Gaming PC: RTX 4070, Ryzen 5 7500F, 500GB M.2, 16GB 5200MHz DDR5 RAM, MSI A620M-E, MSI 650W $1588 + $50 Del @ Nebula PC


Morning OzBargain,

Thank you all for your huge support on our 7800X3D + RTX 4080 deal, we've nearly sold out all our stock in just a day!

Today we're bringing back a classic RTX 4070 rig that will smash 1440P gaming with our Black Friday deals.

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Gaming PC: RTX 4080 16GB, Ryzen 7 7800X3D, 1TB Gen4 M.2, 32GB 6000MHz RAM, MSI B650M-P, 850W 80+Gold $2998 + $50 Del @ Nebula PC - 4K gaming performance!
Gaming PC: RX 7800XT 16GB, Ryzen 5 7500F, 500GB M.2, 32GB 5200MHz DDR5 RAM, MSI A620M-E, 650W $1548 + $50 Del @ Nebula PC - Super Popular 1440P Rig
Gaming PC: RTX 4070 Ti 12GB, Ryzen 5 7500F, 500GB M.2, 16GB 5200MHz DDR5 RAM, MSI A620M-E, 750W $1888 + $50 Del @ Nebula PC
Gaming PC: RTX 4060 8GB, Ryzen 5 5500, 500GB M.2, 16GB 3200MHz RAM, ASUS A520M-E, MSI 650W PSU $948 + $50 Del @ Nebula PC - 1080P Gaming Machine

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  • All necessary drivers and software installed
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  • 3 years return to base warranty and lifetime support included on all purchases
  • All PCs shipped are packaged carefully – no internals can move during transit as we use protective packaging around all parts inside along with fragile stickers and tape all over your box
  • Your PC is built with passion, we don’t take shortcuts and keep all cabling tidy whether you can see them or not

Introducing the Raze – RTX 4070
GPU - PNY VERTO Dual 4070 OC - 12GB
CPU - AMD Ryzen 5 7500F | 6 Cores | 3.7 GHz (Max 5 GHz)
CPU Cooler – AMD Wraith Stealth Cooler
Motherboard – MSI PRO A620M-E DDR5
RAM – Corsair Vengeance 16GB (2x8GB) 5200MHz DDR5
SSD – 500GB PNY CS1031 M.2 NVMe (R: 2200MB/s | W: 1200MB/s)
PSU - MSI MAG A650BN 650W 80+ Bronze
Case - DarkFlash DLM200 Mid Tower - Black 4ARGB Fans (upgrade to Lian Li Lancool 216 and DeepCool Matrexx 50 available)

Below is the PCPartPicker list and prices for this build:

PCPartPicker Part List

Type Item Price
CPU AMD Ryzen 5 7500F 3.7 GHz 6-Core Processor $309.00
Motherboard MSI PRO A620M-E Micro ATX AM5 Motherboard $139.00 @ Centre Com
Memory Corsair Vengeance 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR5-5200 CL40 Memory $99.00 @ Computer Alliance
Storage PNY CS1031 500 GB M.2-2280 PCIe 3.0 X4 NVME Solid State Drive $48.00 @ JW Computers
Video Card PNY VERTO GeForce RTX 4070 12 GB Video Card $899.00 @ Centre Com
Power Supply MSI MAG A650BN 650 W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Power Supply $78.00 @ Centre Com
Custom DarkFlash DLM200 $89.00
Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts
Total $1661.00
Generated by PCPartPicker 2023-11-19 11:48 AEDT+1100

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    • +8

      Maybe try applying the discount code?

    • Yes, please use OZB_RAZE_SPECIAL in checkout.

  • Intel CPUs listed but no motherboards for Intel? May want to remove or add respectively

    • +2

      Config error, fixing that now.

      Edit: Ah, it's because the only Intel motherboard we have is ATX in size, the DLM200 case is mATX. Just have to switch up a case to ATX size and the Intel motherboard will show up.

  • Does this one has wifi 6? Thanks

    • No?

      Also this board only has one M2 slot, which you presumably would use for the included nvme SSD.

      Which leaves you to use the pci-e 1x slot, assuming that it isn't blocked by GPU. (Although I'd worry about the airflow too?)

    • It does not, you’ll need to upgrade the board or select a Wi-Fi adaptor on the system builder. We have both PCIE and USB ones that support Wi-Fi 6.

  • Will this fit my pcie wifi card?

    • Yes, depending on the thickness of your wifi card it will fit. Our ASUS and TP-Link PCIE card fit perfect :).

  • Will the RTX 4070 be sufficient for 4k on Microsoft Flight Simulator?

    • +3

      It will not, it will most definitely struggle. I’d strongly recommend our 4K rig with the RTX 4080. This rig will be better suited for 1440P gaming.

      • +2

        Thanks for the quick response

  • Just copped one, cheers!

    • +1

      Thanks legend!

