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Gaming PCs: RTX 3080, B560/B550 MB, 16GB 3200MHz RAM, 500GB NVMe SSD, 750W PSU, 10400F $1995 / 5600X $2095 + Delivery @ TechFast

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Remember this deal that got 373 votes?. As well as incorporating a spicy MS dancing meme, I think it is my record. Well after much arm twisting, several wet willies and one or two atomic wedgies, we got suppliers back to 3080 launch pricing, with a better spec.

Intel Core i5 10400F RTX 3080 Gaming PC: $1995 after 10400F-3080-MARCH

  • Core i5 10400F processor (i7 10700F upgrade available)
  • RTX 3080 10GB LHR graphics card (Gainward Phoenix in use)
  • B560 motherboard (MSI and Gigabte in use, specify preference if you have one and we'll accommodate while stock is on hand; upgrades also available)
  • 16GB 3200MHz RAM (2x8, brand/model may vary)
  • 500GB NVMe m.2 SSD (brand/model may vary)
  • 750W Gold PSU (Gigabyte/MSI in use, specify preference and we'll accommodate while stock is on hand)
  • MSI MAG Forge 100R case

AMD Ryzen 5 5600X RTX 3080 Gaming PC: $2095 after 5600X-3080-MARCH

  • Ryzen 5 5600X processor (limited 5800X upgrades available)
  • RTX 3080 10GB LHR graphics card (Gainward Phoenix in use)
  • Gigabyte B550M DS3H motherboard (upgrades also available)
  • 16GB 3200MHz RAM (2x8, brand/model may vary)
  • 500GB NVMe m.2 SSD (brand/model may vary)
  • 750W Gold PSU (Gigabyte/MSI in use, specify preference and we'll accommodate while stock is on hand)
  • MSI MAG Forge 100R case

10400F orders will go straight into build, 5600X either late this week into next week.

For the HODLers out there, I get where you're coming from. Prices have definitely dropped. But, petrol just went to $2.21 a litre here in Adelaide. This will happen elsewhere nationally and internationally, and have an impact on shipping costs from component manufactuers in SE Asia over to Australia, as well as local distribution. I'm just saying, those higher up the supply chain don't need much of an excuse to raise prices back up, or at the very least stop dropping to offset increased prices elsewhere.

Other deals

  • i5-10400F, RTX 3060 Ti, B560M DS3H MB, 16GB 3200MHz RAM, 500GB NVMe SSD, 650W Bronze PSU: $1499
  • RTX 3070 Ti, B560/B550 MB, 16GB RAM, 500GB NVMe SSD, 750W PSU, i5 10400F: $1688 / R5 5600X: $1788
  • i7 12700F, RTX 3080 10GB, B660 AX MB, 16GB 3200MHz RAM, 1TB NVMe SSD, 750W Gold PSU: $2588

Cheers
Luke

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  • Wrong price in description for 5600X build :)

    • Fixed thanks 🙏

      • I think the code needs to be updated as well for the 5600X build

        • +17

          Fixed, thank you OzProofing community.

  • +4

    Nice…

    Any chance if 12th Gen builds?

    • +11

      no youd think a better spec motherboard - ascending

      • +2

        I like my motherboards with an accent.

  • +2

    good price, are you going to do any builds with i9 12th gen/3080?

    • +2

      This is the second request for 12th Gen i9. My reply the first time was that there's generally not enough interest/volume for us to do our thing with R9/i9 builds. If I get more interest, we can definitely look more into it

      • Maybe add an option on the webpage?

        • +1

          I'd offer a higher tier base motherboard with this chip, so wouldn't work as an upgrade on the i7 variant. Would need to be a standalone product. As it is, we haven't ordered any i9 chips yet. We do have the Z690 Tomahawk WiFi on hand which would be a good base board.

  • Pre covid prices!

    • +5

      Got my 3600/3080 build this Price September 2020. Loved every second of it.

    • +3

      finally, several weeks ago 3080 on its own is $2k+, now the whole rig is cheaper.

  • -2

    Oh Luke you're from Adelaide? my condolences.
    These system prices are making me hold off for sure, not because I am a holder but I would rather buy a whole new rig than just a GPU alone, I want a dedicated editing rig and one of these will do nicely.
    Looking forwards to further deals in the future, now I just have to save that extra.

  • +1

    Wow under $2k for whole build of 3080 cheaper than a ripoff GPU by itself few months ago.

  • +1

    Hey Luke,

    Which AMD X570 would you use if we upgraded the motherboard?
    Appreciate all your hard work mate!

    Cheers

    • +1

      Giga X570 S UD. The X570 + PCIE WiFi option will be that board with the Gigabyte Aorus WBAX1200 PCIE network card.

  • +1

    Would 750w PSU be enough when running a 10700 i7 and a 3080?

  • +1

    Good price, I paid for about $300 extra 2,3 weeks ago with the same build.

  • A mate ordered the 3070 deal yesterday. Could they get in touch if they'd rather switch to the 3080?

    • Yep but they'd want to be quick, queues are short at the moment so may already be built/in build. [email protected]

  • +4

    Does that mean that you might have individual 3080 10gb's on sale for launch prices?

