Water Cooled 2060 Super & Ryzen 5 3600XT Computer $1799 + Shipping @ Titan Tech

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Hey OzBargainers

I am proud to let you guys know we have partnered with a local PC shop in Sydney who is helping us to build PC's as soon as orders come in. We are aiming to dispatch within 2-4 business days using a courier service now, as opposed to Auspost who are very busy. Although this is an estimate I would like to place an emphasis on the commitment we have to providing you guys with a smooth and streamlined purchase and although our last deal did not entirely represent that goal, it is our intention. (For all those people speculating we are a one man operation, we have now gone from a 3 man operation to a 7 man operation, So hopefully we can start offering prices to rival even the mighty techfast)

We also have a shopfront you can visit if you need to come buy parts, get your old PC repaired or just have a look at the custom builds we have in stock.

If you need to contact us urgently
please message us on our facebook page; www.facebook.com/TechTitanIT

Specs
-Motherboard: Gigabyte Aorus B450 Pro Wi-Fi. Full ATX with RGB accents, Integrated Wi-Fi & Bluetooth plus extra expansion slots.

-CPU: AMD Ryzen 3600XT with 6 cores & 12 threads at 3.8ghz base speed. AMD's latest release that came out this month.

-CPU Watercooler: Deep Cool Gammaxx L240 V2. 240mm Closed loop CPU water cooler.

-GPU: RTX Nvidia 2060 Super 8GB Dual Fan - 1x DVI, 1x HDMI & 1x Display Port.

-RAM: Kingston 16gb 3200mhz RGB (2x8gb)

-SSD: Kingston A2000 500GB NVMe

-PSU: Thermaltake 600w Gold Rated 80+ Power Supply

-Tower: Deepcool Matrexx 50 Tempered Glass Window and 3x Pre installed RGB fans.

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Comments

  • Bravo for being specific with the parts

  • +2 votes

    Bought from Isaac before, great seller and really reliable guy!

  • maybe move to computers/computing?

  • Got my PC from Isaac from the previous AMD build.

    Great guy. He's got my support!

  • Nice ^-^

  • jv, got any Ryzen jokes?

  • The description says RTX 2060 but the title says 2060 Super. Good work here, though a regular 3600 would perform similarly for a lot less.

    Edit: Already done.

  • Bought their R5 3600 + 2060S from the previous deal and Issac has been an absolute pleasure to deal with! Sorting out the parts I wanted was super easy and would definitely come back!

  • Nice work, extra points for the spec list.

  • would it be cheaper to buy these parts individually and build yourself compared to this deal ?

    • +20 votes

      Yes it would be cheaper. It is almost always cheaper to build yourself, also a lot more fun building it!

    • Cheaper? almost always. But building a setup can be tricky (ie. cable management) so the price is justified in a sense that they build and test the system before-hand, not to mention warranty via them I guess.

    • Roughly:

      R5-3600 XT ~$400
      RTX 2060 Super ~$600
      16GB DDR4-3200 ~$100
      Kingston A2000 500GB ~$100
      Liquid Cooler ~$100
      Thermaltake 80+ Gold PSU ~$120
      B450 Aorus Pro Wi-Fi ~$200
      Case ~$100

      All up that's about $1720, but I feel like the case may be a bit more expensive. Pretty good, only $80 labour. However you could just get a regular 3600 for $270 and have it for $1590. I believe their 3600 + 2060 Super doesn't include the liquid cooler and uses the Armageddon PSU. It's a good value when you compare it part for part, but when you customize it with better value parts you can beat it by building yourself.

      • wow this is really detailed, thanks. are these prices based on RRP ?

        • Based on the lowest prices I've seen in the past month that aren't 1 offs. I guessed the liquid cooler and case's prices, they could cost more but I doubt less.

          • +13 votes

            @Rajeh: Where did you find the rgb ram for 100$? And the b450 pro wifi for 200$? That's cheaper then our supplier price haha, The ram costs us 118$ and the motherboard is 209$ including gst.

