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R5-5600X RTX 3080 Gaming PC w B550M Aorus Elite MB, 500GB NVME SSD, 16GB RAM, 850W PSU $2888 + Post @ TechFast [Jun/Jul Ship]

1520
5600X-3080-JUN

They're baaaaaaaack.

We have secured strictly limited allocations of RTX 3080 10GB in two batches for our EOFYS sales; the first for arrival in June, the second with ETA in July. When the June stock sells through they will disappear off the site, ditto with the ETA July stock. We are selling only the number of cards for which we have had our allocation confirmed. The most likely model for the GPU is Gigabyte Gaming OC. These are not LHR models.

I've consistently said that we won't be offering another 3080 deal until we're in a position to fulfill all outstanding orders so importantly this also means that yes, we will be fulfilling the remainder of our 3080 orders very shortly. Thank you very much to everyone for your patience.

AMD Ryzen 5/7/9 | RTX 3080 10GB Gaming PC: $2888 after 5600X-3080-JUN

  • AMD Ryzen 5 5600X 6c/12t processor [5800X and 5900X upgrades super limited, will disappear once sold out]
  • 120mm liquid cooler [240/360mm upgrades available]
  • RTX 3080 10GB [likely Gigabyte Gaming OC - two drops, June and ETA July]
  • Gigabyte B550M Aorus Elite motherboard [Gigabyte B550 Aorus Pro AX, MSI X570-A Pro or Gigabyte X570 UD non WiFi (request preference in notes) and Gigabyte X570 Aorus Elite WiFi upgrades available)
  • 16GB 3200MHz RAM (brand/model may vary)
  • 500GB NVME m.2 SSD (likely Crucial P2)
  • Gigabyte P850G 850W 80 Plus Gold PSU
  • Matrexx 55 Mesh 4F RGB Case

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Luke

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  • +17 votes

    PCPP comparison. I've entered $2299 manually for the GPU price. There doesn't seem to be any in stock at this price that I could find, they seem to be hovering at $2500ish. I also used the 5600X price from the deal that's live on Ozb. PCPartPicker Part List

    Type Item Price
    CPU AMD Ryzen 5 5600X 3.7 GHz 6-Core Processor $373.00
    CPU Cooler Cooler Master MasterLiquid Pro 120 66.7 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler $79.00 @ PC Byte
    Motherboard Gigabyte B550M AORUS ELITE Micro ATX AM4 Motherboard $159.00 @ Amazon Australia
    Memory G.Skill Trident Z 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3200 CL16 Memory $115.00 @ Austin Computers
    Storage Crucial P2 500 GB M.2-2280 NVME Solid State Drive $74.00 @ Amazon Australia
    Video Card Gigabyte GeForce RTX 3080 10 GB GAMING OC Video Card $2299.00
    Case Deepcool MATREXX55-MESH-AR-4F ATX Mid Tower Case $79.00 @ Mwave Australia
    Power Supply Gigabyte P GM 850 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply $105.05 @ Amazon Australia
    Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts
    Total $3283.05
    Generated by PCPartPicker 2021-06-08 14:30 AEST+1000
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      As always great prices, and even better now with gpu prices breaking $3k. While that PCPP lists the gpu at $2300, there's no way you're buying one for that much.

      • +41 votes

        Aka "we've increased GPU pricing to increase our profits, like all other retailers, so we've listed the card at double the MSRP instead of triple, and for some reason everyone thinks this is now a good deal" capitalism at its finest. Lol.

        Word of warning to anything buying this, or any GPU at the moment. Make sure you think long and hard about whether you need an upgrade right now. Like really need it. In a years time, these will come back down to normal prices again, because stock will be back to a point where retailers won't be able to get away with pulling shit like this.Then you'll be significantly in the red. This is not a deal, it just looks like one in the current climate.

        • +2 votes

          is it retailers or distributors.

          There is a mass shortage of chips atm, to the point factories are being moved from country to country to continue working through a lock down.

          My gut feeling is the chip and ram shortage is leading to higher production cost.

          1. GPU production:

          - let say there is 5000 chips for 10000 gpu. company a bids 100 dollars for a certain amount, company b bids 150. All stock is allocated to b, a are unable to produce an gpu. next cycle a bids 150 and so does b, then both split the chips, b loses revenue. 3rd cycle A bids 150 and B bids 200, B get full stock, A loses revenue. This continues again and again and prices increase. Not only that they are fighting sony, microsoft, cars and phone makers for these chips.

