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Ryzen 5 3500X 2080 Super Gaming PC $1449 + $29 Delivery & More R5/R7/R9 : 3500X/3700X/3900X @ Techfast

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SUMMERFAST

TechFast released few systems under the SUMMERFAST code.
Enjoy :)

Upgrade specials across the board are
16G 3200MHz RAM = $29 and
750W 80+ Gold PSU = $69

$1088 Ryzen 5 3500X | RX 5700 XT Gaming PC

Ryzen 5 3500X

MSI Mech RX 5700 XT 8GB

Biostar B45M2 B350 motherboard

16G 2666MHz RAM

240GB 2.5" SSD

Allied 750W PSU

Leaper Pro RGB Case

$1288 Ryzen 7 3700X | RX 5700 XT Gaming PC

Ryzen 7 3700X

MSI Mech RX 5700 XT 8GB

Biostar B45M2 B350 motherboard

16G 2666MHz RAM

240GB 2.5" SSD

Allied 750W PSU

Leaper Pro RGB Case

$1449.20 Ryzen 5 3500X | RTX 2080 Super 8GB Gaming PC

Ryzen 5 3500X

Galax 1-click OC RTX 2080 Super 8GB (MSI Ventus $39)

Biostar B45M2 B350 motherboard

16G 2666MHz RAM

240GB 2.5" SSD

Allied 750W PSU

Leaper Pro RGB Case

$1759.20 Ryzen 7 3700X | RTX 2080 Super 8GB Gaming PC

Ryzen 7 3700X

Galax 1-click OC RTX 2080 Super 8GB (MSI Ventus $39)

Biostar B45M2 B350 motherboard

16G 2666MHz RAM

240GB 2.5" SSD

Allied 750W PSU

Leaper Pro RGB Case

$2388 Ryzen 9 3900X | RTX 2080 Super Gaming PC

Ryzen 9 3900X

Galax 1-click OC RTX 2080 Super 8GB (MSI Ventus $39)

X570 motherboard

16G 2666MHz RAM

480GB 2.5" SSD

750W 80+ Gold PSU

Deepcool Matrexx 50 RGB Case

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    Considering i just paid for $680 for a 5700xt upgrade these are really good deals.

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    I just received my R9/2080S combo yesterday and it's performing well so far.
    Mind you, I put an NVMe PCIe SSD and my own Corsair 2x16GB memory when I got it.

    Just had my first real session with it and noted that the 2080S was running pretty hot.

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      In the end, I just upgraded to the Asus TUF X570 Mobo and 240mm rad.

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      Can you tell us if you can Boot from the M2-MVME-SSD, with the Asus TUF X570, please.

      also do you know if the Biostar mobos used in other deals can Boot from an M2 SSD?

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        I definitely can boot with the NVMe drive. I just cloned the SSD they sent with the order to the NVMe.

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    I'm looking to get a new PC, currently been using a laptop with an external monitor/keyboard/mouse etc. (4710Q, GTX 970M). Somewhat budget constrained, would the Ryzen 5 3500X | RX 5700 XT combo be suitable for gaming at medium graphics (1080p)? Currently play WoW and PoE, have managed ok with the laptop but frames sometimes leave a lot to be desired. Not bothered about ultra gfx settings ever.

    If I did go that option, would it be worth upping the mobo, 3200mhz RAM and grabbing a different SSD? Seems to be a common option, though adds quite a bit to the price ($129 for the mobo alone). The 750W gold PSU is a nice inclusion.

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      It would be much more than sufficient for what you're after. I'd recommend their $689 Ryzen 3500X/GTX 1660 deal if all you want to do is 1080p medium gaming. Any of these would be overkill.

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        Ok thanks! Is that considering another few years of gaming demands? Also, thoughts on which bits to upgrade if any are worth it? I think at least getting to 16GB of RAM would be nice, just looking at my current usage. There is also a 3500X/2060 for $830 which is very affordable!