            • @Titan Tech: Yeah I thought I was underestimating the prices of some things. Just rough educated guesses. Forgot about the RGB RAM! That adds another $500!

            • @Titan Tech: Need more detail on your RGB Kingston ram however, especially since you're promoting overclocking.

              Your pictures clearly show G.Skill Tridents, not Kingston ram.

              Oh and the mobo on the picture is an Asus motherboard, the RGB symbol is from their ROG Strix range (probably something like ASUS ROG Strix B550-F Gaming but not 100% sure as it's low res). It's definitely not a a Gigabyte.

              • +4 votes

                @Serapis: These are the stock case advertisement photos on deepcool website. Not a single part in the photos is accurate except the case. (And by coincidence the water cooler)

                We thought these would be suitable photos because they look (somewhat) similar to the pc we are selling and we are authorised to use these photos without any complications.

        • +9 votes

          Also you have to take into account that these are all the lowest prices in Aus.
          You're not going to get them all from one place, so you'll probably end up spending another $100+ on postage.
          Plus if something goes wrong, eg dead on arrival, you'll have to send it back to the retailer for warranty.

  • +13 votes

    Techfast was so behind comparing to this… no store front, slow as delivery with so many OzBargainers posting on every deal they didn't receive their pc yet, psu was horrible as that meme pointed out on r/buildapcsalesaustralia. RIP.

    Good to see competition, best of luck!

    • +10 votes

      Hopefully one day our prices can compete with Techfast ๐Ÿคž

      • only way you will do that is find an exclusive supplier to unknown chinese brands like techfast did..and you know what comes after you do that, you are damned if you do, and damned if you don't :D

    • PSU is the easiest part to cheap out on pre-built, and it's sad to see almost every pre-built seller does this. It's great to see it's not the case in this particular deal.

    • In fairness to Techfast they have been offering an 80+ PSU as standard with most of their recent deals.

      • 80+ PSU doesn't really mean anything besides efficiency…

        You can still find PSU's that really should be avoided .

        I normally look at Johnnyguru for PSU testing.

  • Any upcoming deal for a budget PC? Looking for a $750-$1000 range

  • Parts are actually listed, well known brands used, no crap tier generic parts or need to upgrade from standard configuration.

    Plus no lucky dip/bait and switch parts where you may or may not get a good part or a shitty generic part.

    Instantly better business model than Techfast.

    • is it? this is almost twice the price. like both of these computers certainly have a place, but this being ozbargain it's a lot smarter to buy the techfast one.

      • The Techfast one has a regular 2060, and the much worse 3500X which is already bottlenecking my 5700 in certain titles. Also dodgy PSU, case and motherboard.

      • Compared to which deal though? They post new ones so often it's hard to guess what you're making a comparison with…

  • Any chance of similar specs with a 2070S? Almost bought a TechFast build today, but I'm holding out for a really good deal, and well branded parts are always a massive plus.

  • Hi OP.

    Need a basic gaming rig, for the local school afterschool care. Budget is $800 max. Anything suitable?

    • +3 votes

      I have seen a few people asking for a budget option so I will plan something and hopefully have it posted before tomorrow night.

      Isaac

  • Very Fast Boot Time

    How fast?

  • Well done, better quality & specs of parts than Techfast, so worth paying extra. Techfast is really only good if you value absolute budget / no frills above all else.

  • Good Deal!

    I wanted to compare the price against the current PC deals on Ozbargain site - see below.
    I have copied the below from my comment from the recent TechFast deal

    For comparison (similar spec'd hardware), it would cost around $1300 + Shipping costs
    (note: you will still require additional expense for Windows Key + consider Build Price/Time too).

