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Ryzen 9-3900X Gaming/Productivity PCs: from $1499 + Delivery @ TechFast


Hi all

Ryzen 9 3900X systems are back on the menu, with a range of GPU options starting with "display/workstation focused/entry level gaming only" through to 2080 Ti. Nice high spec through the build and great quality case and PSU.

Ryzen 9 3900X Workstation/Gaming PC

  • Ryzen 9 3900X
  • GPU from RX 550 4GB (intended for those seeking R9 processor power only, productivity/gaming options include GTX 1660, RX 5600 XT, RTX 2070 Super, RTX 2080 Super and RTX 2080 Ti)
  • X570 motherboard (MSI X570-A Pro guaranteed for first 20 orders and board with WiFi upgrade available (brand may vary here)
  • 16GB 2666MHZ RAM
  • 240GB 2.5" SSD
  • 750W 80+ Gold PSU (Gigabyte G750H guaranteed for first 20)
  • Deepcool Matrexx 50 ADD-RGB 3F or Matrexx 55 ADD-RGB 4F Case

Price: $1499 + delivery

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  • +19 votes

    Graphics card upgrade prices:

    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 6GB Graphics Card $360.00
    AMD Radeon RX 5600 XT 6GB Graphics Card $449.00
    NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 Super 8GB Graphics Card $879.00
    NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Super 8GB Graphics Card $1,149.00
    NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti 11GB Graphics Card $2,059.00

  • On a quick glance, this is very good deal for 3900X + X570.

    I'm not sure how you guys make money on this, other than upsell on better graphics card and memory?

    • Would it be worth buying this just for the CPU + motherboard, do you think? And then sell most of the other parts and replace them with ones I actually want? I'm looking to build a workstation PC with this CPU (https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/536729) but I've got my heart set on a different case and I think I need a better GPU too (and as one of the other comments points out, the upgrades are expensive here).

      • You could get some savings that way, depending on how good price you can get from selling some parts.

        I've checked your thread, and for your requirements (CAD, 4K video, dev, VR), Ryzen 3900X is fantastic choice for CPU - much more bang for the money from AMD than Intel. And will work wonders combined with X570 motherboard and good RAM.

        But IMHO if you would need to change too many parts (and you definitely need better graphics, 32GB RAM, different case, larger SSD), then the hassle of changing parts and selling them is not worth it. And it might be much more enjoyable to build your new machine from the scratch, from components you want. So if I was you, I would ignore this deal, and build from scratch (if you're not into assembling the hardware, get all parts, and ask local PC shop to build it).

        So this is really good deal for those happy with the base configuration (except crappy graphics, but that's easy to change and can be done later, no worth the upsell here), and in first 20 to get better MB and PSU. For those wanting to change more than a few components, probably better to pass.

      • It's a $720 cpu + $280 mobo + $140 psu = $1,140.

        So no, cheaper to buy retail.

  • How the hell am i mean't to know if i'm in those first 20 orders? Quite stupid… besides from making ppl rush to buy and yet i still might not be in the first 20's

    • This is a legit question. I am seriously considering but how am I supposed to know if I am within 20.

      For all I know by the time this deal was posted, already 20 ppl might have got it.

    • If it's any comfort, the msi x570's are crap anyway.

  • I bought a Gigabyta X570 ultra a few months ago but not yet the rest of the components.
    Maybe I should just buy this rig as the price is so tempting

  • Hey Luke, I don't suppose you could take a look at my recent post here https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/536729 and let me know if this would be suitable?

  • +11 votes

    There are trash X570 MOBOs, especially at entry level. Be aware.

    • Also you wanna avoid using stock fan with 3900x. There will be too much heat and noise. I tried it and gave up.

    • The board offered here is one of, if not the hottest running boards for VRM thermals. Alongside the MSI x570 Gaming Edge.

      The MSI X570-A Pro actually can throttle a 3900x - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xbyWKufthS4

      Upvoted the deal before checking the board.

      • +5 votes

        Wow. With that VRM performance you'd be hoping that you weren't one of the first 20 buyers of this deal.

