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Virco D417a ASUS Solid with RTX3070 & AMD Ryzen 5 3600x Gaming PC $2136 + Shipping @ Virco Computer

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Morning OzBargainers,

Christmas is here, we have stocked just about enough systems before this busy season. We have the most popular RTX3070 system available again, both AMD and Intel, with the brand of ASUS, MSI or Thermaltake original (Build by Thermaltake manufacturer). For those who purchase the system before 15th of December, we GUARANTEE to dispatch the system on or before 17th of December, which most likely for you to receive the system before Christmas no matter where you are.

For those who looking for more budget system, there are two more systems for you to choose from:
D416a ASUS Turbo: AMD Ryzen 5 3600 + ASUS RTX2060 Super: $1380
D415a Galax C&O: AMD Ryzen 5 3600 + GTX1650/GTX1650 Super/RTX2060: from $1086

Full Spec of this week’s deal as below: (Virco D417a ASUS Solid) $2136
* CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 3600X 6 Core Socket AM4 3.8GHz CPU Processor
* CPU Cooling: Deepcool GAMMAXX 200T CPU Cooler (Optional to Liquid Cool)
* MAINBOARD: ASUS TUF GAMING B550-PLUS AM4 ATX Motherboard
* MEMORY: Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2x 8GB) DDR4 3200MHz Memory
* STORAGE: Kingston A2000 500GB M.2 (2280) PCIe NVMe SSD
* GRAPHIC CARD: ASUS GeForce RTX 3070 TUF Gaming OC 8GB Video Card
* PSU: Deepcool DQ750-M-V2L 750W 80 PLUS Gold Fully Modular Power Supply
* CASE: Deepcool Matrexx 50 ADD RGB 4F Tempered Glass Mid-Tower ATX Case

For the Christmas spirit, we also give out two RGB light stripes for your enjoyment. For those who don't like all the shiny and sparkling, we can swap the light stripes for you with the travel adapter, hopefully the coming 2021 allow us to travel again.

Virco Computer team would like to use this opportunity to thank you all for your wonderful support this year. We know it has been a challenging year, we hope the coming year can be more safer, and smooth for everyone.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

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  • +10

    Good 3070 card selection though, one of the best models.

    • I'm impressed, I half expected them to include a rubbish card like the Zotac.

  • +6

    That's great to hear on the turn around time, rather than the dumpster fire deal from Titan Tech where people have still been waiting for their PCs to even be built

  • Ooooooo! Was wondering if you'll be stocking any RTX 3080 PCs any time soon?

    • +27

      sorry, still no any news about RTX3080, hence we don't do pre-sale. We only sell what we have in stock.

    • +22

      Please consult with TechFast sales team

  • would it be possible for the ryzen 5 5600x cpu upgrade?

    • +1

      5600x CPU for some reason can't get any more stock within this year.

      We do have very very very limited stock on hand, reserve for walk in customer. Upgrade price is not sharp though.

      • happy to walk into pick it up alongside the entire system if there's an upgrade for it.

        • +2

          Happy to see you in the shop

  • +11

    As someone who has bought two Virco prebuilds (of different models), and another Virco-built system through Titan Tech, I can hard vouch for their timeliness and quality of builds.
    First Virco prebuild was actually bought way later than the Titan Tech but arrived much earlier (Virco was ordered on the 25/10 and came in the door on the 4/11; Titan Tech was ordered on the 24/9 and came in the door on the 19/11), and the order for the second Virco prebuild was put through late Sunday evening of the 6th December and it arrived Wednesday December 9th. So you'll looking at a 10 day turnover from order to system in your door, probably at most.

    I'd definitely recommend these guys.

    • Better than Techfast?

      I've had poor experience with Techfast.

      • Hey DevlicK, sorry to hear that, unfortunately I'm not qualified to make that comparison, as I've no experience with TechFast.
        However, Virco builds have neat and tidy cabling, cables are well secured and tied, and use quality components if you've concerned about that, the systems are chugging along nicely.
        Their systems are well packaged, and you'll be expecting them through the door within 10 working days at most.

      • I bought a rig from Virco and another from Techfast and I must say the Virco one is way better in terms of quality, values and turnaround. Better yet they have a dedicated phone line service compared to standard email from Techfast. Would definitely recommend these guys

  • Hi

    I want to buy the system, but the website doesn't reflect the "upgrade" options I chose, at check out, the price is still the same $2136 instead of $2906, how do we fix that?

