R7-3700X / RTX 2070 Super Gaming PC [B350/16/240]: $1618 + Delivery @ TechFast

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3700X-2070S-B350-MAR

Similar to my recent Ryzen 5 / 2070 Super deal, now with Ryzen 7 3700X / B350. Again limited to 20 units.
Enjoy :)

Ryzen 7 3700X | RTX 2070 Super 8GB Gaming PC

  • Ryzen 7 3700X
  • RTX 2070 Super 8GB (almost certainly Galax Dual Fan)
  • Biostar B350 motherboard
  • 16GB 2666MHz RAM
  • 240GB 2.5" SSD
  • 750W power supply
  • Leaper Mid case

Thanks Luke for sharing the code.

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    Is this good enough to run the latest and greatest games at best performance ?

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      Short answer: absolutely.

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      Uhm, depends on your monitor setup. Should run games at max settings up to WQHD (2560x1440). For higher resolutions (4K, multi monitors, ultrawide etc) you'll probably need to turn down settings a bit on some games if you want decent framerates

    • +2 votes

      1440p resolution yes, 4k resolution no.

    • +8 votes

      And be sure to spend the extra $29 for 3200Mhz RAM.

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      My 5700xt runs Destiny 2 and Modern Warfare constantly above 120fps (generally close to the 130 - 144 fps mark) at 1440p. The 2070 "super" (I hate that name so much…) ranges from 5 - 10% faster.

      It's absolutely overkill for 1080p, go for a 5600xt or 2060 there. But for 1440p/144hz or 4k/60hz it'll do great for modern games.

      Just keep in mind it'll be flogged by the next gen GPUs at this price point and out performed by the upcoming consoles. Don't let that dissuade you from buying if you want it now and have the cash, but if you have a good PC currently might be best holding till the end of year.

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    Thanks folks. I already have DELL P-SERIES 23.8" (16:9) QHDIPS WLED, 2560x1440, 8MS (P2418D) monitor. I take that's going to be good enough ?

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      For a 60Hz monitor, it's fine.

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      You'll need a new monitor if you want to take advantage of that setup.

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        What's the most reasonable (price wise) recommendation then ?

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          Monitor or setup? With your monitor even a GTX1060 can run most games pretty well, probably not for much longer into the future though.

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            @ShinK0: I'd be after a monitor to as you said, take an advantage of this set up. Thanks

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              @jettim76: I would recommend a 1440p monitor that is 27"+, IPS, 120hz+, 5ms or less and G-Sync or G-Sync enabled. I currently use an Alienware aw3418dw.

              For good value, I'd recommend looking at AOC Agon's lineup. In terms of price, you can grab something on sale at around $600-$700.

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      Enough? More then enough. My 3700x/5700xt runs a 1440p/144hz monitor pretty much constantly at 130+ fps on COD MW and Destiny 2.

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    Hi Luke, is there any chance you can do a case upgrade to the Thermaltake Versa on this deal? I don't think I can justify going for the similar 2080s deal - this 2070s machine looks perfect for playing Half Life Alyx, which is all I really want it for.

    I'll go for the ram & NVME ssd upgrade as well - would that be an AData?

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    I'm new to amd . Can someone pls tell me which Intel cpu the R7-3700X is equal too?

  • +2 votes

    is there any chance of having better case options? :)

  • +2 votes

    Thanks BA and Luke. Just ordered.

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    How can you not replying emails and still pushing the sales? Where is the service?

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      Perhaps they are busy?! If you want better service consider buying in-store or name brand, at a higher price… your choice

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        I understand they may be busy during this pandemic period, because different people reply me each time, the email was sent to the junk email. Things should have been done much earlier. I received my PC but with a damaged motherboard due to the poor shipping so need to send it back. If a better choice of shipping, this is avoidable. When you look up the shipping company, the review is very bad.

