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$30 off Sitewide on Gaming PCs @ Price Performance PC


Price Performance PC is a Melbourne based business that provides complete pre-built gaming PC packages at very competitive prices.

We use reputable brands in our builds.
Each PC system has the latest essential updates and drivers to ensure trouble free performance.
Each system is benchmarked using recognised software such as 3dmark so you are able to gauge real world performance.
You simply plug, play and enjoy your Price Performance PC.

To celebrate the launch of our website www.priceperformancepc.com.au we are giving a $30 discount off any pre-built system if you mention 'ozbargain' at pick up.

We have something for everyone e.g.

Budget PC:
Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
i5-4460 3.20ghz cpu
4gb Asus ROG Strix RX470 graphics
8gb dual channel DDR3
240gb Western Digital SSD
Wifi enabled
22” Led monitor
Backlit gaming keyboard and mouse with pad
Cushioned headset
$460 after discount

Mid Range:
Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
i7 4770 cpu turbo boost to 3.90ghz
16gb dual channel DDR3
4gb XFX Radeon RX 470 graphics
240gb Western Digital SSD
Rotanium tempered glass case with RGB fans and controller
22” Led monitor
Backlit gaming keyboard and mouse
300mbps PCIe wifi adapter
$750 after discount

High End:
Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
Ryzen 7 2700 8 core cpu (comparable to 8th gen i7)
16gb Crucial Ballistix DDR4-3000 memory
8gb Radeon RX Vega 64 graphics
480gb Crucial SSD
Antec 500w continuous power with 88% efficiency
Thermaltake case with tempered glass side and led fans
24” Led monitor
Backlit gaming keyboard and mouse
Cushioned headphones
300mbps PCIe wifi adapter
$1460 after discount

Look forward to meeting you.

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closed Comments

  • $30 off a $1460 computer, are you sure you will stay in business after such a dramatic reduction?

    Voting down to save you from bankruptcy.

  • 4th gen, probably second hand, $780 normal price? Are you serious?!?!?

  • Why have Win10 Pro when Home is fine?

  • how is this a deal?
    you dont specify what parts you use in your computers, e.g: no mention of ram brand, speed (only see that sort of in ddr4 ram pcs), no mention of type of motherboard or brand. no brand mention of gpu, or the wifi adapter.
    - you havent specified what type of monitor it is, and what resolution it is either.
    - saying that you use reputable parts means nothing to me. you could chuck in a cheap ass psu and call it reputable when it isn’t.

    not a bargain at all.

  • Further specs can be found in the photos on the website. Brand names and model numbers all there. Too wordy extracting it all here.

  • Good on you for having a go, but no bargain here.

    Some of this is 5 year old gear (4th gen intel) and on the website you say used parts are mixed with new but you don't say which. My first thought is that these are used with new peripherals as you just cant buy this stuff new anymore.

  • Thank gumbo. I suppose different people can have a different take on this. Our views on this can be found here:

  • -1 vote

    I click, loud auto-play video begins, I close tab. Terrible website.

  • Thanks for the feedback Jai. We have turned off the autoplay feature.

  • For a company with the name "Price Performance PC", you don't seem to know what that means.

    Take a look at Techfast's recent post for an idea of what true price to performance is.

    Site also looks very unprofessional.

  • There is good reason why Tech Fast is cheap. We strongly suggest ozbargainers do their research on Tech Fast from third party sites before purchasing their systems.

  • not sure why everyone is so negative and make fuss over this post. for me compare to stuff i have seen on facebook and gumtree the PC spec and price listedhere is quite decently prices. I mean i build my own PC therefore never purchased from them before but still some of these comments don't make sense borderline bullying tbh. i guess some of yous are PC parts hustlers, but i doubt this website is targeting pc experts like some of the PC elitist here.
    By the way regarding Techfast I have seen builds let me say no brand chinese PSU paired with rtx 2080 or 1080 ti using 2 x molex to 8 pin connectors ain't exactly confidence inspiring. Seen them advertise on eBay with builds like Ryzen 2600 paired with A320 mb isn't exactly a balanced build by any means.

  • Thanks for the encouragement sneakerdad1978.

    We had 3 of the 4th generation i5 systems and all that stock has now sold out.

    However, we have now added the following high end rig to the catalog:

    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
    i7-7700k cpu turbo boost to 4.80ghz with Noctua cooler
    16gb dual channel XPG Spectrix D41 RGB DDR4-3000 memory
    8gb MSI GTX 1080 Armor OC graphics
    MSI Z270 Gaming Pro Carbon motherboard
    480gb Crucial SSD
    Corsair HX850i power supply with 80plus platinum efficiency
    Fractal design case with transparent side and led ring fan
    24” LG Led IPS monitor
    300mbps PCIe wifi adapter
    Backlit keyboard and mouse with pad
    Cushioned gaming headset