          1. Distrubutors:

          - 200 cards for 10 retailers, they have to outbid each other to secure stock. Similar pattern to before. There keep being a bidding war until prices reaches where they are and they pass their increase cost onto retailers.

          Have you not notice at the beginning of the release of these cards, smaller pc or retailers who receive stock had higher prices. Then we had everyone bashing PLE for not having stock, we dont know if they were trying to get cards for around 900 and distributors were prioritizing companies who were able to bid more. We don't. They cant call them out otherwise they will burn a bridge to a distributor. At the end of the day, these distributors have all the power and dont have to sell to a retailer if they dont like them in this market.

          • +1 vote

            @cheapo123: Chip production is hit in 2 ways. The pandemic decreased immediate production (this should clear up within the next 6 months). However, it also delayed expanded production (this will take 2 years to recover).

            However, the demand side is also an issue. As people return to work and travel, there will be less consumer demand. Miner demand is unknown, but likely will fall away. However, data centre demand has been much lower than before as they have tightened spend due to the pandemic and also stretched out existing equipment rather than pay the exorbitant prices right now. Some of this demand will come back as equipment pushes beyond its life and is forced to be replaced regardless of cost. Further, this will soften the drop in prices as the backlog of upgrades get more economic to occur.

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              @greennick: yep. but it causes bidding war among everyone to get what available too. imagine decrease supply and increase demand. it a crap show and these small companies are trying their best too

        • +2 votes

          just looks like one in the current climate.

          That means it IS one in the current climate. And the technical concept of "climate" is "supply and demand". Pretty much what drives our entire global economy, and has pretty since we started making goods (and services). Why you think it's unreasonable it applies to GPUs I don't know.

          • +1 vote

            @incipient: this "deal" just means xbox or ps5 is a ridiculous offering now and one ppl should just take,to pay 2.5k just for gpu is dumb, and if you are buying it - Yes you are dumb (unless you make money mining off it…then you are smart)
            its not an essential item you must have, this is why this crap would never work in the past, ppl would just move on, but now everyone has this FOMO and a need
            guess when on top you get free cash from government to stay home and save it , you have nothing else to spend your cash on

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          "…because stock will be back to a point where retailers won't be able to get away with pulling shit like this."

          Genuine question, how do you know the supply issue will be resolved in a years time?

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            @kd4314: Magic 8 ball said so..

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            @kd4314: It's a guess. But really, this will blow over eventually. Just like the NAND and HDD shortages did. My point really boils down to the fact that in the majority of cases, having a top of the line gpu is a want, not a need. And people tend to get caught up in these things without looking at the bigger picture.

            In a normal market, these are worth $1100. When the market calms down, not only would you be losing the normal depreciation of a GPU, which is usually huge, you'll also be losing an additional $1000+.

            If people want to make the purchase fully understanding that, then go ahead. But calling these cheap, or a good deal is just wrong. They're expensive. Really expensive, and way more expensive than they should be, or are really worth. People need to understand that in buying these, they are throwing money away that they will never be able to reclaim..

      • +7 votes

        "As always great prices". OzBargain needs to stop sucking up to TechFast. Most of their deals in the last week or two have been terrible.

        • +1 vote

          They are great prices… Not sure why you think that absurd GPU prices shouldn't apply to techfast. They're paying just as much in order to get those GPUs in.

          In this current situation, this is still a good deal.

          • +1 vote

            @justarandyleak: "They're paying just as much in order to get those GPUs in"

            You're only fooling yourself if you think Techfast is paying the same price as us.

    • +1 vote

      It's $3,088.00 without the code, you should've just rounded it off to $3,080.00 :D

  • +28 votes

    Can't believe we're living in an age where buying a pre-built system is cheaper than buying the individual parts.

    Was planning to build one this year to upgrade my 6yo system

    • +18 votes

      I would honestly think this is how it should have been - generally they get better dsicounts mass buying parts - so why shouldn't it be. Companies just like to put a massive markup on their logo.

      • +4 votes

        Because labour costs and the added / assumed level of support you get when you buy a pre-built? :)

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          As an example, scorptec literally charges $150 to install all your components for you while companies like Dell generally only give you 1 year warranty.

