Ryzen 5 3500X | RTX 2080 Super | 27" AOC Monitor Gaming PC Bundle: $1599 (AOC 144hz + $200) + $39 Delivery @ TechFast

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TechFast are bringing back this popular high spec gaming PC bundle, with new AOC 27G2 144Hz 27" monitor upgrade option.

Enjoy :)

Specs:

  • Ryzen 5 3500X
  • Galax RTX 2080 Super (MSI Upgrade +$39)
  • 16G 2666MHz RAM (3200MHz upgrade +$29)
  • 240G 2.5" SSD
  • Biostar B45M2 B350 Motherboard
  • Allied 750W PSU (Gigabyte G750H 750W 80+ Gold Upgrade +$69)
  • Leaper Pro RGB (Deepcool Tesseract and Matrexx 50 RGB available)
  • AOC E2770SH monitor - (upgrade to AOC 27G2 144Hz Monitor +$200)
  • Wired keyboard and mouse

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  • +3 votes

    Do you sell the GPU's stand alone?

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    can you sell the AOC 144hz standalone?

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    Thats a great monitor to upgrade to! (AOC 27G2), Have had one on order with PCCG for what feels like forever, when are you guys getting your shipment of it? :D

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      Yep reviews look great for it. Looking forward to checking them out. They'll be in next week some time I believe, ready to go with systems purchased within the 7-10 business days.

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      I got my 24” g2 off eBay, got real lucky due to seller unwanted gift, the panel is amazing. When you receive your one you’ll be blown by the quality

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        Looking forward to it! :D It will sit next to a 4K IPS Dell with proper colour calibration (I do a lot of photography stuff as well) - but it will be nice to have a dedicated gaming panel on the desk!

  • +4 votes

    Hi - just wondering if you guys would ever consider doing a small form factor build in your sales? obviously there is an additional cost overhead to that based on the parts and additional build effort, but have you ever considered offering a SFF build? Thanks!

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      Considered yes, but not part of our plans during peak time such as this. We may explore when (if) things quieten down but we are focusing on core offerings at the moment. Interested in any case suggestions - quantity/availability is as important factor as anything else, so a niche case isn't going to work. Some folks may not fully understand the volume of systems we sell to the OzB community, so high end cases with 1-2 quantities available aren't viable options.

      • -4 votes

        How many do you sell? If you don't mind.

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        It'll depend on whether you include a gpu and price point.

        I just built a great budget Ryzen APU build in an Inwin Chopin, which is a great high volume (ish) but very small SFF case.

        Otherwise the slightly larger inwin cases are good for itx builds with GPUs (eg Inwin A1), or if you're aiming for cheaper budget SFF systems, coolermaster elite 110 or Thermaltake Core V1 might fit the bill, and all are plentiful.

      • +1 vote

        It's hard to know looking at retail prices what wholesale prices and quantities are available, so I'll provide a few alternatives.

        Ultimately though, the vast majority people buying from you seem to not know the first thing about computers, so you really can't have a PC case with almost completely closed off front air intakes as your default option - especially when you're putting in high end PC parts that require a lot of airflow to keep cool.

        A budget mesh case should really be the standard option in the interest of keeping prices low and people should be able to upgrade to a better mesh/more RGB/glass or acrylic front panel if they wish. I would also point out that even very well designed cases with glass or acrylic front panels do have cooling problems when used in high end systems when compared to mesh alternatives. This is less of a problem if it's water cooled.

        With that being said, here's a brief list that hopefully contains some suitable cases:

        Premium Mesh RGB
        - H500 CM
        - Antec DA601

        Mesh RGB
        - Thermaltake Versa J24
        - Silverstone PM01BR-W
        - BitFenix Nova TG
        - Deepcool Tesseract SW

        Mesh - No RGB
        - P400a
        - Cougar MX330
        - Cougar MX330-G
        - Thermaltake Core G21
        - Fractal Meshify C

        Glass/Plastic RGB
        - MB520L
        - Rotarium TG302
        - Corsair 460x

        • +1 vote

          @iseeyou1312 Appreciate the effort here and various feedback elsewhere (and thank you for recommending upgrades to customers instead of bagging the overall system as others have done previously).

          Quantities of almost all of these cases are not where we need them in Australia. However we have been listening to feedback on cases for many months and have RGB dual and triple intake fan, mesh fronted cases in MATX and ATX coming in the months to follow.

          It's been covered elsewhere previously, but RobTech's review is vastly overblown for the Leaper Pro, which is ours originally and Armageddon's secondly, not that it makes much difference there. We also install additional intake fans for systems requiring additional airflow - we're on top of this.

          Cheers

          • +1 vote

            @luketechfast: Hey Luke,

            I appreciate you listening to the feedback and ordering in new cases that should be a lot more appropriate for the systems that you're offering. It was no effort to recommend upgrades that fix problems to make this an incredible offer.

            That's interesting to know about the Leaper Pro and I am sure it would be a sufficient, albeit slightly warm for low end builds. The problem is that when you have such tiny intakes, even with high pressure static fans and add in overclock-able processors and high end graphic cards, it creates a mini oven. It's just a matter of physics and has nothing to do with case quality, branding, design or price.

            Also, as a general rule, when cases have constricted intake airflow cooling fans are a lot more efficient if used as exhaust fans to create negative pressure.

