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R5-3600 RTX 2080 Super Gaming PC [B450/16G/240G]: $1599 + $29 Shipping @ TechFast

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Big price drop promo on Ryzen 5 3600 processors means TechFast can now offer the R5-3600 / 2080 Super combo for $1599. Compared to previous R5 3500X deal for $1379

Good value increase for the extra $120, with a much better motherboard and upgraded CPU.

Enjoy :)

Spec:

Ryzen 5 3600
RTX 2080 Super (likely Galax 1 Click OC)
B450 Motherboard (likely MSI Pro VDH)
16G 2666MHz RAM
240GB 2.5" SSD
750W PSU
Leaper Pro Case (new upgrade to MSI MAG Forge R100 mesh-front case +$99 - includes shipping surcharge for higher weight of assembled system)

Thanks Luke for sharing this

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Comments

  • +1 vote

    Great price! But the ram speed is too low for a high performing ryzen based system

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    Is shipping $29 or $99?

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      Shipping is $29 with the crap case
      Or $39 with the heavier cases.

      • +1 vote

        The $99 is the case upgrade price, with the shipping surcharge built in. If the MSI case is ever bundled in, shipping would be $39.

  • +5 votes

    Thanks again BA! I hope this MSI case ticks a lot of the boxes for OzBargainers requesting case upgrades, particularly with the mesh front. Current dispatch ETAs are 10-14 business days. If anyone is looking for an update on an existing order, PM me - systems are flowing out well at present.

    If there is interest in a 3600 / RTX 2070 Super combo, let me know below.

    Reminder of current deals:
    R5-3500X with 1070 Founders Edition from $749
    R7-3700X with 1070 Founders Edition from $1149
    R7-3700X with 2070 or 2080 Supers from $1469
    i7-9700KF with 2070 or 2080 Supers from $1630

  • +2 votes

    It seems they peaked for value around august-september last year.

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/485952

    • +1 vote

      Sure, but that would be the weak dollar and Coronavirus messing with shipments.

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      Better Mobo, twice the ram

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      Hardly - the price would even out when you match up the mobo + ram

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        Neggers care to elaborate?
        The build in frondono's link is $100 cheaper with a b350 mobo and 8gb less ram. It's $79 to upgrade to the b450 in this current deal leaving you $21 for another 8gb of ram.

  • +4 votes

    Crazy to think that this combo was once $1499…even at $1599, given the GPU is worth about a grand new and the 3600 is $270 (on a good day, usually they're $300) you're paying $300 for a case, motherboard, RAM, PSU, SSD and assembly…such good prices.

  • +2 votes

    If you need a new pc, buy it now, I think the price will going up soon…

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      Genuinely asking, why do you think so sir?

      • +2 votes

        Majority of tech parts are made in China, and many factories are in lockdown due to the virus.

        So once current supplies run out more shipments could be more expensive or late

        • +1 vote

          Even before that they've forecast increases for certain components again.

          We actually were at a nice low in prices. They fluctuate all the time anyway.

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    Any chance of a deal like this, please?

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/516789

    Budget Gaming PC | Ryzen 5 3500X CPU | GTX 1660 GPU | A320 MB | 240GB SSD | 16GB RAM | USB WiFi | $686

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      This CPU/GPU combo is unlikely to happen again at this price point. Component prices are increasing against dollar and current import scenario, and the GPUs were on a massive clearance deal from Galax (pretty sure they lost money per card). We'll look at another Ryzen 5 pairing but it will likely be with 2600 (or 1600AF if we can get it - still working on it).

  • +3 votes

    I built this with a 2070 Super for around 1650 with the ebay deals. But I figured I also got better ram, case I wanted, Tomahawk B450 Max and a top quality PSU - So I think I'd rather get what I want first up than upgrade later.

    Still a good buy this though if you dont want to DIY

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      I would want to go a little all out on my next build. Shame they won't sell the CPU+GPU combo.

    • +1 vote

      But who do you send it to to fix if it breaks?

      (I DIY my own PCs but anyone willing to build you a PC and give you a warranty for it for the same price, or less, than it costs to do yourself deserves kudos IMO).

      • +1 vote

        you return the parts to the store you bought them from and/or do a warranty return yourself. Techfast aren't going to send you a replacement if their system fails.. you might get it back slightly faster, but most likely the SSD would be wiped with a fresh O/S on it if that was suspected to be part of the problem.