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          i suggest you pm luke. and take some pictures and send it to thier email. my pc came with a damage case and gpu was hanging sideway and only 1 screw. but within a few days i got a email with return postage and sent it out last saturday, they received it the following wednesday 4 days later and today i got a tracking number for the replacement and figured id upgrade the gpu from the 1070 FE to a galax 2070 super. tracking number says will be here between monday and wednesday. last time was shipped with toll and this time with aus post. so fingers crossed. all in all very fast response and service from luke and the rest of the techfast team. they were very friendly and didnt once try to pass the blame they did the right thing and made sure i was satisfied and happy. service like that is what will keep my business with techfast

          and i wanted to add before it was shipped the first time i wanted to change the motherboard and they were more then happy to swap it out.

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      Message Luke on here.

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    Why so small hdd? How much for a 1TB SSD?

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    Hey guys, got a silly question. I am thinking to change the case in future but I don't know the difference between the naming of ATX , mini ATX, Macro ATX etc etc. Also what size mother board of this build?

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      if im thinking this correctly the sizing goes

      ATX
      mini ATX
      micro ATX

      and when looking at motherboard they all specify if they are atx, mini atx, and micro atx, so a atx motherboard will not fit in a mini or micro atx case. but i believe a mini and micro motherboard will fit in a atx case. im not a pro by any means and my answer may have revealed that. so hopefully a few more chime in to give a better and more educated answer.

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      macro and ATX is full size and supports all board sizes, the macro is not common, standard ATX is the most common, upgrade boards used by techfast are often ATX boards
      micro ATX, the next size down are also very common, the biostar board used here is a micro-ATX
      mini-ITX are smaller still and are not very common, used mainly by ppl looking to minimise physical footprint, typically not used by any prebuilders or builders alike within the gaming industry, used by office/corps mostly

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        Thanks Smokey. I've upgraded to AMD B450M Motherboard, does that means I need to find ATX or bigger case if I want to replace the case?
        What is M-ATX case? Is it ATX or macro ATX?

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          never heard of macro atx. in size (largest to smallerst): EATX (extended atx), ATX, mATX, (micro-atx), mini-itx. atx cases fit both ATX and mATX. mATX cases only fit mATX.

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          M-ATX is the micro-atx, very rare that you will ever see macro or extended ATX as it is called, so discount it
          the upgrade is good, it also will be M-ATX, though still nothing really wrong with the B350 for this system

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    Hi, I am currently looking for a desktop PC. Would this system play Witcher 3 maxed out?

    I would like this system to have 32gb ram 3200mhz and an extra 1TB or 2 TB hard disk. A Thermaltake Versa case sounds good too.

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      Pretty much with 16GB RAM. At 1440p. I wouldn't buy additional RAM or SSD's now (due to trading conditions). Thermaltake Versa is a good budget mATX case.

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        Thanks for the tip.

        Yeah I guess 32gb ram is pretty much overkill.

        And I was talking about the normal HDD 1TB or 2TB, not SSD. I'm still a bit old school in that department, don't trust SSD that much haha. I would prefer to have the operating system and games on an SSD, but other stuff on the HDD.

        Any suggestion for a good yet cheap 1440p monitor? If you have any other suggestions, please do give. Thanks.

  • +3 votes

    It's been over two weeks since my mate ordered his system off your last deal. Since then no updates, no replies to his email, nothing. What's the ETA on these systems actually being shipped?

    I understand it's a challenging time, but the lack of tracking or communication is really disappointing. Can't even ring you guys because your call centre is closed, so how about you guys be a bit more proactive with your customers who've already ordered from you weeks ago and handed you over their money?

    We were going to build a system together but he decided to trust you guys instead, and he's been waiting for over two weeks now without any clue what is happening to his order. Pull your socks up.

    • +2 votes

      Build time is quoted at 10 to 14 working days, so 2 to 3 weeks, so hopefully your freind heres from them soon.

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        That's a lot of time excluding postage o-O…

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          i'm guessing they are busy with all the people wanting systems? I'm waiting on one too, but they have been upfront with their capacity currently

          • +2 votes

            @Trantor: 14 full working days have passed since my order was placed. Luke assured that it would be shipped out within that timeframe and there were no shortages for the parts in my order, but I have yet to receive a dispatch notice as of today.

