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TechFast Express AMD Ryzen 5 3500X | RTX 2060 6GB Gaming Desktop PC $1099 + Delivery @ Techfast

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TechFast Express AMD Ryzen 5 3500X | RTX 2060 6GB Gaming Desktop PC: $1099

  • Ryzen 5 3500X, Galax 1-click RTX 2060 6GB (2060 Super upgrade $99)
  • 16GB 3200MHz RAM
  • Gigabyte B450M Gaming motherboard
  • 240GB 2.5" SSD, 750W power supply (Gigabyte 650 Bronze $59, 750 Gold $139).

Rep Luke confirmed that all upgrade options can still be added under the TechFast Express 3 day handling, as all are in stock.

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  • +40 votes

    More like TechSlow…am I right fellas?

    Edit: Tough crowd…

    • +3 votes

      No winner winner for this chickendinner

      Edit/ don't worry, I gotcha bro!

    • +2 votes

      TechFast Express 3 day handling

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        vouch for the express handling, had it shipped out to me very quickly :)

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          Same. Quick turnaround for my express system.

    • +2 votes

      i like the edit. Take my updoot.

    • +5 votes

      My cousin bought from this place and got delivery quiet quick. But looking at the specs and price…. the PS5 is significantly more powerful and likely to be 35 to 40 percent cheaper. Think I’ll go console over pc this gen.

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        I don't know why you got downvoted lol. It's a cool price and all but what you said is completely true.

        • +2 votes

          PC master race believers.

    • +2 votes

      I've always called them techmediumspeed

  • +8 votes

    warning, these guys take weeks and weeks. ridiculous really

    • +11 votes

      This is guaranteed 3 days handling. Plus they've always been transparent with their timeframes.

      • -11 votes

        haha yeh right, you ordered anything anywhere in the last 6 months? no such thing as guaranteed. are you kidding

        • +5 votes

          I ordered my express system from them a month back and it shipped within the timeframe :)

        • +4 votes

          Handling. Not to your door. Not hard for a business with stock sitting in the store room to make a promise lol. Get a grip.

        • +1 vote

          Ordered mine a month ago, was told 14 business days, received it in 9. Pretty happy with the experience

    • +1 vote

      For non-express ones? Yes. This deal is the Express Systems which are ready to be shipped.

  • +9 votes

    Go for this deal if you can wait: https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/565073

    RTX 2060 is now $460 at Shopping Express, bringing the total to $1189.

    For $90 extra, you get ryzen 3600, b450 mortar mobo and a bronze rated PSU.

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      Both are B450M. Just different branding MSI vs Gigabyte. Unless I am missing something?

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        The msi mortar has 4 ram slots, the gigabyte has 2.

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      Default TechFast 750W PSU died on my system (3500x, 2060 super). PSU upgrade is a MUST.

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        Yeah I agree with that, which is why I recommended going for the $699 system instead, which comes with the bronze rated gigabyte P650B psu as standard.

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          $460 + $699 is $1159? What is $1189? Sorry but is that what you're talking about? Just curious as I'm looking for a new pc!

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            @J6: Yup, typo over there. I'd recommend going for the 699 system instead of this.

          • +2 votes

            @J6: If you can wait until next month, wait for new Ryzen 4th gen to be announced. Prices for 3rd gen will drop as expected. If you can't, then buy the 3600 build, as next gen console will have 8 cores with SMT and you want to future proof your purchase. This GPU is only a tad mid more expensive but 15% better.

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              @Marx: Yeah I can wait. Thanks for the info. I'm a beginner at building pcs so it's a bit daunting to select a GPU, motherboard and CPU. I've just been looking at the builds on pcpp.

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        Agreed, my friend had the same problem.

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        I mean, even the best PSUs sometimes die or even arrive dead…

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          I havent had any PSUs die on me yet

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        What happened when the PSU died, did Techfast install another one for you?

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          I didn't bother with contacting them since most likely they are just going to replace it with the same PSU, and I don't want to take risk of the same thing happening again and damaging my PC.