  • +4 votes

    Why is the main image the case that is not the default one?

    • +2 votes

      Do you have something against Techfast or have had an incident with them in the past? I've been watching their deals for a while and you seem to comment on every single one with something negative to say.

    • +2 votes

      Please show me your cheaper alternatives.

  • +1 vote

    If you have this system in-stock, why don't you cancel the order that I made 29/01 and send this instead?

    I was told that you have no idea when you get the graphic card from China. How much longer should I wait?

    I don't understand how you keep on posting new promotions.

    Are you just gathering orders and make them wait or the delay only applies to my order?

    • +4 votes

      havent you got a unit yet from 29/1?

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        Not yet.
        They did not even notify me until I called them.
        They also did not guarantee when they would receive the stock.
        This is a joke.

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      Techfast constantly lie about the turn around time. Last time they said it was like 8 business days. Probably best to cancel order as China is in lock down.

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        I agree.
        I am not sure what I have been waiting this long for without a single notification email for the delay.

        I understand the delay is due to the virus but that does not cover the reason why they never contacted me.

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      The shipping time for new orders is 10-14 business days as all are built to order. Please PM me your order details so I can look into it for you.

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        I have PMed

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        I love the Techfast deals and that you're active on here however I feel like 10-14 business days + shipping is pushing the friendship.

        Appreciate you need to keep a pipeline of orders, incoming funds and order parts and materials according to orders however I would suggest that 5-7 business days + shipping is a far more appropriate lead time and that you should be either reduce deals or hire more staff (or both) to get to that point.

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          Appreciate the feedback and will take it on board; conversely this is being up front about our current build times and giving ourselves some extra time because of a situation that's industry-wide. Customers still have the choice ultimately.

      • +1 vote

        so 3 weeks to get a computer and to be without the money?

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          Yes.
          I got a call from them saying they would ship today.
          Wonder how much longer it would take if I did not complain.

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      Happy to be transparent here - this system has been finalised and should be shipped today (business day 15), pending testing. I acknowledge communication could have been more proactive and will continue to work on this for our business.

      • +1 vote

        so you meaning its 15 business days just to build it and then the extra days ontop to test and send it?

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          In this case, there was a delay with the delivery of the RTX 2070 Supers. The system was fully preassembled prior to this.
          For new orders currently, our estimated time from order to shipping is 10-14 business days. It has been between 7-10 business days prior to this. It is currently longer due to supply chain issues related to coronavirus.

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    Looks like it's an extra $220, not $120.

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    Hi, just had a few questions.
    1. Is this an m-atx, or atx build?
    2. Is it possble to send original boxes for the parts?
    Thanks again.

    • +1 vote
      1. Base case/board is MATX. The X570 board upgrade available is ATX and would require an ATX case upgrade, which is either the Leaper Open Air or MAG Forge.
      2. We don't generally send component packaging with builds unless you order unassembled, in which case it would be sent in the same packaging that we receive it in. Sometimes that is retail packaging, sometimes it is bulk/OEM packaging.
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        Thanks for the swift reply! Just one more thing before I hit order, I currently have this RAM: F4-3200C16D-16GVKB. Ive been stung by using ram which wasnt on the QVL support list for a motherboard before. Would you be able to let me know which B450 is being used, and/or let me know if the ram I have will work. TIA

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    What brand / model NVME are used in the upgrades?

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    any chance at selling just the cpu and gpu?

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    Literally 1 day after I build my new pc! Bahh

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    Is the Mortar mobo upgrade the MAX variant?

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    Hey Luke,

    I made an order with you guys on the 7th for a 3500x/gtx1660 deal - I requested just the components as I am able to build my self and to get it quicker.
    Could you please provide me with an update regarding my order ?

    Cheers,

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    Hi Luke,
    When is this deal available until? We are looking to order this weekend.
    Thanks

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    I’d be keen on a bundle similar to this but with 1600af, 8gb, and rx580 or 1660super

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    Does anyone know whether TechFast can offer this deal but send in parts - I was hoping to build the pc myself. If yes, what are the implications on warranty of the parts?

    If the parts are sent separately, would the motherboard be updated to the latest BIOS such that it would be compatible with the processor without an update?

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