pricing.
              For me, I'm thinking to get the new Ryzen 3700 or 3700X and Nvidia's RTX 2070 super if that card beats RX 5700 XT.

              • @squall3031: There is no reason to rush. With the new AMD CPUs, GPUs and likely nVidia GPU refresh, and more importantly no super duper game released right now, it makes sense to wait a bit (unless there is a too good to be true bargain or you must meet the 30 June EOFY deadline).

  • Once I see a ryzen 3000 system I think I might have to bite!

  • It would be nice to bundle with an OS and optionally add more RAM to 16GB etc

    I mean my phone has the same amount of RAM to a desktop

    • +1 vote

      Both of those can be added as upgrades through the listings. Bundling them would end up the same price as adding them yourself. We offer a base spec to lower the cost of entry and customers can up spec as they need.

  • Hi Luke, any chance of getting a deal like this one again? - https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/455316

    Kicking myself I didn't pick it up at the time.

    • +3 votes

      Not on Ti card no, you would just need to add as an upgrade. The lesson here is if the deal is great, get it! :D

      • Yeah fair enough :) The R5 RX570 deal with monitor from a few days back is pretty good so may end up getting that

  • Is it still recommended to swap out the PSU of these machines from Techfast? I remember seeing it a lot in the comments of earlier Techfast deals - but not so much any more… are Techfast using good quality PSUs now or something?

    • They use the cheapest psu that will work for their spec setup.

    • I have just got my i7 8700 rtx 2080 build and the 800watt is handling it..I am not sure how to test the psu until it dies may be?
      The psu is from company called aywum I think..

  • Can you confirm how many ram slots does B350M mb have?

  • Will my existing Seasonic 550W 80+gold PSU be enough juice for the 2080 system?

  • What's the most cost effective way of adding a windows OS(win7,8.1,10) legally to this one?

    Win 10 retails for about $150???

    • Legally? Pay $150 for it. Not sure what you were expecting. Alternatively, if you have a PC already you can get the key off there. Plenty of Youtube videos on it.

      Most cost effective way? eBay, for $5. Even if there's an issue with the key you'd have to go through 30 of them to match the Windows price. And practically no one has issues with it.

  • What frequency does the RAM run at?

  • I'm not too familiar with computers but do these PCs get quite noisy when running?

    • Not really. Under heavy load the high end graphics card generate a lot of heat but have good fans to provide cooling. The large case has two fans and the small case 1 fan. I wouldn't say noise is noticeable.