            Good luck!

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        The Silverstone SG13 ticks a lot of boxes for budget itx - around $50, ATX power supply compatible, decent ventilation and 270mm gpu max length while still being still pretty damn small.

  • +2 votes

    Thanks BA! More deals on R7 3800X/R9 3900X with 2080 Super, 3800X with 5700 XT, and the code for the TA deal with the Ryzen 5 3500X / 1660 is actually still live even though it says expired, but no guarantees on when that will end, so be quick if you didn't grab it last time!

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      I must say the Ryzen 3500X and 1660 still seems to be the best bang for back even with some upgrades! Mine should be here in a week or two! Looking forward to it!

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      Hey Luke. Is it possible to get the 144 hz monitor deal with the 1660 system?
      I mainly play cs and dota. I wanted to play cyberpunk on pc but it'll be out of budget for me if I go for a higher build. So I'll just stick to ps4 for that :D
      Thanks

      PS: I bought a R5 2600 1660Ti from you last year. Had to sell it :'( hopefully you could work out a deal for me.

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    THats a really good deal!

  • +1 vote

    What would be your delivery time on this for metro melb?

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    Luke - is there any option to upgrade some of the lower tier GPUs to something like the 5700 XT or even 2080 super?
    I've made about 30,000 upgrades already but generally just curious what sort of cost it would be go to go from a 1660 super to say, 5700 XT or even a 20 series card; whether it is even offered as well.

  • +1 vote

    Should i be expecting pricing to rise or fall over the next month or two? I've been continuing to hold out till late Feb, early March to upgrade for Cyberpunk.

    • +1 vote

      If you just want to get the game key as a bonus for buying an nvidia gpu, go ahead and wait, but it won’t be a bargain considering how cheap you can get a pc game key for.

      Nvidia and AMD haven’t revealed much info at CES on their GPU releases for this year either.

    • +1 vote

      I mean, there's always something to hold out for. At some point you're just going to have to take the plunge

    • +2 votes

      Our prices can't fall any further on this tech. You might see variations on a theme but piece per piece I don't see any drastic changes, unless hardware itself changes (as of this moment, memory [SSD and RAM] have both increased due to Chinese New Year)

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      The software is an amazing deal, but unfortunately it comes in one of the worst PC cases ever built.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQb6cUWhnI8

      If you do buy this, the $29 upgrade to the Deepcool Tesseract SW will be the best $29 you'll ever spend.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HsmCfdonYlw

  • +3 votes

    That is a shitload of computer for $1600

  • +1 vote

    Hey Luke. Do you know when you will be doing another one of the $500 Ryzen 3 budget gaming PC deals?

  • -1 vote

    How does this monitor compare to the Acer Predator XB271HU, 27" 165Hz (overclocked)? In terms of screen quality, pixel density, colour.

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    How much extra to add Windows 10 OS OEM?

  • +3 votes

    Imagine putting a 2080 super in one of the worst PC cases ever built. Also, the case is a re-branded and overpriced Armaggeddon Kagami K-1, so in the interest of the best price you should probably order the original.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQb6cUWhnI8

    This deal would be so much better if it came in a proper case like an MX330-G, which is around the same price point, looks better, has far superior quality components and isn't a god damn oven.

  • +2 votes

    My favourite thing about techfast is I don't have to build my friends PCs anymore. I just link them these deals.

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    Any recommended upgrades on this?
    Processor ?
    Case - most likely
    GPU - $39 upgrade for the MSI
    Memory ?
    SSD - most likely
    Anything else ?

    • +1 vote

      I'd upgrade the Power Supply to Gold. the RAM to 3200 and the Case.

      If you have extra $$, then upgrading the CPU is worth it too - though it depends what you're using it for.

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        For me this would be a gaming PC and some browsing.

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          Definitely keep the 3500x.

          Upgrading to the Tesseract SW is a must, ram to 3200 mhz/gpu/psu upgrades seem worth it.

          If you don't want to install your own storage after getting the case (which I would do), it really depends on how much you're intending to store. You could keep the 240GB add in a 1TB hardrive and move the games you're currently playing to the SSD and when you're done put them back on the harddrive. If not I'd upgrade to the 480GB SSD. You could also do both.

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    Can anyone recommend a case with an internal optical drive bay and USB-C on the front?
    I like the components of techfast deals, but I'm a big user of my blu-ray drive and I can't stand USB/external optical drives.
    The USB-C is not mandatory, but would be a nice option.

    • +1 vote

      You aren't going to get a USB-C port on a budget case, or none that I am aware of. Only some of the more premium options (like $200+) are starting to get them and they generally don't have optical drives.

      The Deepcool Tesseract case option comes with two optical drive bays (and is also by far the best case design out of the available choices) but you'd need to ask Techfast whether there's a drive installed or an option to have one installed.

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        Thanks for the reply. After doing a bit of research today, I'm finding it hard to find both options on cases still (optical drive bay and USB-C) but there are a few available. I'm thinking I'll just have to go with the external blu-ray burner and just choose a nice case with USB-C, of which I've found a few good options from about $120 and above. I don't mind paying up to around $300 for a case I'll keep for 10 years, as I have with my last NZXT case.

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    Any cash back offers for techfast 👀

  • +1 vote

    Do you have any deal without the monitor included?

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