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            @jaygee: Doesn’t really matter what their warranty is, Australian Consumer Law overrules it. You spend a few grand on a pc , feel are doing to be forced to treat it as if they have you a 5 year warranty at least.

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        It shouldn't be the norm since part vendors already buy them in bulk same as system vendors. The added cost is in the labour and support for system vendors which typically make them more expensive than buying the individual parts and assembling it yourself. It's only like this due to Covid's pushing the chip manufacturers to its limits.

        Plus you're missing out all the fun of building a PC!

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      Techfast has always been cheaper than individual parts lol

      • +1 vote

        Don't know why your negged, it's pretty accurate, only thing was that you wouldn't usually buy those parts specifically and would buy a slightly better model or brand etc… Used to make the same comment years back

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      some time ago, it was like that, during the pentium/486 era.

  •  

    This seems super competitive, especially if they're not the LHR versions.

    • +1 vote

      That might be a super relative point for a lot of people, any chance you can comment on whether they will be LHR Luke?

      • +3 votes

        He mentioned it in his OP

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          I'm blind, TY.

          For others as blind as me, they're not LHR.

    • +1 vote

      Any idea of price differences between FHR and LHR versions? I still haven't seen much LHR stock floating around so hard to gauge at this point

      • +3 votes

        Near impossible to gauge for months I'd think.

        Miners won't want them as they won't be profitable, but because of the chronic shortages Nvidia & all wholesalers are still going to be charging an arm & a leg to retailers to squeeze every penny.

        I will say that (part-time) mining on my 3070 for the last few months has been good progress towards the card paying for itself. Given the choice as a consumer, I'd much rather a card that works for me, as well as have better resell value in the future compared to the LHR cards.

        • +1 vote

          a lot of it will depend on how secure it is. If people work out how to remove the limitations then the prices will virtually be the same as the normal versions.

          • +1 vote

            @Jabob: If the limiter is bypassed then they are no different to normal GPUs and will be up for grabs by miners.

            At that point demand will stay high as it is now so prices will stay high too

  • -2 votes

    Any chance to pay for an upgrade to the higher end 3080 cards?

  • -1 vote

    Be thankful there is any 3080 card being offered!

  • -2 votes

    Can I use it for mining?

    • +1 vote

      Yes, they're not LHR (light hashrate) cards that are limited

  • -1 vote

    Recommended cooler size for 5800x?

    Also any quick way to undertsand pros and cons of each motherboard?

    • +1 vote

      size is not important, all depends on how fast the pump is

    • -1 vote

      Google

  •  

    Wish I could reserve mine for a deposit to get one in July, not enough money in bank right now but will be in July

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      credit card?

      • -2 votes

        Sadly have some EOFY purchase and don't have that much of limit. Need the 5950x and 32G RAM so it's 3500+

  • +1 vote

    Likely brands for 240/360 coolers?

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      It's their own brand.

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        Allied!

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      We're currently using DeepCool Gammax models for 240mm. 360mm is Allied IceCube.

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        Excellent thanks.

  • +5 votes

    Breaking into a cold sweat scanning this and flashing back to to the Jan 3080 deal when I almost didn't pull the trigger coz the gpu was PP'd at $1449…

  • +1 vote

    Any case options? Keen to get a white case to match the rest of my setup.

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      +1 would love to see possibly an MSI Mag option.

    • +2 votes

      Luke needs to get his hands on the Lian Li Lancool II 215 and add them to his build. Amazing airflow and would be excellent for an RTX 3080 build.

    • +1 vote

      I can add the MAG Forge 100R in there at the same price as the M55 but that is it for now. We don't have the distributor relationship for Lian Li cases at this stage.

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        How would one opt for the MAG Forge 100R over the M55?

  •  

    Man I never would have imagined that GPU prices would get this high. Pretty happy I bought mine in December 😅
    Edit: this is not intended to be a knock at this deal, the deal is very good given the current market.

    •  

      Yeah, it's crazy. I've decided just to play Geforce Now for the next 6-12 months and buy when the chip/miners/covid shortage is not as crazy

  •  

    I don’t get it
    So if you bought 10 of these
    And sold the GPUs at $2888
    You will end up with 10 systems without GPU for free?

    •  

      Correct.

      PC market is absurd at the moment. Suppliers are basically only selling cards to wholesalers who will order motherboards as well, and with this surplus it becomes a better deal to sell the rest of the system as a loss-leader with the GPU being the prized component.

