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5700XT 8GB w/ Ryzen 3600X 6-Core Gaming PC [B450/512GB/32GB] $1540 (Save $200) Delivered @ CGB Solutions

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5700XT 8GB w/ Ryzen 3600X 6-Core Processor Gaming PC | EXO XT White: From $1540

  • CPU: Ryzen 5 3600X 6-Core
  • CPU Cooler: AMD Stock Cooler
  • Motherboard: B450 AM4 Motherboard w/ AC Dual Band WiFi
  • Memory: 2x16GB Dual Channel 3200 C16 DDR4 w/ Heatsink
  • GPU: Triple Fan 8GB 5700XT 
  • Storage: 512GB SSD w/ TLC
  • PSU: 600W Gold 80+
  • Case: Armaggedon KAGAMI K-1 White
  • Warranty: 1 Year
  • Operating System: Windows 10 Unactivated*

Upgrades

  • Windows 10 Home (Key included)

  • 1TB HDD

  • Deepcool Gamaxx 400 CPU Cooler

  • Athena M1

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  • Honestly looks like pretty good value. What motherboards are expected to be used?

    Also would be nice to have a case upgrade option or just use a better case and add $50 to the price. Has pretty much no front airflow and the front panel is near impossible to remove.

    • +3 votes

      Hi Materix01,

      Due to covid19, there is extremely limited stock of cases and we're struggling to find large enough supply to meet demand,

      We will take this into consideration and I'll see if we can have the Athena M1 by Gamadias offered as well as this provides much more airflow and we have some on hand,

      As for the motherboard, the brand will most likely be Gigabyte

      OP

    • +20 votes

      Hi Materix,

      The case upgrade has been approved,

      We listen to user feedback,

      The Athena M1 Upgrade is now available for $55.

      A quick photoshop job on my half so please forgive me,

      Price blocks have been updated

      OP

  • What about the graphics card?

  • How would you compare your price with TechFast? From your replies above, sounds like both your business model is the same. Would competition drive the price lower? Time will tell

    • Techfast is still cheaper, but their prices seems to be going up. No great deals recently. However, techfast uses cheaper components and if you start upgrading them then they become more expensive than CGB.

    • I think this is cheaper once you upgrade the Techfast deals to 80+ Gold PSU and 32GB Ram.

      With that said, 3600X and 32GB Ram here isn't exactly a popular combo. Some may find it hard to justify this over 3600 and/or 16gb.

  • How long does it take for shipping?

  • Looks to be a good price with better components than the average Techfast builds.

    Better MoBos and PSUs are a huge plus. As these are the 2 components that are most likely to fail if using cheaper quality parts.

  • Aside from the QLC ssd this is well specd and reasonably priced.

  • +10 votes

    Have you been hired to assassinate Techfast?

  • Hi, looks like a decent deal, how long do you take to process and ship orders? Had some bad experiences with other PC builders on Ozbargain regarding wait times, hoping that this will be a bit better.
    Thanks :)

  • Hi CGB Solutions,
    Can we expect any further 5 Gum deals before EOFY?

    • +5 votes

      Hi Resin,

      We have a few cartons of watermelon left,

      If you want a special deal feel free to dm and i'll see what I can organise for you

      OP

  • To anyone buying this def get a cooler for the 3600, stock one is awful .I recommend the be quiet pure rock . Dropped my temps from 80 to 60

  • Is the motherboard M-ATX or full size ATX?

    • Hi Dazzsser,

      Due low stock due to covid19 supply shortages I can't guarantee,

      Most likely M-ATX though

      OP

  • Will it come with a triple-fan GPU as stated?

  • I mostly built my own pc and gathered all the components while on special on ozbargain website, learn how to from youtube

    • I build my own now as well but it's hard to argue to value. Good way to get into PC gaming without a barrier to learn. I couldn't source the parts used for cheaper right now let alone build and provide warranty at the asking price.

    • If any parts turn out to be defective, good luck finding where the problem is.

      • It pays to buy quality mb with debug leds and test the system outside the case before commiting to the build.

  • can you edit tax invoice to say workstation instead of gaming pc like techfast?

    • +8 votes

      Hi 2 Asian,

      If that's what your boss needs to see we'll update the product name,

      Always open to suggestions :)

      OP

      Edit: Fixed

  • Way better deal than Techfast. Double the RAM, double the SSD, better PSU etc.

  • Amazing value considering the market prices.

  • KAGAMI K-1 White - how many RGB fans does it come with?

    • +1 vote

      Hi Atom,

      Will come with 1 rear fan installed, 95% sure it's RGB,

      If you upgrade to the Athena you have the guaranteed 3

      OP

  • Equivalent build on PCPP using the cheapest equivalent parts all from different stores:

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

    Very impressive price.

