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Gaming Desktop: AMD Ryzen 5 3600 | RTX 2060 SUPER 8GB | 8GB RAM | 120GB SSD | A320M | 550W PSU | Leaper FF Case $1199 @ Techfast


Great price. Just got code from Techfast which will give you $200 discount on this system and in stock, ready to dispatch.
Apply code at checkout . Enjoy :)

Base spec - CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 3600 - GPU: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 SUPER 8GB - RAM: 1 x 8GB DDR4 RAM - Motherboard: A320M - SSD: 120GB - PSU: 550W - Case: Leaper Small Form Factor. Select your upgrades from the options below! If you require multiple systems, please add each to your cart separately.

Below upgrade options are also available which will be in stock about 2 weeks/mid of Aug as per rep Luke.

$200 for RTX 2070 SUPER
$600 for RTX 2080 SUPER

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  • +7

    8120GB SSD


  • 8.120TB wow.

    • sorry mate..It was typo.
      fixed now ;-)

      • +3

        Haha no need to apologise!

  • +2

    Considering the GPU alone is nearly $700 this is pretty good

    • Nah you can get it for around $619 from computer alliance using pasta15.

  • +2

    Oof this makes the previous 2080 deal look like a steal!

    • +1

      well tbh this deal is better if you get the 2070 super. Same price and the 2070 super is pretty much almost a 2080 and the wont get held back by the cpu (as much or if at all).

      • The 2080 is about 10% faster than the 2070S: https://www.gpucheck.com/compare/nvidia-geforce-rtx-2070-sup...

        And games are essentially not CPU bottlenecked, excuse the ancient CPUs: https://techbuyersguru.com/sites/default/files/pictures/TheG...

        And IF they are, the 3600 is only marginally better than the 2700x for single core, and worse for multi: https://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/AMD-Ryzen-7-2700X-vs-A...

        But you are right! I did overstate the "steal" bit I think. As a pure heavy hitting gaming rig, I'd take the 2080, but if you do anything CPU intensive, I may recommend this. This is a valid option too. Oh the glorious times of amd providing good competition!

        • Honestly if it were up to me I'd probably get the 2080 and pop it in my rig and sell the rest, but my friend got a 2600 and the 2080 and you'd be surprised how many games are bottlenecked by the 2600 but I'd be lying if i said it would be noticeable. Every game gets maxed out and you won't have to worry about 60fps at any resolution but if you're aiming for 144hz, a few games won't be able to hit that with everything maxed out.
          Both cpu's are good, but I think the 3600 is more well rounded with the 2070 super (since I have one paired with a 2060 and get better fps in games than a 2080 with a 2600).

  • +11

    Thanks BA! We're fairly sure the 2070 Super will be the most popular card in the market, so it's worth pointing out separately that the system comes to $1399 delivered for that.

    I've also added the B450 motherboard upgrade per feedback from previous posts. It will have 4 DIMM slots and will not be from Biostar. We've also added the X570 as top of the range Mobo (also not Biostar), as well as more 16 and 32gb RAM options.

    • +1

      Will 5700/5700XT be coming?

      • +1

        Believe they're waiting for AIB customs - as per OzB feedback

        Shouldn't be to long for them to drop, we've been told August. So 2 - 4 weeks.

    • +1

      +129 For a b450 - that's basically RRP for a new one. I would have thought to upgrade it would cost RRP less the price of an A320

    • If not Biostar then which?

  • Not sure this is worth when the 2700 + 2080 is only $200 more.

  • spicy

  • How much would it cost for an upgrade to a vanilla Rtx 2080?

  • +3

    2060 Super is pointless, 5700xt would be the way to go

    • Agreed, but until AIB customs drop I wouldn't buy.

      Thankfully, that should only be 2 - 4 weeks. It's worth waiting for if you can wait

      • Will the AIB customs be cheaper than the current reference card?

        • Will depend on the model/seller.

          It won't be cheaper then RRP. But a few of the resllers are overpricing the reference cards, and I predict the lower tier models will come in close ish to RRP.

          Even the highest tier models won't be as expensive as Nvidia's counterparts though.

      • +8

        because he bought his system for double with the same spec.

  • I'd like to see what kind of gpu's they put inside these. They have to be some sort of first out the door founders from a third party.

    • Generally known brands. The only kinda exception to this were the biostar 580s, but biostar is decently known in the mobo market.

  • +2

    show some love for the 5700/5700XT they are far better value atm.

    • +1

      They're waiting for the AIB custom launch tmk - as per OzB feedback.

      It's worth waiting if possible. If not, not totally sure I'd want to recommend a blower.

      That should only be a few weeks though.

  • If I just want the gfx, case and psu, is it cheaper to get them separately or buy this package and sell the MB, RAM, CPU, SSD?

    My current setup is:
    Ryzen 2400g
    B350 MB
    InWin Chopin (120w)
    16gb ram

    1050ti is powered with pcie riser cable as InWin chopin cant fit a gpu

    • It'd probably be more expensive over all if you can get good sales, but not worth the hassle.

      If you can though, wait for AIB custom cards for the 5700xt. Thing's better then the 2060s for a lot less (in Aus).

  • 8gb ram/128GB ssd

    what a joke

    • Don't forget a320m

      • +1

        A320m is perfectly fine with a 3600. These barely overclock anyway. VRM and power delivery is fine. The only thing you might miss out on is there's usually not a huge amount of ports/slots

  • Dammit. Wish I didn't blow my money on the previous deal as this one comes with option to upgrade motherboard 😂. Hopefully my build ships soon.

  • How long should I wait before I update my 2700K?


  • Any options with AMD 3700x/3800x with 2080ti?

  • Thinking of just waiting until black friday.

  • Was curious about the brands TechFast uses, so I sent them an email asking for a detailed brand list for the parts used in these builds.

    "We’re unable to guarantee all the parts that will be used in your system, but I can confirm that the motherboard will be from biostar, with the GPU being from INNO3d. I will leave a detailed list on all the brands we would use below for your convenience.

    RAM: TeamGroup, Crucial, G.Skill, other TechFast-approved brands
    Motherboard: Usually: Biostar Occasionally: ASUS, AsRock, other TechFast-approved brands
    Power Supply: Bundled 550W and 750W: Allied, TechFast-approved
    850W 80+ Gold: Antec, Thermaltake, Corsair
    Graphics Cards: Galax, Biostar, ASUS, MSI, Colorful, Inno3D, other TechFast-approved - all used as often as each other
    Solid State Drive: Usually: Allied Occasionally: Western Digital, SanDisk, Crucial
    Hard Disk Drive: Usually: Seagate Barracuda, Western Digital, Toshiba"

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