    • +1

      I know a bloke who has a 1060 he wants to get rid of

  • +1 for the help with a return, good work lads

  • Whats the leed time at the minute?
    Thanks

    • +1

      Single digit days

  • +2

    Hey Luke, is it possible to Click and Collect in Adelaide?

    • We haven't reactivated local pickup, sorry.

  • +1

    This deal breaks my heart when I just got the same machine 2 weeks ago for $400 more. :(

    • +4

      I got the same during boxing day sales for $200 more but just remember with tech in general, prices will always go down. Just enjoy your pc :)

      • https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/674093 yeah I paid 2800 after upgrades to this https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/674093 offer on boxing day that was 2388… now 2095 - so 300 more, but I have had it since mid January, so two months, 150 per month.. probably 100 more per month once you add build time and shipping… meh. not bad depreciation as the other machine was dead

        Happy with Techfast.

        • You're right, closer to $300. Mine arrived Feb 18th feb despite being a early-mid jan order. I've only had mine for under a month. It is what it is.. Kinda annoying but what can you do other than just enjoy it

  • +3

    I might be alone here, but I'd love to see an ITX SFF build offered!

    • You’re not alone!

    • would love that too

  • Will there be any deals to rival BPC’s 3060 build anytime soon?

    • +2

      We're looking at that price point and below, yep

  • +3

    Serves me right for not HODLing :(

    • +2

      Same here man. Paid $500 more for exactly this a month ago from Techfast and he's telling people not to hold lol

      • +1

        I built my own system with a 5600X and a 3060 Ti for $300 more :')

      • Wait until end of FY, you'll be even more disappointed.

        There's no point feeling bad about it if you've already bought it.

  • best MB for the 5600X deal? just after some comparisons happy to spend if i need to. cheers

    • +1

      Keen to know this too!

    • +1

      Any b550 can run a 5600X with no issues, so it really depends on what other features you need (wifi, usb ports, etc..)

      • if i can spend even 100 dollars and it will future proof my board that bit more! im happy too!

        MSI PRO-VDH B550M Wi-Fi [M-ATX] Motherboard (+$39.00)
        MSI MPG B550 Gaming Plus [ATX] Motherboard (+$99.00)
        AMD X570 [ATX] Motherboard (+$159.00)
        AMD X570 [ATX] Motherboard + PCIE WiFi (+$199.00)

        its more for performance or longevity reasons, quality at a good price point too… if you think its worth it ill invest

        • Performance is nearly the same, longevity is negligible as AMD is releasing a new socket later this year.

  • +1

    Just talked to [email protected] regarding my 3070ti order (ordered yesterday)
    asking for a gpu replace in to 3080 instead, and they ask me to put another one to secure my order meanwhile they cancel and waiting my money to get refunded.

    It is not possible for me to just put money ontop of it, rather than running around wasting more time ?

    • It might make more sense on their back-end doing a new sale rather than hodgepodging an upgrade.

  • Got the table of prices for each part?

  • Soon they'll be handing out 3080's like hand-sanitiser 😲

  • I can personally vouch for techfast back to base warranty and service.

  • +1

    F

  • +1

    cannot HODL anymore, just placed an order :)

  • Just sent an email regarding my 3070ti order that I placed on tuesday and if it's possible to cancel that and buy this 3080 system instead.

  • +2

    For the HODLers out there, I get where you're coming from. Prices have definitely dropped. But, petrol just went to $2.21 a litre here in Adelaide. This will happen elsewhere nationally and internationally, and have an impact on shipping costs from component manufactuers in SE Asia over to Australia, as well as local distribution. I'm just saying, those higher up the supply chain don't need much of an excuse to raise prices back up, or at the very least stop dropping to offset increased prices elsewhere.

    I think it's rather dangerous for a business to be making price predictions to their customers who will not be all too pleased should such projections not eventuate.

    Plus, unless rising oil prices cause Ethereum to rise with it, the overall impact will be marginal on PC hardware.

    • +5

      I thought it was a helpful comment.

      PC prices may drop, but supply lines are buggered, and very expensive… Russia crosses 11 time zones and has caused mass rerouting of cargo planes… and those costs of planes and ships and lack of containers and backlogs are going to add cost to the base products…

      horses for courses, but sometimes I prefer people to have a point of view. Our political leadership…er political management rather… in Oz lacks the bravery to take positions on the important topics…

      • +3

        But what's the cost of shipping a GPU, SSD, CPU, etc… compared to a car, fridge, washing machine, etc…? Not a whole lot. So the rationale is nonsensical.

        Even if shipping costs went up 500%, you would still except GPUs to keep coming down given how much they still cost over MSRP despite the crypto crash, crypto mining difficulty, scheduled ETH merge, next generation only a few months away and the next generation performance gains.

        However, all of this is rather immaterial. The main point was telling people to buy now, because prices might go back up again, seems like a risky sales tactic unless you are in possession of asymmetrical information pointing to this occurring. I would also suggest that artificial scarcity marketing is something I would expect our current political management to employ, and we will see lots of it over the course of the next few months.