            Closure of their call center has exacerbated the anxiety, especially since email/messages are not being replied to.

            That said, I understand we're in challenging times and they can't give the swift friendly response as usual.

            But for our orders which have been made weeks ago, at least issue a courtesy update to give us an estimated date on delivery, even if it's bad news about being delayed. No doubt a lot of us would be disappointed, but it would greatly alleviate the uncertainty.

        • +1 vote

          Perhaps I was a bit harsh, perhaps I wasn't. My mate tried to contact them via Facebook, their Techfast online form, and email and received no reply.

          I was miffed that my mate has been waiting for over 2 weeks now without so much as a courtesy update from Techfast, who in that time posted up another offer on Ozbargain without fulfilling their previous orders, or at least provide some sort of update.

          I guess we can take some solace in knowing that he's not the only chap in this predicament.

          • +3 votes

            @LordPanda: I just got a dispatch notice stating mine was shipped.

            Btw 2 weeks isn't 14 working days, that's more around 21 days.

            I'm pretty sure they'll message you if it ever goes beyond that like it did for me. Been like that for me since the first order.

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              @yanhaot: Cheers, my mate is reading this thread and am I sure he appreciates you sharing your experiences with your order.

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                @LordPanda: I'm still waiting on it. The motherboard box arrived with the driver software, but the PC is still stuck in SA.

                This is attributed to Auspost though, don't know what's taking them so long. Lodged two tickets with them, not a single reply after two business days.

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      I am also waiting on the previous Ryzen 9 deal. It's been +2 weeks. They are waiting on the PC cases to come in. Looks like they don't have stock to work on.

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    I would love to get someone’s opinion on techfast directly? Even if they private message me so as not to create issues in here. Have read plenty about refurbished/second hand parts, lots of reviews on damaged in transit or before hand, rigs being put together poorly with visual evidence, no name parts that create problems (especially psu) etc. their prices seem awfully low, so these points wouldn’t surprise me at all.

    Thanks in advance.

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    the allied 550w PSU is an abomination, the allied 750w PSU is seviceable enough, much like a big-brand "litepower"
    true piece of mind comes with the 80+ gold upgrade
    most parts they use are not big-brand nor top line, but serviceable enough
    another recced upgrade would be the case, the leaper one's are ok-ish, but ugh, get a better one if you can

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    Thoughts on this for video editing/Photoshop?

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    Any comments on how this rig compares to http://www.pccasegear.com/products/49634/pccg-storm-2070-gam... after adding options to bring them as close as possible? The CPU and GPU on this look good, but after considering various upgrades to motherboard, RAM, PSU and storage I am wondering if I am better off just going with PCCG (and not having to worry about delivery issues some people appear to be having).

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    Hi brains trust,

    Any thought on how this compares to the G5 Dell Desktop? Currently $1835.20 after coupon discount (Dell eBay sale).
    After trying to align the specs (bigger SSD, 1TB storage, Windows 10, wifi, keyboard + mouse) this TechFast deal came to $1999.00.

    I have never thought to buy computers out of the box from the major companies but if it stacks up then… shrugs

    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/New-Dell-G5-Gaming-Desktop-9th-I...

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      dont forget the G5 has the 256GB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD, wereas with techfast, you have to pay extra for the M.2 nvme

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      Any thought on how this compares to the G5 Dell Desktop? Currently $1835.20 after coupon discount (Dell eBay sale).

      That link has it at $2,294.00 after discount. Or has it changed since you posted?

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        Problem with the current Dell I have, its a previous gaming PC of theirs, is upgrading, they dodn't upgrade the motherboard past the gen cpu that comes with it, various proprietary items which make it hard to replace, yeah you can upgrade ram/HD/SSD but not the cpu without a new motherboard, and new power supply, as some of the plugs aren't standard I believe. Don't get me wrong, it is a great machine, but having to replace instead of just upgrading. Food for thought. Not sure the current range is the same though.

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