i7-9700KF Gaming PCs [Z390/16G/480G/120mm]: $1630 [2070 Super] / $1999 [2080 Super] + $39 Delivery @ Techfast

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Techfast is bringing back the popular January deal for 9700KF/2080 Super combo, plus introducing 9700KF / 2070 Super. 3 cases on offer - Leaper Open Air, Deepcool Tesseract and Deepcool D-Shield v2, all at the same price.

Enjoy :)

$1630 i7 9700KF + RTX 2070 Super Gaming PC Code : 9700KF-2070S-FEB

  • Core i7 9700KF
  • RTX 2070 Super 8GB (normally Galax)
  • Z390 motherboard (normally MSI MAG Mortar or equivalent, Asus Tuf Wi-Fi upgrade available +$39)
  • 16G 2666MHz
  • 480GB 2.5" SSD
  • Allied 750W PSU
  • Leaper Open Air, Deepcool D-Shield vs, Deepcool Tesseract (Tesseract not compatible with 240mm upgrade)

$1999 i7 9700KF + RTX 2080 Super Gaming PC Code : 9700KF-2080S-FEB

  • Core i7 9700KF
  • RTX 2080 Super 8GB (normally Galax)
  • Z390 motherboard (normally MSI MAG Mortar or equivalent, Asus Tuf Wi-Fi upgrade available +$39)
  • 16G 2666MHz
  • 480GB 2.5" SSD
  • Allied 750W PSU
  • Leaper Open Air, Deepcool D-Shield vs, Deepcool Tesseract (Tesseract not compatible with 240mm upgrade)

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    lmao what even is that case.

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      an amazingly well vented case… you cant complain about airflow! lol

      • +4 votes

        Because an open case has no airflow! These are not ideal for air cooling, you want water cooling, and also to clean dust / hair out every couple of months. Not worth it to me, but I'm not looking for a super 1337 setup to flaunt on Reddit

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          sorry .. my sarcasm was not very obvious lol

        • +2 votes

          Because an open case has no airflow!

          So what?

          These are not ideal for air cooling,

          They are better than an enclosed case for air cooling. Case creates turbulence which creates drag on the fans lowering speed.

          Cases retain some of the heat leading to lower performance if you are throttled by thermal.

          Typically open cases are quieter for the same performance levels.

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            @Diji1:

            They are better than an enclosed case for air cooling. Case creates turbulence which creates drag on the fans lowering speed.

            This is false.
            Turbulence immediately in front of the fan means air is not passing through the fan blades, therefore it does not lower it's speed.
            The fans aren't being pulled/pushed through the turbulent air. It's sucking it in an enclosed system.

        • +1 vote

          this comes stock with liquid cooling, with a choice of cases at no extra charge, am I missing the arguement somewhere?

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    I'm curious to find out more about this case. Anyone able to figure out what this means?

    This open air case supports ATX boards. It features a suite of RGB fans and a tempered glass panel. See product image gallery for full specifications.

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    Boy I would love to get my hands on one of those cases. Only product that even kinda compares with it is the Cougar Conquer… Which is $300.

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    Wow freaky case. I kinda like it

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    This or the amd one?

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      For budget, AMD.
      Their GPU's are good bang for buck too, but ive read too many issues with drivers, heat, etc on the XT's. I went with the 2070S and a few other bits.

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    I had got this case on i7 8700 build from techfast and I was really hating it. but once delivered I really liked the look of the case. just upgraded the cooler to a aio and it was good to go. my friends were really impressed with the look of the case. it's not that bad.

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    ummmm discount code is invalid?

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    Hows everyone elses experience with techfast? I bought one off techfast a few months back. Some parts such as the PSU, motherboard and graphics cards were of unknown makes. The case wasn't that great either, with the power button often getting stuck. It also takes quite a long time to load some games (PUBG, CSGO, LOL) compared to my other PC with the same spcs. It is much cheaper than other PCs with "similar specs" though.

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      I'll let you know when I get mine in! How long did it take for your order to arrive? I ordered this same bundle back in january with the Deepcool Matrexx 50 case (upgraded to the asus motherboard, gonna see how I feel about the PSU when it arrives), first I was told they were waiting for the case to arrive, and then the cases didn't come with any RGB fans, so I've been waiting on that now… fingers crossed.

    • +1 vote

      case= extremely shocking build quality, same p/b problem, and no room for cable management, good airflow with 1660 (old leaper mid, that is no longer used by TF) added exhaust 80mm myself for good measure
      PSU= allied, unrated 750w, noisy, but seems to work ok
      M/B= biostar 350, bad rap, seems to work ok, same options as comparable 350chip big brand
      GPU= Inno3D twin frozr 1660, seems like an ok card, works fine, noisy if full-tilt, but that is rare, very cool running card
      delivery time= took about a month, which I did expect as I am a realist with some business knowledge. Techfast should look at giving themselves some more leeway I think
      system as a whole functions well so far , and I have been pleased
      this was a budget intel/1660 build, so all parts were like-minded, the more expensive systems sound like they receive a few better components, and the option to add better has improved over time from what I see
      TechFast seem to fill a hole in the market (large one it seems) for ppl that do not want to build themselves, nor require the "best of the best", gamers, not builders, who may also have no problem building themselves, but just don't have the inclination for whatever reason. So for them it is great to see a complete build, with basic parts assembled as they like, and upgrade themselves, with parts they may already have, or are happy to add later
      Great deals I think , that stay current with tech. How many other pre-builders out there can you see offering some better branded components, at far greater cost..with A320 m/b's in them..jeesh
      So, not for builders and benchmark jockeys, but gamers all over Oz are rejoicing no doubt, this one is anyway and will be shopping here again hopefully

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      Agree with everything Smokey said.

      The Biostar motherboards specifically look to be simply rebadged Gigabyte ones - they have several unique 'features' like the fancy Nichion audio capacitors and the copper sqiggle on the PCB identical to the Gigabyte models.

      My case is super cheap; as expected but that's exactly what I was wanting so no problems.

      Customer service was quite reasonable given my issues (wrong CPU in build + GPU had hardware fault). Despite the slow initial responses, they shipped the replacements fast and had no issues letting me diagnose & swap them myself. I would've been ticked off had I needed to return the entire lot instead!

      Overall I'm quite satisfied; enough so that I'll buy another system through them if the need arises.

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