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            @Marx: So that's like half of building a PC lol to me at least

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          They did, took the whole PC Back and redid it. Even paid for the postage.

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            @Variableaperture: Did they give you something to use during the replacement process, and how long did it take?

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              @ln28909: Not sure why the downvote to this question

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    For those comments about TF taking a while, I put my first order in with them on Friday for their 3080 ready build and apparently they are shipping it out to me this week or early next.

    • +3 votes

      So they haven't shipped?

      My friend bought from them. They 10 days handling time. It was 4 weeks before it was shipped.

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        I see. Fair enough, will be interesting to see if it actually does ship on time.

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        yes they are ridiculous

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      I purchased their $699 (no gpu) system on Monday and recieved notification it was shipped today. +1 for Techfast

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    How long until you guys are going to bring out a deal with a 3080?

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      late 2021

  • +17 votes

    I'm going to give Techfast a shoutout…

    My son ordered the $799 GTX 1650 R5 deal last month. His first big purchase from money his 15 year old self had earned at the checkouts so obviously I wanted it all to work out.

    PC arrived in 10 days. Packing and build was great. Case had nice unexpected extras (like RGB LEDs) and the price was an absolutely bargain.

    I have no complaints whatsoever and neither does he.

  • +1 vote

    I wish techfast would do a build with smaller cases.

    • -1 vote

      Disassembled, and do the case yourself. Unless you mean itx.

      • +2 votes

        If I knew how to disassemble I would've built the PC myself

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          It's really easy, trust me the only hard thing is cable management and make sure you ground yourselves

          I just built my first one last week, took about 2hours, was pretty fun too

          • +1 vote

            @ln28909: well depending on the issues you have, it can be anything from easy.

            but it's a great learning experience and would recommend to anyone :)

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              @Zazer: What would be some common issues as the only thing I could think of is putting the CPU in the wrong way

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                @ln28909: Troubleshooting… Honestly everyone told me to but when it came to that they ceebs to help BC it was too much of a headache… Would've bought a pre-built then wtf BUUUT I did it all myself after half a month or two. It's worth it now but when you're new. I hated every part of it.

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          Fair enough. But techfast are generally cheaper than building yourself.

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      Me too, I don't have the space for one of these massive cases.

  • +4 votes

    Lol everyone finally realising how slow TechSlow is. 3-4 weeks delivery is a joke. Is this coming from China? They shouldn’t take orders they can’t build and supply.

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    Motherboard is www.gigabyte.com/Motherboard/B450M-GAMING-rev-10#kf but if you email them they may have a B550M offering
    The SUPER version of the 2060RTX is $99 more and you get an extra 2gb of memory (8 total) and faster clocks and better die
    The case is nice, you wont be disappointed! PSU is unknown but 80 rating is an option
    $99 to UG from 16gb 3200ghz to 32gb… fair pricing so worth doing
    needs a nvme storage and not 256gb SSD IMO but 1gb nvme for $150 is available on Amazon and id do that over buying the bigger SSD for $80 (480gb)
    ebay have $25 RGB backlit kbd/mouse and mouse matt deal if you look for it, so not a buy IMO
    If you can UG to the B550M Asrock Pro4 you can add a this $30 kit for onboard wifi too (wifi 6 & BT 5)
    www.asrock.com/mb/AMD/B550M%20Pro4/index.asp
    www.ebay.com.au/itm/2400-Mbps-Dual-Band-Wifi-6-Wireless-Wi-F...
    The 27" 1080P 75Hz Monitor [Allied] $199.00 is a good size for this or eBay/Dell/HP/Lenovo have some nice deals, personly 144hz and built in audio for $300-600 with refresh rates of 144+ is good but you pay a lot more for it… This is the bargain for included in the delivery cost IMO

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    Can we please see some builds with the new GPUs like the 3080?

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    how much would this be with out the cpu? already got a spare 2600

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    can this build be built with a smaller Matrexx 30 MATX case?

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    Possible to upgrade to rtx 2070s and r5 3600 ?

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    Is this deal still valid? The website said that the product is pre-order?