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Prebuilt Gaming PC RTX 3070 i9 9900KF Gaming Build V7 - $2199 + Shipping @ BPC Tech


KrakenPower Bifrost RTX 3070 Gaming Build -

Intel i9-9900KF 8Core/16 Threads Processor
RTX 3070 Video Card LHR
16GB DDR4 3200Mhz Memory
Gigabyte Z390 UD ATX Motherboard
EVGA 600W 80Plus Gold Power Supply Unit

Shipping seems to be $29.65 for me

Seems a decent price for a 3070 build.. saw some posted here around $3k

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  • is that 1x16GB, 2x8GB or 4x4GB?

    • +4

      looks like 2 x 8GB based on the pic if that's anything to go by

      • +1

        well spotted

        • +2

          I wouldnt go off the pic, because that's an InWin case, but specifications say its in an MSI Vampiric 010X case. My friend preordered this computer 2 weeks ago. Not sure if he has it yet.

  • +2

    Solid deal, solid post. +1

  • +1

    I know there are higher priced 3070 builds like you mentioned but at the same time you get what you pay for. If you want a budget 3070 build then this isn't a bad one, PSU is a bit low at 600 though if you're going to add much other hardware to this build. I don't know Intel builds so can't comment on the mobo, ram and CPU.

    • -4

      Should be OK for KF chip, overclocking not available.

      • +5

        KF chips can definitely be overclocked…

        • +1

          WELL. TIL. My mistake, I thought anything with an F meant it cant be overclocked, so that means it has no intergrated graphics? And K means clockable. Gotcha.

      • overclocking is available, although not with this psu most likely
        edit: * also the motherboard isn't that good for overclocking.

        • +3

          K means unlocked (can OC), F means no integrated gfx.

    • -1

      600W is 100% too low. Nvidias requirement is 650W minimum.

      • NVIDIA do overestimate this a bit but yeah it's borderline, you don't want to be buying an expensive PC to be using a PSU that may be strained. It's different if you build yourself and have it at hand already.

      • -1

        Yeah nah.
        Got a almost exact same build as this (32Gb vs 16Gb), and 600W is doing just fine. Playing all my games on max res, no issues at all.
        So, how is it too low ?

  • +1

    Definitely good price. 3070 comes around $1200 if my estimation is correct…

  • +2

    The 9900KF is 2 generations old now, with 12th gen Alder Lake is around the corner for a Q4 2021 release

    • +17

      The 9900KF is running skylake based cores, it's basically identical to the 10700KF.
      The 11700/11900KF are running a more modern core architecture, but it's barely an improvement in the real world, single digit percentage improvements if any at all.
      12th gen might make a difference, it'll probably get a price hike if it is better though, like Zen 3.

    • Won't make a huge difference to gaming unless whatever you're playing requires pcie4 speed SSDs or higher speed RAM.

      While some modern games are starting to require decent SSD speeds, I'm not aware of any which requires PCIe4. The gains from RAM in this instance will typically be incremental at best.

  • The pictured case is completely different from the one it says in the specs.
    Specs say it's a "MSI VAMPIRIC 010X Tempered Glass Case"

  • Someone do a PC part picker. It seems like a good deal though

  • https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/648688, the 3060 ti built may be better value, is $300 cheaper.

    • The CPUs will perform similar enough, the only improvement is the mobo- so you can choose $300 more which is all that will make any noticeable difference if you're a gamer or miner, or to save that $300 for slight improvements to RAM, PCIe4 support, etc.