    • +5

      He’s a salesperson, it’s his job to move units. He’s allowed to say whatever he wants in order to do that, and it’s your job to make up your own mind whether you agree with him.

    • +3

      Just vote with your money. Not many people would actually take it into account anyways, they'll buy now, complain when it gets cheaper, or they'll wait, and wish they bought now when the prices go up.

  • Any reason why they dont take Paypal payments?

    • Probably paypal fees

  • 120/240mm cooler or don't need one (for 5600x)?

    • +1

      Stock cooler got to 90+ degrees for me. I got an upgraded one as soon as I could. Definitely need one, not sure which one to answer you question. I got a Be Quiet Dark Rock 4 Fan cooler and temps sit comfortably at 70 under load now

  • "120/240mm cooler or don't need one (for 5600x)"

    I purchased a similar build with 5600x (stock cooler ) 2 years ago advertised on oz bargains from TechFast.
    Before the crazy costs of gpus.

    I did the below
    https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/jpfsv3/high_temps_ryze...

    "A lot of you asking me if I found solution for high temps. Be sure to follow this steps to reduce your CPU temperatures without losing performance.
    1.)enter BIOS
    2.) find Core Voltage(it can be also named Vcore,VDCCR CPU Voltage..) and change from "AUTO" to 1.2V.
    3.) set your CPU Clock Speed from "AUTO" to 4.5GHz (BIOS can offer you some speeds which appear like 45,45.25 etc.)
    4.) Don't forget to save changes and then exit BIOS"

    Temps dont reach above 75 degree on max load at 2k gaming.
    I only did steps 1,2 and 4. i left my Cpu clock speed at default

    Hope this helps afew people
    My fasttech build is close to 2 years old is going strong no issues.

    • You're limiting your performance though, it goes up to 4650mhz from my experience. It's a good solution if you don't want to spend more but you're also limiting your CPU performance

  • Wowee price.
    Don’t think I can resist..
    4000 series just around the corner…right??

    • +3

      Except that corner is 15 blocks down. 😂

  • This other deal also has CPU Intel Core i5 10400F and 16GB RAM, 500GB HDD
    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/687449

    I can only see the main difference being the GPU, for this deal it's RTX 3080 10GB vs. GPU RTX 3060 12GB

    Any other differences?

    If only the GPU, it is worth the price difference?

  • I'm looking at the 5600X build..

    Can someone explain the difference in potential use cases the optional MoBo upgrade provides in this rig?

    Looking at the stock B550M DS3H vs X570 upgrade (My rig will stay connected via Ethernet, and on the off chance i needed a temporary wifi solution, I'd either buy a card or usb dongle)

    So I'm wondering about pci lanes and bandwidth, which i barely understand. At this point I'd like to have the option of adding a 2nd SSD nvme for dual OS.. Am i right in my understanding that pcie 4.0 vs 3.0 is only a compromise in transfer rate?

  • Just wondering, with these prices, is it reasonable to buy one with the intent of selling the rest and keeping the GPU? Or not worth the effort as the rest of the system is basic? Is the CPU up to match the 3080?
    Given I can also claim the tax a new system

  • +1

    Hi, I was wondering whether we could buy this build with a different case? I'm really interested to buy the 5600x build, with a 240mm cooler, 1tb m.2 nvme ssd, and msi pro vdh wifi MOBO added on, but was wondering if i could have it built in something like a corsair 4000d airflow (black colour) case? I just feel like all your builds coming in the same MSI case that i dont particularly love (though it's not bad) is the only thing that always puts me off your builds. GREAT price btw, thanks for doing what you're doing

    • +4

      We don’t have any other case options available at the moment. I will see what supply is like for next week as I’m getting a few requests.

      • Thanks for replying so quick. If you could let us know on what you can do asap that would be great because I don't want to miss out on this deal!

        Cheers

      • I have placed an order for the 5600x build and would also like to avail of a different case if available.

      • Would love a different case option too

      • Hi again, any news on the cases for the week? Would be cool if you could do something like a phanteks p360a or a corsair 4000d airflow. Thanks

  • I have been holding off on completing my order for the i5 build all day but couldn't resist any longer!
    Been hanging out for 3080 goodness for so long and it's finally at a decent price.
    Time to put the 1080 to bed and see what this ray tracing is all about!

  • Hi again, any news on the cases for the week? Would be cool if you could do something like a phanteks p360a or a corsair 4000d airflow. Thanks

  • Bought one with the AMD X570 + PCIE WiFi (+$199.00) and got 2 mates to buy the exact same thing. Keen af ty for this deal bro appreciate it.

  • Oh man, Im going to be in the market in about 6 weeks…

  • +1

    Has anyone received their 5600X build yet? Just wondering how long lead times are on average. Ordered mine on the 17th and haven't received an update yet, it's my first upgrade in nearly a decade so I'm just getting a little eager hahahha

    • +2

      We're hoping to finalise this entire batch by the end of this week. If not then early next.

      • Sounds good, cheers!

  • How loud are these fellows when on full throttle?

    Can this be built to be silent if money was not an issue? If so how much? ;)

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