  • Would this build or the 4080 be recommended for 1440p gaming? Mainly cod/wz, I want to be able to hit over 200 fps @ 1440p if it’s possibly with either of these builds

    • Better the card, the higher the fps.

    • Check out some benchmark. I don't think you need a 4080 for 1440P

      By the way based on my knowledge. Cod favor amd GPU by a lot

      • Thanks, yeah that's what I recall seeing earlier this year.. I think it was the 7900 XTX had higher fps than 4090

        • +1

          Check out this site for a ballpark figure on how much FPS you'd get -

          Warzone is quite demanding and getting 200+ FPS will be hard on this rig. You'd be getting in the 100-150FPS range with this system. In general, this system will be great for 1440P gaming, but if you want 200+ on max settings for Warzone it won't be suitable. I'd recommend our 4080 + 7800X3D Deadlock rig which is double the price unfortunately.

    • Can you feel the difference between 150fps and 200+ fps?

      Are you playing competitive??

      • Just regular multiplayer but every bit counts when you're vs wannabe twitch streamers every match. I haven't experienced it myself but friends on PC say they noticed the difference going from 120 on PS5 to 200+ on PC.

        • Thanks.

          I play Rocket League and have noted a difference between playing on switch (connected to TV, I suspect it's 60fps and maybe variable) and PC with wired controller. (165FPS constant without any variation and probably low input lag)

          It's a very subtle difference though.

  • Hi,

    Will I be able to play 1440p smoothly on a 85" Samsung Tv with this pc?


    • Yes

      • Also Will games look good on 85" TV?

        Or do you suggest something else?

        Thanks as im planning to buy one.

        • No it won't, not if it's 1440P. Usually, those size TVs are 4K to the best of my knowledge.

          I would suggest a 1440P monitor no more than 32"s.

  • Would this build be good enough for AI-related work (including but not limited to generating high-resolution images etc)? Thanks!

    • Yes for light AI work, you'll need beefier VRAM from my understanding.

      • Thanks, do you have any recommendations?

  • 8GB DDR5 (per stick) have x16 bitwidth, which contains half the bank group amount than normal x8 width chips, and the random access performance SUCKS

    layman terms this RAM will cause your game FPS stutters and fluctuate way much more than if you had 16G*2 RAM with the same frequency/timing.

    so $100 less than retail parts price, build and (hopefully) tested

    but forced to bundle with x16 bandwidth RAM (read: shit performance), and a super low-end motherboard…

    also a sub-par CPU cooler, but at least that comes free (if you are confident enough to replace it yourself…..)

    Objectively speaking, the reset of the parts arn't bad at all. but little saving at the cost of bundling bad parts

    • +1

      Can upgrade to a 32GB kit :). Understand the 16GB kit isn't the best or the cooler, that's why we provide the upgrade options.

      • I don't see cooler upgrade option at all.

        RAM upgrade is fair, extra $80 for a 6000 kit is about retail price difference, so is mobo upgrade, $50 extra for a entry level B650m —- still not great but passable.

        with both upgrade considered, the spec is far more reasonable,

        $100 saving for a reasonable PC is not bad, consider it's build and (hopefully) tested.

        • It's just in the support section then the CPU cooler.

          Of course, all parts are tested before being despatched, your test result will be saved to your desktop to view.

    • How are you forced to bundle with anything? They provide upgrades at reasonable prices if you want to go that route and you can just leave it at the base model if you don’t want to upgrade.

      • if you have see my later comment you will know that I have only then found out about they don't have ridiculously priced upgrade, and you should also observe I have up voted this deal.

        Although I still don't think having a rubbish base unit is a good practice.

  • I don’t know much about computers but am looking to buy a pc in the $1500 range, how does this compare to the techfast deal?

    • It depends on your priorities, for us, we provide 3 years warranty and try our best to provide the best service.

      If you're price-driven, I strongly suggest you go with the link you shared. They are very good at what they do with pricing :).

  • How long after orders and payment do you typically send the PC out and send a communication?

    • +1

      7-10 business days your PC will be built and despatched/ready for pick up. You'll receive an email as soon as it's passed our internal QC steps :).

    • +1

      FYI that I ordered the 20th and it shipped the 4th. So they took the full 10 business days. I had a few bits customised though, so I'd think an off the shelf machine would be quicker.

      Shipping was crazy quick btw. Shipped the 4th from Sydney and received yesterday morning in Brisbane.

      Packed well and the build, cabling etc chef's kiss

  • Would you be able to tell me if : FENVI PCIE Wireless WiFi Adapter would fit this


    • To the best of my knowledge, it will be very tight with an A620, it'd be right up against the GPU fan with a 4070. For the B650M-P there's more space to play with and should fit. I am unfamiliar with the PCIE adaptor so please don't take my word for it. Our ASUS AX3000 PCIE adaptors fit with both boards with a 4070.

      • Thanks for the explanation. Got one of my mate to buy this pc :)

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