RTX 2080 PCs: R5-3600/2080/480: $1449 | R5-3600/2080 SUPER/480: $1599 | R7-3700X/2080 SUPER/1TB: $1899 + CoD + $29 Del: TechFast

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Hi all,

We've been playing around with pricing and specs for our high end offerings and think we've hit some sweet spots with the following.

First, a $50 price drop and increase capacity to 480GB SSD in this system:
Spec: Ryzen 5 3600 | MSI RTX 2080 8GB (Regular) | 16GB 2400MHZ RAM | 480GB 2.5" SSD | B350 Mobo | 700W PSU | Leaper Pro White Case
Price: $1449 ($50 price drop from earlier in week)
Link: https://techfast.com.au/products/amd-ryzen-5-3600-rtx-2080-8...

Second, an SSD capacity increase and 750W PSU for this system:
Spec: Ryzen 5 3600 | MSI RTX 2080 SUPER | 16GB 2400MHz RAM | 480GB 2.5" SSD | B350 Mobo | 750W PSU | Leaper Pro White Case
Price: $1599
Link: https://techfast.com.au/products/amd-ryzen-5-3600-rtx-2080-8...
PC Part Picker comparison: https://au.pcpartpicker.com/list/jzJjXv - $1948

Lastly, a first-time bundled 1TB 2.5" SSD for this system:
Spec: Ryzen 7 3700X | MSI RTX 2080 SUPER | 16GB 2400MHz RAM | 1TB 2.5" SSD | B350 Mobo | 750W 80+ Bronze PSU | Leaper Pro White Case
Price: $1899
Link: https://techfast.com.au/products/amd-ryzen-7-3700x-rtx-2080-...
PC Part Picker comparison: https://au.pcpartpicker.com/list/9pMBmg - $2257

All systems come with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare code and the R7-3700X CPU comes with AMD's RTG Promo code (R5-3600 does not qualify under AMD's terms soz!)

Let me know your thoughts and queries. If you jumped on an earlier deal that now has a higher spec and haven't shipped, I can match. I can't retrospectively match anything that has shipped though.

I'm working with a couple of customers whose new systems have issues. If you have any queries or concerns please feel free to contact me for a quick resolution. That's what I'm here for as many can attest to.

Cheers
Luke

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  • +1 vote

    Hi Rep, I just bought one R5-3600/2080 last week, hasn't shipped yet. Is there any chance for a $50 refund and SSD upgrade ?

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    any 3900x deals coming soon luke ive got a mad bunch of friends interested

  • +2 votes

    Just wondering how did you guys achieve such great prices….. I couldn't find even the cheapest parts to do the 2080 super build under 2k…

    • +15 votes

      I could tell you but then I'd have to https://gph.is/2lGqiXm

    • +5 votes

      They cut a few corners with fugly cases, no standard hard drives and generic no name power supplies that sound like a plane taking off.

      Their processors and gpu's are well priced albeit a bit overkill. My guess is they buy in bulk. If they cut back like a $100 on the cpu/gpu and used a better case/psu and added a hdd theyd be amazingly good value.

      • +2 votes

        Couldn't agree more. They should improve the pc quality instead of just reduce price by using crap parts. Based on their previous post, I have seen they use biostar motherboard, unbranded psu. The power supply and motherboard are the most important parts for the stability. And we don't know the brand of gpu, ram and ssd either. Just increase price a little bit and use better components, then it will be great choice.

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          the gpu brands are always the best msi/gigabyte they never try to lowball on the cpu/gpu parts its why they keep prices low and if you don't know try mwave and see how much a build like this costs. https://www.mwave.com.au/sharecart/c06e2ab8-32a0-441a-a38d-f... $2660 if you include shipping. What you can do is you get the pc from techfast for $1500-1600 you buy $350 worth of parts from mwave motherboard+power supply and 1tb hdd total adds up to 1980 and you save about 650 from how much the pc is really worth on the mwave/pccasegear etc lol. ps: sorry for my poor grammar

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            @ShotzzAU: Msi and gigabyte also have low end products line, i even see gigabyte rtx2060 with single fan and no backplate.
            The mwave pc u listed have a 1tb $210 ssd,$150 disassemble fee. And also nzxt case. Actually same price if u upgraded to same thing. The price is no good any more if u buy the techfast pc then upgrade. So what i am trying to state is, they should improve the quality when building and selling even with higher price.

      • +1 vote

        I had a problem with one of these generic PSUs and would say would be a good area to upgrade 1st. Rest of the PC is great value and I have to say their tech support for us was above and beyond.

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    Edit: Never mind, I've spotted my mistake
    Your summaries all say 16GB RAM, but the links/pages all say 8GB.

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    hey guys, do you have any plan to promote a 3900x build with 32g ram and 1t nvme ssd?

  • +2 votes

    could you guys do 3000mhz ram yet considering how cheap they are now?

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    Hi Luke, I'm very interested in biting the bullet but do you have any intel CPU builds coming up with a 2080 super? I'm not interested in Ryzen atm.