  • +2

    this deal has been up on their site for a month or two at least. Its a 3070 bundled with old parts

  • +11

    PCPartPicker Part List

    Type Item Price
    CPU Intel Core i9-9900KF 3.6 GHz 8-Core Processor $469.00 @ BPC Technology
    CPU Cooler Lian Li GALAHAD AIO 240 RGB 69.17 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler $199.00 @ BPC Technology
    Motherboard Gigabyte Z390 UD ATX LGA1151 Motherboard $159.00 @ Amazon Australia
    Memory Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3200 CL16 Memory $128.70 @ Device Deal
    Storage Western Digital Blue SN550 1 TB M.2-2280 NVME Solid State Drive $136.96 @ Amazon Australia
    Case MSI MAG VAMPIRIC 010 ATX Mid Tower Case -
    Power Supply EVGA GD (2019) 600 W 80+ Gold Certified ATX Power Supply $69.00 @ BPC Technology
    Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts
    Total $1161.66
    Generated by PCPartPicker 2021-09-14 17:25 AEST+1000
    • +2

      err, GPU? :)

      • +6

        They seemingly left that out so you can guage the value of the GPU versus buying one yourself.

        To put simply, you're spending a little under $1100 for the GPU here. Normally the 3070 is worth around $1600, though if you look around hard enough, can be found around $1450. On a good special it's a little below $1200 but nothing like that seems to exist right now.

        So in terms of value versus building something similar yourself, its actually pretty good, the issue is the CPU/mobo is outdated hardware, still premium though, but lacks a few modern updates like PCIe4 I'd imagine.

        • I bought a 3070ti for $1300 a few days ago.

          • +1

            @mrtee: Techfast deal from last week? I'm annoyed that I missed that.

            Haven't seen anything close to that since then.

            Got my eyes on:
            3060ti, haven't seen below $1050.
            6700xt, $1100.
            If I caught either below 900, I'd jump on it without a second thought.

            & the cheapest I've actively seen the 3070 was $1400. I don't really want to spend more than $1200 for that- MAYBE close to that for the ti variant.

            • @ChristopherJack: Yes, and I did see a similar deal on eBay but I think there were like 4 cards bcoz it sold out quickly.

    • i agree, its usually 99.9999999999999999999999% cheaper if you build it yourself.

  • Alder Lake CPUs are coming soon. Shall I wait?

    • +5

      then should you wait for the 40xx gpus

      • +2

        Then you'll have to wait for ryzen 6000

    • +1

      In this busy market, new hardware is going to cost more- leaving older hardware at relatively the same price so in terms of value, you won't be gaining that much unless you catch something on clearance.

  • anyone have experience with BPC?

    • +4

      I've had a great experience. Fast replies via messaging. Fast dispatch. Had the PC within a week shipped out to NSW. Clean cabling as well. Bought V2 of this PC. Same specs, different case and was approx. $100 cheaper (June 2021)

      Edit this one

      • I got the same version as you & their communication has been excellent… No problems with my pc… very happy

    • +2

      actually replies to their emails and follows up via phone unlike techslow

    • +1

      I've had a mixed experience - took 2 weeks and multiple follow up calls to get a reply and quote from my initial email (after they advised me to send it through). This delay meant I missed out on some bundled specials, so the final price ended up being higher than anticipated. Some staff weren't so knowledgeable, others have been great and very helpful. Took about 3 weeks (and more follow ups) before it was shipped. They used AusPost which I wasn't impressed with, and delivery is looking like it'll take a week. Hoping it arrives safely.

  • +1

    MSI GeForce RTX 3070 $1,599

    graphics card these days are so expensive thanks to ETH mining

    • I know. I want to mine too but hardware are too expensive.

  • Any deals on a similar spec but with a ryzen?

  • $2400 including win 10 plus wifi…. plus delivery? Hmmmmmm….

  • Nvidia has a 650W Min requirement for 3070s.

    This PSU is not big enough. Should really be a 750W +

    • +2

      As long as you are not overclocking the GPU or CPU, this system will pull about 450watts at max load of both CPU+GPU, a condition people rarely meet but its certainly possible.. that leaves 150w for random spikes. Should be fine. that said you wouldn't want to OC the 3070 or the CPU (motherboard is garbage tier so the CPU overclocking is out of the question anyway…)

  • -1

    600W? who screwed up this build, no wonder its not sale. lol

    • 600w is more than enough. I'm running a 3070+2060 super and a 9900kf off a 550w

  • This is the second BPC build I've looked at in the last couple of days pictured with the AIO installed with tubes up top. Hoping they don't actually ship this way.

  • seems to be $2269 now

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