    Another question is, is it possible to change to case to "Thermaltake V250 TG ARGB Tempered Glass Mid-Tower ATX Case"? Thermaltake can fit under my desk (less than 46cm height)

    • +1

      the upgrade price only reflect at check out. We do discover our system ignore some of the upgrade selection after checkout, please still go through with the checkout process and let us know, we will manually edit for you after we received your order.

      During this busy shopping season, please proceed with the order before waiting our email. We try our best to respond all of email/facebook message/sms/ozbargain message, but please understand sometime we do miss some messages.

      Yes, you can upgrade to V250 case +$20

  • can it run cyberpunk 2077? ( ・᷄д・᷅ )

    • https://www.tomshardware.com/news/cyberpunk-2077-system-requ...

      according to Tom's hardware:
      Cyberpunk 2077 Recommended PC: 4K Ultra
      Core i7-4790 or Ryzen 3 3200G
      RTX 2080 Super, RTX 3070 (or RX 6800)
      16GB RAM
      8GB VRAM
      70GB SSD storage
      Windows 10 64-bit
      Target: 4K Ultra

    • I'm running CP2077 at 4k with a 2080 Soup and AMD 3900, manages it well enough but I wouldn't recommend anything less.

  • +2

    Link to the D416a?

    .

  • Hi I don't see the link to 415a and 416a on site. Could you please update it when it's ready? Thanks

  • +9

    Bought a 3070 system off them a few weeks ago. Order was placed on the Monday, computer at my house in Melbourne on Thursday, I was shocked at how quick the turnaround time was
    Thanks Virco, thumbs up to your business

  • +2

    I know these systems aren't exactly like-for-like but this system seems to be 30% more expensive with add-ons than this recent offer from Dell for a similar RTX-3070 system (https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/584484). I got initially excited when I saw the headline post and immediately thought about whether I could cancel my order with Dell, until I did the numbers and changed my mind. I guess the things that might make you choose this would be: AMD Ryzen-based, possibly better quality parts, looks, quicker delivery, better power supply, upgradeability. I'd cancel my order and go for this if it had the same inclusions at this price but as it is, you still have to shell out for Windows, hard drives upgrades and wifi.

    • That Dell deal was a real bargain, hard for smaller companies to match Dell's buying power.

      (Don't pay for Windows though lol)

      • -1

        Yeah, appreciate the point re Dell's buying power. It is normally listed for $3999, so can you imagine the margins they make on anything they sell at full price? Just a question - why shouldn't people pay for Windows? I've seen sites selling Windows 10 keys for $30 or even 50c, but something tells me that they might not be legit…

        • I have real doubts as to the legitimacy of those keys, so I figure cut out the middleman and just use MAS activator script.

          • @Merlict: I Always seem to get windows 10 for free anyway? Last pc i built a few months ago i was sure I'd need to pay… checked activation and it said activated! Would recomend trying at least

            • @wozz: Very weird. Guess you got lucky!

        • +2

          but something tells me that they might not be legit

          Nothing gets past you ….

    • I wouldn't buy the Dell deals without extended warranty, you're sitting on a timebomb with that machine

      Though this here is not amazing value either, you could definitely build a similar.ialr system for cheaper

      • Yeah, I hope I don't regret it. What components are likely to go first? I guess I could roll the CPU, GPU, RAM and HDDs fairly readily though into another box if I am unlucky, couldn't I?

        • +2

          Heat is a big problem for that case, so CPU and GPU will struggle.

          500W is cutting it too close I think, so there's that

          Dell 3070 won't be worth as much as even the cheapest aib models, they generally do not have good cooling to begin with so generally underperform

          RAM will be one of those super slow and ugly looking ram without heatsink that you really wouldn't want to keep

          Motherboard is proprietary, won't fit in any other case

          So pretty much only the ssd is safe, and potentially cpu and gpu

    • -2

      The Dell system had a much better CPU, much more storage, wifi and activated windows. This deal is pretty weak considering they're only including a 3600X while Titan Tech had a 5600X system for a bit more.

    • -1

      Windows keys cost $5 on ebay, although you don't even need to activate windows.

      Dell systems are cheap and nasty. They use very low quality and proprietary components, making upgrades virtually impossible. I bought a Dell that was a "good deal" a very long time ago, but eventually was nothing but a nightmare. I wish I'd built my own system but I didn't know much about PCs back then. I also wish I'd bought AMD stock :)

      Furthermore, this build is using on of "the best" 3070 cards which is ~$1,200 from Aussie retailers, although there's nothing wrong with the FE cooler so the premium isn't worth it.

  • For a 1080p user looking just to game - I assume this is overkill? One of these is better suited to me? I'm moving to PC from consoles so I'm a bit lost regarding the marginal gains I will get…

    $1080: https://www.virco.com.au/collections/desktop-pcs/products/vi...

