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2080 Super Gaming PCs: R5-3500X: $1788 / R5-3600: $1888 / R7-3700X: $2088 + Delivery @ TechFast

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Hi all,

This is our lowest possible pricing for Ryzen 5 and Ryzen 7 / RTX 2080 Super combos at current currency exchange and supplier pricing (current retail price for 2080 Super is $1199 at lowest). Limited to 15 of each product during these times.

All are offered with the following base spec:

  • RTX 2080 Super 8GB
  • Biostar B45M2 B350 motherboard
  • 16GB 2666MHz RAM
  • 240GB 2.5" SSD
  • 750W PSU
  • Thermaltake H18 Case

Pricing:

As per BA's post yesterday (R5-3500X / RX 580 / RX 5700 for $848 / $1148), please check our Builds & Shipping Times page for the current build time estimates - currently at approximately 14 business days/3 weeks.

Customer service wise, I can't promise to reply to direct messages here, so please continue to direct all enquiries to [email protected] and the team and I will respond as soon as we can. All support is currently through email due to social distancing/closure of phone lines, so please continue to bear with us.

Luke

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  • Waiting for a 2070super deal

    • +8 votes

      This week.

      • Would I be able to request that the parts be shipped individually instead of prebuilt? I'd really like to build it myself. If so, how much time would that cut from the shipping process?

        • +14 votes

          Yep. To request your system unassembled, just enter SHIP UNASSEMBLED in the Notes field on the Cart page before Checkout. Please note that our 1 year assembled system warranty will not apply to the system you have assembled, as we did not assemble it, but component manufacturer warranties will apply and we will assist with these if required. Regarding packaging, we will ship components as we receive them; some have retail packaging, some come to us as OEM/bulk packaging, so we will securely package those for transport. As your system is unassembled, you may save 1-2 days as it will skip the build and testing phase, but to be fair to all orders in our system we pick all systems according to the date they were placed on, so it will not skip older orders.

          • @luketechfast: Just curious, when you guys build the systems - how often do you come as cross DOA parts?
            Thanks in advance

            • @Jonski: Speaking from personal experience, I had RAM, MOBO, SSD and Graphics card fail/forgot to be shipped in the first week of owning the machine (which was meant to be prebuilt). From memory it took 3 months from order date to actually being able to use the PC.

              The only thing that didn't go wrong is the PSU (fingers crossed I haven't jinx'd it).
              - Shipped 16GB instead of ordered 32 GB ram (replaced)
              - Mobo never let me boot up for more than 10 minutes without blue screening and crashing (replaced DoA)
              - SSD was missing completely (replaced but SATA cable came back broken)
              - 2080 graphics card started with purple lines on my screen then freezing the whole system with ghost software on the screen (replaced DoA)

              After a lengthy process of back and forths (resolving one issue then another issue popping up) they were able to resolve everything.
              Haven't had any issues after all the working parts were installed. I might be an outlier but it's a warning that you probably wont be up and running for a while if any issues occur (my shipping took forever as well).

            • +8 votes

              @Jonski: It can happen in transit but it is not common. It has definitely improved since we swapped to AusPost instead of Startrack. We believe the manual handling of AusPost helps compared to conveyor belts/automated of ST. The unfortunate trade off is slower delivery at the moment but on balance it's worth it for us and customers.

              Bear in mind with customer comments - regarding shipping times, damage etc - while an individual's experience is 100% valid, we ship hundreds of systems a week and negative experiences are far more likely to be posted in comments than positive so the silent majority of no issues is very large.

              • @luketechfast: You do realise unless it goes as fragile / hand sort it will go over conveyor belts etc at aus post sorting centres as well?

              • @luketechfast: Sorry Luke, I should of been clearer.
                As a business that buys/imports parts and then builds them yourself - do you find many parts DOA (the parts you get from your suppliers).

                I've been watching alot of JayTwoCents on youtube and I'm surprised how many parts he receives that are doa.

              • @luketechfast: I agree. I have been looking for a place to leave a positive review for these guys. I had ordered a 3500x/2080 Super system from their previous deal. The dispatch was delayed couple of days after the 14 working days timeframe, but they kept me informed, and reverted within 10 hours to all my emails. Now to the actual system. The delay was because their supplier was late on the delivery of B350 motherboards, and they upgraded my build to B450 free of cost. Also I had upgraded the power supply and RAM. The system came perfectly assembled. Before switching on I opened it to check all the connections. I have been using the system for 2 weeks now, and it's amazing. There are no out of the box issues. The cooling is perfect, the GPU is awesome. Have been enjoying graphic intensive games like RDR2 and Jedi FO. Just want to thank Techfast for their awesome service. Seriously guys there is no better value proposition in the market for pre built desktops.