  • +1 vote

    These are great. IMHO the 2080 (Regular) is the sensible OzBargain choice. The Super is only about 5% faster, one of the smallest differences between regular and super in the current crop of cards. Not something I'd notice for $100 extra! I would bite the bullet for VR gaming but I'm here beside my 3-month-old son and cannot responsibly disappear into an alternate universe right now. Maybe if they made junior Oculus Rifts….

  • +1 vote

    hi luketechfast
    is it possible that you could add 1tb m.2 NVME SSD option to replace 1tb ssd?

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      Not in the very short term as we've just added the 1TB 2.5" option. One we'll look at as we increase the options range though yep.

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    @luketechfast How far away are the new cases?

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      i hope there's an option like NZXT H510 Elite or lian li case then i will jump in

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      At least a couple of weeks I believe.

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        !! Does that mean we can get the choice to upgrade and choose from a variety of cases for more money?

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          I would say they're in a similar vein to the current ones, variations on a theme. If there is community demand for some more premium cases, and Im getting the impression more and more that there is, then I will look into it.

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            @luketechfast: honestly if you can get a few better branded cases would be awesome happily will pay the $50-80 extra for a corsair/nzxt etc. you can always keep the same cases for the ones who dont care and then make one slightly more expensive with a premium case but still is a great deal for the peeps who care. ive had instances when mates upgrading parts it was so hard to fit things in :)

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    any Intel system with 2080 coming soon?

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    Where are guys located? If you do pick up, can we also pick up component boxes?

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    Possible to downgrade the RTX 2080/super to the RX 5700 XT? How much would that lower the costs by?

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      These ones here have R5 3600 with 5700/5700 XT?

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        Was thinking about this one: Spec: Ryzen 5 3600 | MSI RTX 2080 SUPER | 16GB 2400MHz RAM | 480GB 2.5" SSD | B350 Mobo | 750W PSU | Leaper Pro White Case

        Except with the gpu swapped out. If it'll save a lot I'll do that otherwise I'll consider this deal, looks great already.

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          You can go up to the 750W Bronze which is Thermaltake Smart BX1 fairly affordably I think, in context of a $1500 system with these specs. People do swap their own out too although be aware that altering the config may have warranty implications if that part is found the be the cause of any warranty claim.

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    Been watching your offers over the past few months, you've made some great config and price changes. Keep up the good work guys.

    If i ever get out of my constant bill cycle, I'll eventually grab one.

    Or if you offer 5 years interest free I'll do it sooner bahahahaha.

    Seriously though, well done guys. Giving high end systems at prices affordable to the masses.

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    Op, any Intel based system to compete with Aldi's $1999 offering?

    Intel 9th Gen Core i5-9400 CPU at 2.9 GHz (with boost to 4.1 GHz)
    MSI MAG z390m motherboard
    MSI NVidia GeForce RTX 2070 AERO 8G graphics card
    16GB DDR4 RAM
    1TB HDD
    512GB PCIe SSD
    Gigabit Ethernet
    Seasonic Focus Plus Gold power supply

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    Hey seen all these offers recently from Techfast and I just wanna ask the general lot here what'd be the best way to go for me.

    I'm a gamer who might dabble in some more things (Streaming/Editing) so I know the 3700x/3900x make more sense for that, but which GPU helps me out the most there?

    I see the 2080 and 5700xt being offered often which I know are powerful and great but is the 2070/2070 super just falling out of the picture or is that another great option?

    I like many am waiting to pull the trigger on a certain buy and seeing all this 3900x talk is making me more hesitant lol

    • +1 vote

      Imo the 3700x is perfect for you if it's gaming with occasional streaming/editing.
      I don't think the 3900x is necessary unless you are going to be more heavily focused on the streaming/editing side.
      As for the 2070/super, there is nothing wrong with them. They are basically just a model down from the 2080. Still very solid cards that will go strong for a long time yet.
      As with everything with computers it comes down to how much you're willing to pay. Of course the 2080 and 3900x are better but they are less bang for buck aswell for most use cases

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        Our pricing on 2080 is so good there hasn't been much space/demand for the 2070, especially now 5700/5700XT is here cheaper than 2060/2070

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          man i just you guys one day are able to sell the 2080/2070s separately i really feel like you guys could pull through with a insane deal on those :)

  • +1 vote

    Currently going through a DOA process on a PC I ordered more than a month ago. When I asked why my system hadn't shipped yet they told me they had to do testing.
    Received the unit weeks later with every single blue screen possible, not to mention my upgraded parts not being included (Vanilla system).
    Not sure what testing they did but I sure hope no one else has to go through this process.

    Luke could you ask the team to respond to my email asking for the status on my system and why it's taken so long?

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    Which X570 board do you use for the upgrade?

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    @Luketechfast could you please give me an update on my system order, if that's not too much of trouble for you?

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    Hi Luke, Any upcomming deal on RX 5700XT with 1TB SSD?

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