    $1380: https://www.virco.com.au/collections/desktop-pcs/products/vi...

    $1420: https://www.virco.com.au/products/virco-nx44i-gaming-pc-rtx2...

    • I'd go for one of the middle options. 1650 is a pretty basic card even for 1080p, 2060 will keep you going for a good while.

    • I'd go for the last option. The $40 is worth it for better performance.

    • There are certain games that these systems may not run or run well. As suggested above, you'd need higher system specs out of the box to run Cyberpunk. As time progresses, components get better and better fairly quickly and game developers make games to meet these newer specs. I used to go down the middle of the road before but found my systems became relatively obsolete when it came to running certain titles regarded as the latest and greatest. I'd prefer to get a few years out of a new system now. I mean, I could chuck a top of the range graphics card in my old PC but my old CPU, RAM etc. would be bottlenecks, and to upgrade those, I'd need a new motherboard.

      • Thanks all, very appreciated, will take that advice.

        I saw that TechFast deal and just worried about the quality of parts - it sounds like Virco give you higher quality parts? That $1420 Virco build is about $400 more than the Techfast deal (post upgrading storage), but I'm getting better parts (and an RTX 2060 Super 8gb rather than RTX 2060 4gb)? Faster delivery and higher build quality also sound like bonuses.

        • Nevermind about the techfast deal, it's out of stock and is expired.

          I wouldn't say it's worth $400 more for the higher quality parts.

          I would say for the 2060 Super build however. The 2060 is 6GB btw.

    • Is the RTX 2060 build a good deal? I was hoping it would be RTX 2060 Super at this price

      • It seems pretty good, excluding TechFast which is in a totally world of price (they seem OK but bad reviews/experiences do exist). It's $400 more than Techfast's equivalent RTX 2060 GB/10400F deal - but the RTX 2060 Super 8GB is at least $100, then you're paying $300 for better parts and build, and quicker delivery.

        RTX 2060 (especially the Super) seems to handle everything at 1080p, even Cyberpunk and MSFS, and probably will for 5 years. Even 1440p is smooth. I'm looking at this for those reasons.

        Thoughts?

    • First option is just bad, the 1650 is a terrible card that should never have existed.

      Second option has a better CPU but blower-style gpu card. Third option has a worse CPU but dual fan GPU. Neither case has great airflow (second looks better) so a blower-style card might not be that much of a detriment.

      As far as blower cards go, it seems the 2060 super turbo has pretty good temps. I would go for the second option and upgrade the PSU to be gold and fully modular (+$70).

  • +1

    Not upgrading until mid to late next year but I'm keeping an eye on you guys. Your prices are good and if your reputation is too when I am buying next year you're on my list.

  • Is this good for a 34 inch monitor at 144hz

  • After the recent Nvidia stuff with Steve from Hardware Unboxed, definitely going with an all Red (AMD) build in a couple of months.

    Hoping Virco and Techfast will offer some Ryzen 5600X + 6700XT builds and may the most competitive build win.

    • +3

      I want to pretend I have morals but I'll buy whichever gives a good next gen card around $500 without scalper prices

    • +2

      6700XT so difficult to get…. another 10:1 bundle from vendors to the seller.

      • +1

        another 10:1 bundle from vendors to the seller.

        What do you mean by this? Having to buy unwanted products to get the good cards?

        • +9

          yeah, supplier make PC retailer like us to purchase 10 motherboards in order to get one 6700xt…

          Its difficult for us to stock so much motherboard just for one piece of 6700xt

      • Hopefully things will improve by late February

  • +1

    Any 6800XT on stock?

    • +2

      nope, not in stock

  • +3

    Merry Christmas & Happy New Year to you too virco; i hope i see you next year in CBD!

    • +2

      We would love to see every sinlge one of you guys eventually at the shop, just have a chat, show you guys around.

      Thank you for the support.

  • -3

    Any chance you could upgrade the CPU to a 3700X for the same price? The 3600X seems like an odd choice

    • +1

      We don't keep 3700x in stock.

      3700x is same price as 5600x, buying 3700x is odder….might as well get 5600x.

      Wait till Feb next year, 5600x should come back to stock, you can sell 3600x by then, should be still very good value.

      • Might have jumped on this deal if it was less thank $2k considering the other deals that have been posted. I'm interested in buying a prebuilt so I don't have to do any assembly/disassembly so uninstalling the cooler, replacing the CPU and then selling it on isn't really a realistic suggestion. Appreciate the response anyways

      • How easy is it to sell a second hand CPU? Is there some sort of market place and standard price for reference point, or do you just take your chances on Ebay or Gumtree?