    • +2 votes

      10 systems….. that you can do nothing with without a GPU

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        Gt 710, plot chia

  •  

    this or Alienware

    End up same price , i do prefer the parts here but when you adding wifi and upgrade to 5800x it will be 200 to 250 more expensive than alienware ( when heavily discounted like previous few deals).

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      I ordered an alienware 3080 deal on 30/04. Estimated deliver was early June at the time, got pushed to June 21, then I got an email today with estimated deliver at 01/09/2021, i.e. 4 months + for delivery.

      Soooo, Alienware might be good, but if going 3080 route dont expect it any time soon…

      If I went this deal I would upgrade ram to 32 gig and upgrade to wifi mobo. CPU upgrade would be good, but not necessarily exceptional value (i.e. up to you).

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        interesting mine ordered in end of April just got delivered。。。。

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        I ordered 08/05 (Alienware R12 with monitor bundle), mine hasn't been delayed.
        Really hope it doesn't

    • +9 votes

      Alienware May orders have been delayed until September despite payment being taken and the original estimate being June. Borderline scam. Steer clear.

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        September! Wow you poor OzBs that stinks. Are they offering anything to sweeten the deal? Ridiculous

        • +1 vote

          They just keep sending me this email once a week:

          I will follow-up on the (Alienware Aurora R11 x 1 ) order no X nd make sure the delivery takes place at the earliest.

          The current expected delivery date is on the 26-June-2021

          I have expedited your order and working closely with factory team to have this order fulfilled asap

          If you have any other query , please feel free to get back to me , I would be happy to assist you anytime

          They even sent it after they delayed the order until September and I questioned it. Terrible customer care.

    •  

      Is the Alienware cooling not as good because the case is smaller?

      • +1 vote

        It's the design of the chassis, power supply is positioned over the CPU, and there's only a single 120mm intake fan at the front that doesn't have a clear intake path.

        There's space for a 120mm fan above the CPU for exhaust, but it's also where the 120 AIO liquid cooler is mounted if that option is selected.

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          Alienware was a cracking deal, it was hard to let that one go….copped a big premium for the 5900X upgrade in this deal but hopefully it's worth it

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      You will spend that $200 saved on AIO and extra fans.

  • +1 vote

    Suspect most will just buy it for the video card…

  • +1 vote

    bought this from Techfast like 6 months ago for about 1k cheaper, yikes COVID prices

    •  

      Haha. Try buying a car.

    •  

      Was that the deal with a 3600?

  •  

    Any news on a 3060 build?

  • +6 votes

    So the Galax 3080 build I ordered on the 10th of February will be sent soon, then?

    • +1 vote

      Yep

      • +1 vote

        nice

        • +1 vote

          @Limbless Just out of curiosity, have you been getting any updates during this period of waiting?

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            @Fullbrewz: The last general update was on the 16th of April. I have since emailed them a couple of times myself (one initiation each month) and got prompt responses.

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              @Limbless: Thanks for the reply @Limbless. Good luck with your new beast :)

  •  

    Amazing price. The 3080 itself is already over 3k on SE. Sadly, I've pulled the trigger on a 3070 then finding it to not suit my need and pulled the trigger on another 3080 Ti

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    Already have a whole system planned, was hoping I could just pick up the 3080 by itself.

    • +2 votes

      Buy this build, then gift the rest you don't use to someone along with a cheap GT 710 or similar as a decent work PC or starter rig

  • +3 votes

    Hi Luke any idea on when I might get my refund for a previous order? It has been 10 business days now and I was told 7 days wait would be the maximum… it is a lot of money so I would like to receive it back soon. I have emailed but the only response has been that it should've been processed by now but yet it hasn't. Order number is TF4621032631

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      Looking into it now for you.

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        Hi Luke any update on this?

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    Hi luke any chance of getting the option for RTX3080 Ti

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      Not on this deal sorry

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    Hey Luke, can I upgrade my awaiting 3070 build to this and pay the price difference?

    • +1 vote

      The June cards are just about gone so by the time it is organised they wouldn't be available, but a July preorder card should be possible if you email [email protected]. I can't make any promises though.

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        Done, fingers crossed!

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    Hi Luke, this is a very competitive deal. Are the intake fans PWM or Molex?

    • +1 vote

      They are 3-pin