    Pros: For the below is you will get newer MoBo, slightly better PSU and more likely better Case (?), You save $500ish if you don't need a glorified 3600X CPU and RGB and Water Cooler

    Cons: Obviously Weak CPU, Not water cooled, Different suppliers means different warranty, possible waiting time and you need to build your own

    1. CPU Ryzen 5 3600 $265

    2. MoBo Asrock B550 $169 + shipping

    3. RAM G.Skill 16GB 3200MHz $99 + shipping

    4. GPU Galax RTX 2060 $459 + shipping

    5. SSD Kingston A2000 500GB $87 + Shipping

    6. PSU EVGA 700W 80+ gold $119 + shipping

    • SSD, RAM, GPU and PSU are all from ShoppingExpress - so shipping price can be combined

    Case: Pick one locally, should be able to get a decent one around $100 including case fans.
    You might want to add another $20-$50 for WiFi card as OP's MoBo has built-in WiFi

    So whats the verdict? I would say this is a decent deal from Titan Tech for sure

  • Is this for gaming, or it can handle 4K video processing?

    • The 3600XT can definitely handle 4K video processing, but it won't be as fast as stronger CPUs. If your job is 4K video processing I'd spend more on the CPU and less on the GPU, if it's just a hobby or something on the side then this is fine.

    • +1 vote

      I would recommend going with 32GB ram and possibly a slightly higher model CPU. I am no expert in productivity PC's but I will run this past our 'technical' department and will have something hopefully posted for you tomorrow.

      Isaac

  • https://au.pcpartpicker.com/list/QBrL3t

    Not bad.
    Built and delivered for under the parts only price from PCPP gets a tick in the box here.

    • +2 votes

      You also have to factor in shipping from each different retailer! I would like to note that the PSU we are using is a different model to that one, it retails around 129$.

  • Would love to see some ITX builds if yโ€™all are expanding :)

    • +4 votes

      We have just hired an "ITX Specialist" TODAY! Please feel free to message us on facebook for some custom quotes. We will be posting up the first ITX build hopefully next week.

  • Building such rigs is a phase in your life. It will pass. You will not miss it when it passes. However, this phase is extremely gratifying, but pure waste of time when you will look back.

    • When it passes is where you become the good demographic for those in the phase selling decent pre-built PCs!

      Thus the market will always exist for those in that phase.

      I don't build PCs often and so I still quite enjoy the oversized jigsaw puzzle that building a PC is. :)

    • Thanks for reminding me this. I was hoping to get in the RGB bandwagon. I needed this comment to be grounded.

  • Also please try to create something with 2070 super + 3900x or i7 10700k with 32gb ram

  • To compare, I got a similar build from TechFast for $1989 - similar parts:

    Processor: AMD Ryzen 9 3900X Processor
    CPU Cooling: Deepcool Gammax L240T Blue 240mm
    Case: Deepcool Matrexx 50 RGB ADD-RGB 4F
    Motherboard: MSI X570-A Pro
    Graphics Card: Biostar RX 550 4GB Graphics Card
    Memory: ADATA Gammix D30 32GB DDR4 [3200MHz] (2 x 16GB)
    SSD 1: Crucial P1 1TB m.2 NVME SSD
    SSD 2: Crucial BX500 1TB
    Power Supply: Gigabyte G750H

    I bought in peak time so it was over 14 business days which was disappointing, but understandable. Overall am happy with the components as some are the same in this deal. At the time the GPUs were peak expensive so I got a "free" place holder in the RX550 and will pounce on a deal at some stage to match the CPU fire power. The case is nice, sturdy and cooling is fine (I got the 4 fan version, so there is an exhaust at the back) - reviews weren't too great, but it beats the really entry level cases. Its not silent though. Liquid cooler sits 35-50c (ambient temps permitting) usually, which for the 3900 is quite good. From the good customer service reviews of the seller and the components of the build, I'd be confident to jump on the deal.

    • I bought one of these, with the galax 2080S, and added my own drives + a 120mm deepcool AIO (TF ended up giving me this for free), otherwise identical
      I thought it was pretty keen pricing on what I would call min-spec components surrounding a 3900x (I would have accepted a b550, but they were not available at the time)
      thing constantly hits high 7200-7300+ cinebenchR20 scores stock-out-of-box, which is better than avg scores
      verygood build

  • What is the benefit of watercooling something like this, rather than spending the watercooling money on a higher spec graphics card? Seems a bit silly?

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