            • @Jonski: MOBO was DOA for me (likely transit issue), psu died within a week.
              to be fair, techfast were awesome though in getting things moving

  • Techfast is back!!

    Still happy with my last pc bought from them on March, luckily I got it before the lockdown :)

  • Waiting for another RX580 deal! Too poor for a 2080

  • Waiting for 3080, hopefully by the end of this year.

  • man im confused, how do they make those builds so cheap when the gpu alone is like 1.3-1.5k?

    • a touch of Techfast mojo and wholesale prices

    • Wholesale parts, and lower tier.

      Power supply is crap (unless upgraded)
      Lower tier parts (biostar motherboard)

      Tiny profit margins on parts, large profit margins on upgrades.

      If you upgrade all the parts, you end up with a pretty normal price. The put good important parts (CPU, GPU) and everything else is extremely cheap.

      Notice they use the 3500x a lot which is very cheap for decent performance.

      • Yeah but the 3500X does not pair well with the RX 5700 or better. I have that combo and it often spikes CPU to 100%. My build had branded parts though: Thermaltake Litepower Gen2 750W (apparently not a bomb), Biostar B350 (B45M2) board (graphical BIOS with every overclocking setting) and Thermaltake Versa H18 case. My RAM was only 2666Mhz and to add insult to injury is Samsung C-die but I managed to get it to 3333Mhz at 16-19-19-35-56

    • Chinese market OEM parts.

      Ryzen 3500 for example is sold only in China.

      I’m pretty sure the motherboard is also only sold in China.

      Ram, storage, case and power supply are low tier, no brand, cheap parts unless you upgrade.

      Build time is very long according to comments in previous Techfast deals.

      • so true everything comes at a price - I was super close to getting a pre-built but ended up going custom build hand picked parts and luckily did it Nov last year.

      • Not necessarily. I have a Thermaltake Litepower Gen2 in mine, which is not a bomb but is low tier. Biostar B350 board is surprisingly not horrible and has a graphical BIOS with all the overclocking settings. Case is solid Thermaltake Versa H18 and my memory was 2666Mhz CAS 19 but OCd to 3333Mhz CAS 16. SSD was a Lexar NS100 (DRAMless but does the job) and the HDD was a Toshiba P300. It really is a lottery. Their build times are long but it's worth it for the value.

  • Solid work Luke! Computer is working a charm

  • This R5 3600/2080 Super for $1,888 or i7 9700/2070 Super for $1,903 https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/534401

    • The more powerful faster computer is cheaper. I'd go for the cheaper one all day every day. The Dells have terrible mobos for upgrading. Every single part of this computer is easy to upgrade down the road.

      The Ryzen 3600 is a downright beast of a CPU that pairs so well with the 2080 Super.

      • Could you give some more detail on this comment. I was about to bite the bullet on the more expensive one?

  • +2 votes

    Be prepared to wait. Still waiting for mine. Initial payment was made mid March. Then was told issue with some part. Paid for the upgrade and now not sure where the pc is. The Australian Post app indicates it is stuck at the local distributor fir more than a week now. Not sure how accurate that is. Techfast said it has been sent but can’t contact Aust Post as no one is answering.

    • Still waiting for mine.

      You need to wait a bit longer.

      Toll Group suffers second ransomware attack this year. It took about 6 weeks for Toll Group to recover from the Mailto attack. Not sure how long this will take for Toll Group to recover from the second one.

    • AusPost has definitely dropped the ball.

      We had to refund THREE orders in the last month because AusPost "lost" the parcels. Even if you pay for the insurance, it's such a PITA trying to get in touch with anyone to get the reimbursement, and it takes them weeks to respond to investigative cases.

      Meanwhile you have to set time aside to reassure irate customers.

  • Any deals on the AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ 1920X Processor

  • Have the parts prices increased since the Techfast 2080 deal?

    re: https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/522762

    $2088 3700X | RTX 2080 Super 8GB | Biostar B45M2 B350 motherboard | 16GB 2666MHz RAM | 240GB 2.5" SSD | 750W PSU | Thermaltake H18 Case

    vs.

    $1888 3700X | RTX 2080 Super | B450 motherboard | 16GB 3200MHz RAM | 240GB NVME SSD | 1TB HDD | Gigabyte G750H 750W 80+ Gold Power Supply

  • Still waiting for gta6

  • Is there a code for 3700x option.
    Id like 2080 super but with better cpu like 3800x or 3900x..
    Cheers..

    • 3800x is a waste.

      • Why is that in your opinion?