        • Facebook market place is the new place to sell second hand stuffs very quickly.

          Fee from eBay are still high , gumtree is almost die out

        • Right now, 10% off retail for ryzen and they seems to fly off fb

          • @ln28909: That seems rather odd that people would chase a second hand, lower-end CPU so hard. Doesn't make much sense to me. Instead of going down to the local store to buy with warranty and tax invoice, you'd have to travel for pickup or pay for postage for the sake of saving $37. Makes me wonder if some computer retailers might be stocking up on these and flogging them as inclusions within "new systems" to boost margins, but that doesn't make sense either because they pay wholesale price to begin with.

            • @Thor Bargain God: Used market lacks information, so you have people selling for very low and they sell really quickly , so whatever is left that most people see is overpriced. But then they based what they see to be a reasonable price to buy in, so there is a huge opportunity for arbitrage.

              My system costs me $6k to build and just playing around with used parts already help me cut down the cost by $3k

              • @ln28909: What is your system spec's?

                • @Alaken: 3950x, dual 2080 ti (not in sli), 20tb hdd, 2tb ssd, 1200w psu, 32gb ram in a custom loop

                  • @ln28909: Did you find the 20Tb HDD on Facebook?

                    • @Thor Bargain God: I got a 14tb external hdd from Amazon and then 4 smaller internally hdd that i bought on gumtree

                      And the 2 2080 ti are used, other parts i bought new

              • @ln28909: Wow - props for ingenuity. Didn't realise that much of an opportunity existed. Still it shows that there are a few smart people out there and perhaps a lot of dumb people too.

  • We have been looking and have ordered one of these today

    Thanks

    • +1

      Thank you for your business

  • it wasnt this seller, but i ordered from a prominent merchant in the past and my tower was damaged in transit by rough handling i suppose. highly recommend picking up if possible

  • +3

    PCPartPicker Part List: https://au.pcpartpicker.com/list/rhgbTJ

    CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 3600XT 3.8 GHz 6-Core Processor ($389.00 @ Scorptec)
    CPU Cooler: Deepcool GAMMAXX 200T 54.25 CFM CPU Cooler ($19.00 @ PC Byte)
    Motherboard: Asus TUF GAMING B550-PLUS ATX AM4 Motherboard ($228.87 @ JW Computers)
    Memory: Corsair Vengeance LPX 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3200 CL16 Memory ($109.00 @ Centre Com)
    Storage: Kingston A2000 500 GB M.2-2280 NVME Solid State Drive ($76.78 @ JW Computers)
    Video Card: Asus GeForce RTX 3070 8 GB TUF GAMING OC Video Card ($1159.00 @ Austin Computers)
    Case: Deepcool MATREXX 50 ADD-RGB 4F ATX Mid Tower Case ($99.00 @ PLE Computers)
    Power Supply: Deepcool DQ-M-V2L 750 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply ($149.00 @ Amazon Australia)
    Total: $2229.65
    Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available
    Generated by PCPartPicker 2020-12-13 20:07 AEDT+1100

    • +2

      Dude

  • Thoughts on the PSU? I can't seem to find it on the [psucultists] PSU Tier List on the LinusTechTips forum.

    (Given this is the -V2L)

  • Just in time before the Xmas! Very tempted to get one

    Can I swap to another Mid-Tower case? If yes should I contact you guys before the order, or just send a email after placing the order.

    Cheers

    • We try not to keep much variety of the cases in stock, we don't have big warehouse like PCCG, we only keep the most popular cases.

      Please check our website, the cases on it is what we have in stock. (apologize with the photos, not ready yet)

      Let us know which one you interested with.

      • Thermaltake S300 Tempered Glass ATX Mid-Tower Case - Snow Edition

        • we have that available, but Thermaltake S300 is a huge case.

  • Does this computer with the Castle 360 and the Vengeance RGB ram + the included case fans (and extra light strip). All support sync'ed RGB via ASUS?

  • +1

    Is there going to be a sub 2000 3060ti build before christmas? Im desperately waiting for a deal like that to come

    • +2

      3060Ti is currently out of stocks, so there is probably no hope to get any 3060Ti before end of year.

  • +1

    I've had nothing but dramas with past ASUS stuff.. that was a few years ago though, How do they stand up nowadays? I've had a 1440 monitor go bad and a motherboard a long time back.
    Im torn between this and the MSI, but the MSI is a few hundred bucks more with my options.

  • +2

    What happened to the ASUS card??? any left? Was about to buy

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