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          Yep if you want a smidge more performance that would also be a good combo.

          Put it this way, the progress of desktop PC technology has completely died in recent years. You could be on a Sandy Bridge platform with an RX 480 (a 4 year old GPU) and you'd still be fine to run even modern games at 1080p. The 3500X has six cores and can get up to 4ghz with Precision Boost so it'll be contemporary for a few years to come.

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            @xyron: I think the 3500x is a bit touch and go for the future.
            Your avg fps bar graph will show acceptable numbers, but 6 core / 6 threads already shows its limitations in some edge cases.
            The 3600 with 6/12 i feel is worth the extra spend if buying new.
            And with the newly released 5600 xt i think those 2 is worth getting if budget allows, and skip the 5700xt if 1080p gaming is the target.

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      If you don't have a huge rush, id wait a little longer. The 5600xt just got announced, and it's shaping up to be the king of 1080p gaming.

      The 5700xt + ryzen 3500x is more geared towards 1080p144hz or 1440p60hz than the 1080p60hz I'm assuming you're going for, if you really want a computer in the next 10 days and don't want to build yourself, I'd go with the 1660ti techfast build, bump up to 16gb ram, grab 500gb SSD+ 1-2tb HDD, and bump up to gold rated psu, should be around 1k all up for a reasonable rig

      That said, if you're not afraid of building yourself, head over to www.reddit.com/r/cabalofthebuildsmiths and fill out their request form

      You'll get a similar setup, but they'll be better quality parts all around, and will give you better performance. Techfast will give you essentially the store brand version of what they've listed, the cheapest price point that technically fulfills requirements

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        I've built a few computers before so I'm not fussed by doing it so long as it's financially a reasonable option! I will go check out that subreddit cheers, and thanks for the other advice as well! I can wait 10 days hah, though in the next few weeks would be good.

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    Will there be any deals on more budget PC's? Thinking of upgrading my parents to my old Pc but I don't really game, just want it to be fast and plentiful.

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    Can we please get this 3800x deal back for the second time
    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/511133

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      3800X was purchased at 3700X pricing which has ended, and the deliveries were painful. Probably won't happen again

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        Please consider a deal with same spec as the amd 3800x desktop from previous post for the same price but with amd 3700x in the near future…

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        Hey Luke, i ordered with 3800x deal maybe at the last moment on 17th Jan. Is it possible for you to give idea about delivery times. Your comment above makes me wary about delay in Shipping. :-(. Thanks Luke

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          They just took a while to come in, but are here now. Should be 7-10 business days.

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            @luketechfast: hey luke could you kindly check DMs also, how much is the estimated cost to newzealand i just have two buddies that want a PC so i figured if the shipping was decent id recommend you to them

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    The 3700x vs 3500x builds seems be an extra tacked on $100 ($300 between the two) compared to the 2070S builds which have a $250 diff but you get a larger SSD so you're just paying for the market difference of a 3600 which is at(can't find 3500X market prices, but 3500X and 3600 perform relatively the same for games, 3600 just has double the threads which isn't too significant in a game unless hyper-threading)

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      I think that's a little misleading. The 3500x performs like a 2600x but with lower 1% and is far worse in production workloads cause of the missing threads.

      Not to mention the new 1600AF is essentially a 2600 at US $85, i think that the 3500x lifespan will be quite limited.

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        Not sure how that disagrees against what I said, I'm just pointing out the difference between the upgrade options for the 2070S and 2080S builds. In no way I talked about the 2600 or anything regarding workload. With more threads you would assume the 3600 is at least more expensive or same price (which is why I used the price example).

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    what brand is the amd 5700XT?

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    how much is shipping to new zealand ? just need two builds for mates if possible and affordable shipping

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    any possible upgrade to msi mortar max for a extra $30 aud instead of the standard $130

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    that msi 5700xt has been getting bad reviews due to super loud fans and over heating, any chance of a upgrade to gigabyte?

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    or red devil

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