        • Because it's a lot more expensive for what amounts to a real world performance difference not perceptible to humans.

          Also, unless you specifically need 12 cores for workload purposes, the 3900x will also most likely be a waste too.

          • @iseeyou1312: Ah yeah true it is only really for power users or those who can use those 12 cores for workload purposes you are right.

            What cpu do you recommend to pair with a RTX 2080 Super for gaming at 4k?

            • @AlienC: Technically the 3600 is all your currently need, although I would probably look at a 3700x in terms of future proofing.

              I would also seriously advise against upgrading now for two reasons:

              1) Ryzen 4000 and Nvidia 3000 series being released later this year.

              2) Prices are ridiculously high. You'll be paying absolute premium prices for what'll be clearance stock in a few months.

  • +2 votes

    Cheapest similar 3600 system I could build on PCPP with Techfast mobo upgraded to B450, RAM to 3200mhz and PSU to gold rated version -

    https://au.pcpartpicker.com/list/TsF6dm

    $2,115 + delivery vs $2,175 at Techfast.

    Comes out very similar after taking into account delivery and I guess you get warranty from Techfast so still a good option for those that are willing to wait.

    • just off the bat when you buy and build shop around - the Ryzen 5 was $275ish last week so with clever shopping you can save $150 approx on that total.But it gives you a baseline to work off. I did a similar build
      Ryzen 3600
      MSI B450 Gaming Pro Carbon AC
      LPX 3200MHZ 16GB
      Corsair 550W RMX
      Gigabyte 1660 Super
      just over $1000

    • +7 votes

      The phone lines are closed due to social distancing measures that are in place nationwide. Our call centre is a small room so it is the responsible thing to do for our employees. Staff are working remotely on email support. If or your mate need order assistance we would be happy to provide it - please email [email protected]

  • Any 2060 super deals with amd3600, b450 mb?

    Cheers

  • Lots of people stating they are still waiting for delivery…

    can anyone confirm if these guys ship at all?

  • Do you guys sell graphics cards by themselves?

  • Do you sell systems without the cards in case we have our own one we want to put in?

    • Unfortunately we cannot provide systems without GPUs, if it is listed as a required component in the system as configured on the website. Our business model focuses on complete system builds. Nearly all processors do not having integrated graphics, meaning they require a dedicated graphics card to output a display and we cannot therefore stress test a system without the final GPU that is intended for the system. Also, our assembled system return to base warranty does not currently allow end-user installations of components, and any modifications may have implications on the system's warranty.

  • Still waiting my order. So if it is not ready yet, possible upgrade? But don’t extend the delivery

  • I got this ready to go.
    What do you guys think??

    Case: Deepcool Matrexx 50 ADD-RGB 3F ATX Case
    Motherboard: X570 Motherboard With WiFi (Requires ATX Case) [Brand May Vary; Approximate Equivalent Asus Tuf WiFi]
    Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER 8GB Graphics Card
    Memory: 32GB DDR4 [3200MHz] (2 x 16GB) [Requires B350 MB Or Above]
    Solid State Drive: 1TB 2.5" SSD
    Additional SSD Storage: No Additional SSD
    Hard Disk Drive: No Hard Disk Drive
    Power Supply: 750W 80+ Gold Power Supply
    Operating System Activation: No Operating System Activation
    Networking: On-Board Network Port
    Keyboard & Mouse: No Keyboard & Mouse
    Processor Cooling: Stock Cooler
    Warranty: 1 Year Return To Base Warranty
    3700X-2080S-MAY (-$211.00)
    1 $2,299.00
    ubtotal $2,546.00
    Shipping $48.82
    Total
    Including $231.45 in taxes
    AUD $2,594.82

  • oof such a bad time to want to build a new system. Last deal was R7 3700X 2080S for $1888

  • Which models are on offer for the 2080 supers?

  • Wow .. what a huge jump…

  • Any recommendations for a PC to run Half Life Alyx on Quest via Link?

  • A lil summary of my PC adventures
    32gb 3200 team force nighthawk sealed $220 Facebook market place
    GTX 2070 super 2 months old $750 gumtree
    G3 supernova 550w new $120 Facebook market place
    Liancool 2 new $149 ple or cpl can't remember
    R5-3600 new $289 eBay deal
    Tomahawk max b450 new $209 centrecom
    Wraith prism cooler used $27 Facebook marketplace
    Total $1,764

    • All quality parts. Very good hunting.

      You could even sell the spare Wraith Stealth cooler you got with the CPU or keep it as a backup.

  • 2070s or wait for ampere?

    • Wait. You could maybe justify a 2070s purchase if there were sales to clear stock, but not for their current prices.