  • Any thing going for a similar spec system but with 16GB of 3600 (or better) RAM?

  • Great Price OP competitive

  • Play latest games with high FPS and RES?

    Thanks.

  • yikes, the Kagami case!
    the Techfast fans won't like that at all :D
    it took them this long to get TF to throw it away

    • I'd take the Versa H18 any day over that piece of shit!

      • +1 vote

        Hi Rajeh,

        Maybe in the future,

        We currently don't stock Thermaltake but we're always listening to our customers

        OP

        • That's good to hear. Just including an airflow oriented case in the base model, or even having two identically priced options with one geared to aesthetics and the other to airflow would be a good idea.

  • Anyway to offer the specs but with a much smaller case? No need for the 1TB HDD, just space for 2 to 3 SSD.

    Cheers.

  • I noticed your website sells chewing gum, maybe throw a few packets into this deal just to sweeten it just a bit more ;)

  • I know the build states 1 year warranty, but if the individual components fail can we get warranty on them separately? (Eg graphics card usually has 3 years warranty).

    • +1 vote

      Hi there,

      Yes, you can claim individual warranties as these parts are all in new form and supplied from official suppliers / directly from manufactures.

      Please ensure to register the serial numbers though as this is needed with some manufactures,

      OP

  • Warranty: 1 Year

    What is actually covered under the express warranty, can't seem to find the details listed?

    Assume warranty rights are in addition to statutory rights as a consumer and ACL provisions?

    • Hi there,

      This is correct

      You're covered by breakdowns caused by non phyiscal breakdown of goods.

      If the machine is intentionally abused, mistreated or a part is broken due to self servicing you will not be covered under the warranty and any charges with getting it fixed will not be covered by the company.

      If the machine is used for mining you will not be covered as this is known to damage parts overtime and is therefore classified as intentional damage.

      If for example you wake up and your RGB fan isn't spining a free replacement will be installed. Same goes for your gpu and all other parts, a free servicing of the PC and replacement of the parts will be provided.

      I hope this helps clarify your question,

      OP

      • You're covered by breakdowns caused by non phyiscal breakdown of goods.
        If the machine is intentionally abused, mistreated or a part is broken due to self servicing you will not be covered under the warranty and any charges with getting it fixed will not be covered by the company.
        If the machine is used for mining you will not be covered as this is known to damage parts overtime and is therefore classified as intentional damage.
        If for example you wake up and your RGB fan isn't spining a free replacement will be installed. Same goes for your gpu and all other parts, a free servicing of the PC and replacement of the parts will be provided.

        Sorry. that is a bit vague, do you have a hard copy/pds you could link me to?
        ie. return shipping?

  • There appears to be a promotion with Gigabyte currently happening are we eligible to receive the games…?

  • Good price and better components here than TF with this deal. Nice seeing competition now for bang for buck boxes.

  • Any chance to upgrade mobo to B550 or x570?

  • Really solid deal. Kind of makes me hate myself for putting together a build over the last week. Although, first time I’ve ever built a pc from scratch, so it did feel like somewhat of an accomplishment.

    If I take out the 1TB NVMe cost that I’ve put in the build (from the $132 special the other day), total cost would be $1402, and only have 16gb ram/standard 3600.

    Might finally be the cure to get me off OzBargain for a couple weeks, just so I stop seeing these prices go down!

    PCPartPicker Part List: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/srv6tp

    CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 3600 3.6 GHz 6-Core Processor (Purchased For $269.00)
    Motherboard: MSI B450 TOMAHAWK MAX ATX AM4 Motherboard (Purchased For $170.00)
    Memory: Crucial Ballistix 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3200 CL16 Memory (Purchased For $111.00)
    Storage: Gigabyte 480 GB 2.5" Solid State Drive ($0.00)
    Video Card: Gigabyte Radeon RX 5700 XT 8 GB GAMING OC Video Card (Purchased For $619.00)
    Case: MSI MAG FORGE 100R ATX Mid Tower Case (Purchased For $89.00)
    Power Supply: Corsair RMx 550 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply (Purchased For $144.00)
    Total: $1402.00

    • Not really missing much going 3600 vs 3600x. The RAM won't matter if you're mostly just gaming as by 32 GB is needed, you'd probably want DDR5 anyway.

      Where'd you find a Tomahawk Max for $170 out of interest?

      • It was $439 for Ryzen 5 3600 and B450 tomahawk. So it wasn’t really $170 exactly, I could have put it as $249 and $190, but Ryzen 5 generally tends to go on sale around the $269 mark.