      • Which x570 would you chose then??

      • misleading video considering the fact that a lot of people do not overclock and certainly there will be barely anyone running a 3900x on a testbench with no direct airflow.

        this is one video i disagree on with hub

        there's a reason why cheap motherboards exists, it's for builds like these. Not for the VRM.

        • The first test in the link was completed at autoOC, easily used. You saying no one will buy a productivity PC, and use it for 1 hour on productivity tasks?

          Whilst it is true airflow will help and the case techfast have offered is better than their usual junk, the take away message is comparative thermals to other boards.

          • @arkie0: And you completely missed the point.

            My point still stands.

            It is rare to run into someone running a 3900X without any airflow through the VRMs.

      • I had my eye on the MSI X570 Gaming edge.. should I stay away?

  • When are ryzen 3 3300x systems coming?

  • Not a bad price.

    $1547 + multiple delivery fees @ https://au.pcpartpicker.com/list/JZ3ff9

    • Better to go with a B450 board like the Mortar or Tomahawk.

      Better motherboard (the base X570 are trash as others said), better GPU - RX570, Better RAM - 3200 DDR4



      • The only thing that would make me think twice about a B450 is the recent news that AMD won't be providing support for Zen 3 on that chipset.

  • You think we can get the 3700x variant of this at 1000? Kinda looking for a system that isn't overkill

  • Not a bad system.

    AMD 3900X = $779.00 ($779 cumulative)
    MSI X570-A-PRO = $280.00 ($1059 cumulative)
    Gigabyte G750H 750W = $139.00 ($1198 cumulative)
    Deepcool Matrexx 50 ADD-RGB 3F = $105.00 ($1303 cumulative)
    Radeon RX 550 = $150 ($1453 cumulative)

    The SSD, ram and building it is for free.

    Overall - a bargain if those are the specs you want.

    • It only if want those exact parts. IMO, That entry level X570 could be replace with high end B450 and in most use case you won't see a difference in performance and save some money. Unless you really want GEN4. Also case has shitty airflow.

      • I'm reading a lot here of poor airflow and overheating psu, surely these guys have an idea of what is required, don't they say they bench test them? why can't they pick that up

        • They know, but it's a business their purpose is to make $. It's the customers responsibility to do the research.

          There's heaps of comments about low quality parts to bring the price down.

      • Which case would you recommend?

  • Would these modern parts (say the build in the title) fit in a Fractal Design Define R3, and say a 600W PSU?
    Considering a bit of an upgrade but probably need everything almost.

    • I would expect so, as both appear to be mATX. You would need TF to confirm you would receive matx of mobo and case in this deal.

      • Thanks, I checked the specs of my case: M/B compatibility: Mini ITX, Micro ATX and ATX
        Wouldn't mind reusing as much as possible, my build was 2011 so getting on a bit but perfect for working from home with RDT.
        Just can't run any modern games @ 1080p. Probably an expensive exercise none the less.

        • I'd recommend waiting until post-Covid if you can - prices should drop back down and there will be new gen Ryzen's later this year.

          • @aligind4h0us3: Yes that's probably good advice, nothing is very cheap. Was looking for a few tax deductions. A new laptop may be better but bit to outlay.

  • Any option for 3600mhz RAM?

  • There is a lack of information on their website.
    I would like to know what video interfaces are on the graphics card they supply.
    I am currently running dual monitors via Displayport and want to keep it that way.

  • How many have sold? I'm only really after this if it has a decent power supply and board in it. So offering first 20 is fine but it would be good to know the count?

    • Less than 10 so far. They don't sell huge numbers individually. More of the PSUs and motherboards are in bound in any case.

  • I'd also like to know how many have been sold so far as would probably bite if the upgraded motherboard was included…

    • Less than 10 so far. They don't sell huge numbers individually. More of the PSUs and motherboards are in bound in any case.

  • @luketechfast
    I just ordered a 3600/2080 2 days ago to these specs, is it possible to organise upgrading to this deal?
    order 8011

  • How many FPS will this average on new games like war zone? On low/ medium graphics?