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Gaming Desktop PC with AMD Ryzen 5 3600, RTX 3080 10GB, 16GB RAM, 500GB M.2 NVMe SSD $2799 + Delivery @ TechFast

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FB3600-3800

Saw on Facebook and thought it was a decent deal in current climate.

Estimated Dispatch Times
TechFast Express PCs: Next Business Day
Customisable PCs: 3-5 Business Days

SKU :3600-Forge-B550-3080-163200-480-750G-FB

Base Specification
Processor: AMD Ryzen 5 3600 Processor
Processor Cooling: Standard Fan CPU Cooler
Case: MSI MAG Forge 100R [ATX] Case
Motherboard: AMD B550M [M-ATX] Motherboard
Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 10GB LHR Graphics Card
Memory: 16GB [3200MHz] DDR4 RAM (2 x 8GB Modules)
Operating System SSD: 500GB M.2 [NVMe] Solid State Drive
Hard Disk Drive: 1TB Hard Disk Drive
Power Supply: 750W 80 Plus Gold Power Supply
Operating System Activation: No Operating System Activation
Networking: On-Board [Wired] Ethernet Port

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Comments

  • +19

    F you techfast, the other day regular price for 3080 5600x was $2998๐Ÿ‘

    • +5

      They tech it down to another level quite fast

  • +4

    Wouldn't a R5 3600 make the 3080 a bit of a waste?

    • +4

      Nope,more than enough CPU power

      • +1

        At higher frames the 3600 may struggle to keep up.

      • -1

        Noway near enough cpu power the 3600 bottlenecks a 2080 at 1440p if you get this rig plan to upgrade your cpu

        • 4k.

        • Not true

        • I have a 3600xt and 2080 and do not experience any bottlenecks. The 3600 + 2080 is perhaps the perfect combination in terms of equality if you only target 1440p 165. With a 3080 the CPU would only be a bottleneck at 1080 200+ frames. At higher res's it becomes 100% GPU with a 3600.

    • my apologies, read 5600. In CPU limited scenarios most 1080 and some 1440,yes too little cpu power

      • Yep, won't take full advantage of the 3080

    • this information can be find like everywhere on youtube here one example:
      https://youtu.be/PSxuiWih_Z8?t=787

      TLTR: it varies for the use case, for gaming, it's more than enough, particularly at higher resolution 1440p above where is more GPU intensive.

  • -3

    Got a FHR 3080 pls?

  • +4

    Give Jack my regards

    • +1

      Uncle Jack also gives you his…

    • Tech jacks fast

  • +2

    Man why a R5 3600 for a 3080. Definitely a bottleneck as this video shows it - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XEqv5wT-gtQ

    An R5 5600x would be a lot better and only cost 60$ more. I was able to snatch a 5600x for the price of a 3600 thanks to Ozbargain.

    • +6

      You don't get a 3080 to play at 1080 its much less of a bottleneck at 1440

      • +2

        True but how insane would it be to get a 3080 when you're even uttering the word CPU bottleneck at 1440p. This build doesn't make much sense to me, the CPU definitely needs to be better, or at least switch it to a 3070 and save loads of money. Ultimately you're just going to upgrade that CPU anyways so may as well get something that'll last a while in the 5600x.

      • -1

        Actually bro if you want 360hz you would get a 3080 so please donโ€™t talk for everyone this is a huge bottleneck for most ppl

        • -1

          All about that hz.

          When your screen is faster than your brain/reactions it's all placebo, baby

      • -1

        as competitive fps player……..
        this is a huge bottleneck….

  • +1

    Sorry for basic question: Do gaming computers have GPU?

    • +2

      yes

      • +1

        What is the GPU type for this one?

        • +1

          Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 10GB LHR Graphics Card

        • +6

          GPU type: good

  • is it worth or not? heard horrible things about techfast but price is tempting..

    • Anything without a brand is going to be bottom of the barrel brand for cheapest pricing.

      So in this deal, itโ€™s everything except the processor.

    • I bought the 10400F/3060 deal. Took a while to come in but they were pretty up front about delays and it arrived with everything working.

      YMMV but I have no issues, if you're someone that knows a bit about building a rig I don't think you'll have issues.

  • +4

    bought this at start of yr for 2100 lol

  • +1

    I am starting to think to build my own PC instead.
    Been waiting for a really decent Techfast deals but none was to my liking.

    • +2

      Their deals have never been much cheaper than building your own, the only reason it's popular is because it's the only way to get a GPU in stock.

      If you are capable of building your own, you should

      • Or if you have no time or are too lazy.

        Aka menulog uber eats customers.

  • Bought cpu/gpu bundle from Techfast with no issues, this is a good deal to get a 3080 in this climate surely!

  • Can you still get them to send you the system unassembled in retail boxes?

  • +2

    terrible vendor with bad customer service

  • what 3080 do they use?

    • LHR

    • They give you a random one.

      Graphics Cards: Galax, MSI, Gigabyte, Gainward, ASUS, Biostar, Colorful, Inno3D, other TechFast-approved - all used as often as each other

  • Code not work for me ???

  • Bought a pc from them as EOFY deal. Took 2 months to deliver. Review of this joint is below average.
    https://www.productreview.com.au/listings/techfast

  • I have an r5 3600x with a 3080. Play at 2k res on a blend of ultra/high. I would say the CPU limitations are… limited.

  • +1

    can you mine bitcoin with this one?
    asking for a friend

  • -2

    I'm close to finish my second PhD. Now I think it is time for some rest. Buy this and rock!

  • Not necessarily a bottleneck, but the 1% and 0.1% lows and stuttering would be more noticeable on a 3600 compared to a 5600x.

  • +1

    I dodged one of their deal and switch to BPC for faster wait time (and actual brands of what im getting). TBH, even the market is still awful now, you should consider building your own system, rather than these deals, it's not that cheaper by any means (

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