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Gaming PC: R5-2600 | RTX 2070 SUPER (Was $1499): $1099 / [+27" AOC Mon + $169] Delivered @ TechFast

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SUPER2070R5

Continuing with the launch of RTX Super cards, this system features the Ryzen 5 2600 and RTX 2070 SUPER 8GB with a $400 OzB discount, bringing it to $1099. Also offering a special price on a bundled 27" AOC E2770SH Monitor for $169 for this config.

The R5 2600 / RTX 2080 combo is our all time most popular system here, and the 2070 Super beats the vanilla 2080, so this is an all time low equivalent spec wise, for a brand new GPU.

Spec:
Ryzen 5 2600 | RTX 2070 SUPER 8GB | 8GB DDR4 | 120GB SSD | A320MB | 550W PSU | Leaper SFF Case

Loads of new upgrades options for most components on the website, based mainly on OzB customer feedback.

Cards should be coming in early August for dispatch around second week.

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    So these wont be dispatched for another 2 weeks minimum?

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    Ryzen 2600 & mobo are let down. All discussed in previous deal.

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      Loads of new upgrades options for most components on the website, based mainly on OzB customer feedback.

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      If you're waiting for an RTX 2070 Super and R5 3600 for anywhere near $1100 you're going to be waiting a while buddy…

      Even if you build it yourself you're not going to get anywhere near that price. A PC with the same specs but with a 3600 and B450 and selecting the cheapest possible options on PC Part Picker (i.e. $50 Ram, $29 SSD and $39 case) will still be around $1450. Even as it's currently spec'd it would be around $1250

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    This okay, not great.

    You can get a 2080 for around $900, the price won't go up because of the 2080 Super coming in at the old 2080 price. The 2080 is actually still a fair bit better than the 2070 Super. Ryzen 5 2600 is available for around $160, maybe even closer to $150. 8GB DDR4 is $50. A320 motherboard is $70. Case/PSU isn't worth much, I wouldn't even bet on this PSU for long term use with a 2070 Super class card. You'd need to replace it.

    So all up, $900 + $160 + $50 + $70 = $1180. You can get a case for $30 from MSY or wherever. You'll need a PSU for both systems, I wouldn't trust the 550W one in this system.

    Either way, $80 more for 2080 vs. 2070 Super, I'd take that and you can get your parts delivered in a few days. Alternatively, 5700 XT is $620. So $900 for that kit, but I won't get into 2070 Super vs. 5700 XT, each have their merit.

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      $900(GPU) + $160(CPU) + $50(RAM) + $50(PSU) + $30(SSD) + $30(Case) + $70(MoBo) = $1290.

      Not disagreeing with you on the parts that need upgrading, but if you're getting a prebuilt system for cheaper than you could build it yourself, I think its a good deal, but maybe that's just me.

      Would a R5 3600, RX 5700, 16GB and a B450 (minimum) system for the same price be better? Sure, but its still not a bad deal for what you're getting

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        Would a R5 3600, RX 5700, 16GB and a B450 (minimum) system for the same price be better? Sure, but its still not a bad deal for what you're getting

        I'm personally not a fan of the 5700, it's in a bit of a weird place in terms of pricing. At its price point of $550, I think you're better off going with a 2060 for around $450 if your budget is tight or spend a bit more and go with a 5700 XT at $620 if you can afford it.

        The way I see it is that the 5700 isn't $100 better than the 2060 and the 5700 XT is definitely more than $70 better than the 5700, so it's just not a great value card vs. the competition.

        For a purely gaming system, I'd go with a 9400F + 5700 XT, which seems to be the bang-for-buck sweet spot right now.

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        I think it’s a decent price for someone who wants similar to 2080 performance built for themselves. As always, building yourself will be usually cheaper.

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      It's about 7% better in effective speed but isn't benching much better than a 2070 Super in FPS especially when you consider price difference in my opinion. That's obviously a whole different point to what you are pointing out though.

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        The interesting thing is that you can pick up a 2080 for around the same price as a 2070 Super right now.

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          Yeah, agree with that. Cheapest RRP for 2070 Super is a Gigabyte for $852 at Megabuy and the 2080 is an Inno3d for $899 at Umart. The brands are very different but $47 markup for 7% more is worth it IMO.

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      Hey mate, would you be able to link where I could buy the 26000 for 160$ please? Have someone that is looking for one. Thank you!

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    Bit misleading to say this is better than a 2080
    That is not true under any circumstance or benchmark scenario

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    I am pretty keen to buy one of these, mainly for the 2070 Super. I know the systems themselves have 12 months warranty, but what about individual parts warranty from the manufacturer? Does that apply here at all? Or are we just getting the 12 month whole system warranty?

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      After our 1 year system warranty expires manufacturer part warranties apply, yep. You would just contact them directly and we can provide POP if necessary although you do get a packing slip with your system.

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    Does the 2070 super run ok on a 550w psu?

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      We'll use the 700W PSU with it. Any systems purchased with 550W they will be upgraded free of charge.

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    I know this post is getting a little long in the tooth, but appears still active so i'll ask.
    Are the 2070 supers gonna be reference/blower types?
    Thinking about getting this and taking the GPU for my PC, then putting my current GPU (1070) into this PC and 'giving' it to my friend. But just not too keen on the noise of a reference card.

    Same question for your other builds (like the $579 build) as the aforementioned friend is also interested in that. In general do your builds have reference coolers or AIB?

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      I've asked this question and received a response from Luke, so I'll put it here.

      It's neither, unless you are referring to an Open-Air GPU when you mention 'reference' card. To which the answer is yes, it's an Open-Air GPU and the brands are likely to be: Galax, MSI, Asus, Gigabyte or Inno3D.

      Based on previous Techfast posts, that've usualy been Galax GPUs but the last which happens to be the first 'SUPER' offer was the 2060 Super post contained Inno3D 2060 Super.

      I hope this helps.

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        Yeah i guess i more meant Blower type, than reference specifically. You know closed plastic with 1 small fan sucking air through.
        I guess some cards lately have had actual open air designs as the reference so its not accurate to call reference and blower the same like it used to (mostly) be.

        But if they are open air cooler type thats good. even a meh one of those would be preferable to any blower.

        Thanks for the answer mate.

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    This says $1099 delivered. But when i go to get it im still being charged extra for shipping. Any ideas?

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      We started charging shipping on Friday actually. So effectively this deal has ended as it stands above, as it will be charged from now on.

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        Damn poor timing by/for me, but i understand.
        Thanks for the reply!

        Also sorry, one more question. I have just seen Nvidia is running a game bundle deal (wolfenstein youngblood and Control) which the 2070 super is part of. Any chance you guys are in on that?
        Would be a nice little bonus to offset the postage i now have to pay :P

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