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AMD Ryzen 5 7500F CPU, ASUS TUF A620M Wi-Fi/BT Motherboard & ADATA XPG LANCER RGB 32GB DDR5 RAM $628 + $20 Delivery @ Nebula PC


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Gaming PCs: R7 7500F, RTX 4080 SUPER, 32GB DDR5, 1TB: $2528 | R7 7800X3D, RTX 4080 SUPER, 32GB DDR5: $2888 + $50 Del @ Nebula PC
Gaming PC: RTX 4070 SUPER 12GB, R5 7500F, MSI 500GB M.2, 16GB 5600MHz, MSI A620M-E, 650W PSU $1628 + $50 Del @ Nebula PC
Gaming PC: RTX 4070 SUPER 12GB, Ryzen 5 5600, MSI 500GB M.2, 16GB RAM, Gigabyte B550M K, 650W PSU $1448 + $50 Del @ Nebula PC
Gaming PCs: R5 7500F, RTX 4070 Ti SUPER 16GB $1988 | R7 7800X3D, RTX 4070 Ti SUPER 16GB, Wi-Fi/BT: $2428 + $50 Del @ Nebula PC
Gaming PC: RTX 4060 8GB, R5 5500, 500GB M.2, 16GB RAM, 550W PSU $888 + $50 Del

Hi OzBargain,

You ask, we listen! Today we have an upgrade bundle of parts instead of full systems, we have come up with an OzBargain exclusive special that is well below the lowest market price. We've priced this bundle to be $69 less than the lowest retail price with the CPU, RAM and motherboard only in the bundle. You can create your own bundle, add an SSD, PSU and more if you'd like! To my knowledge, there aren't other bundles I could find online priced as sharp as ours with similar parts.

You have the option to add a Super GPU also - this is also the absolute lowest price in the market (to the best of my knowledge). Not to be purchased individually, only available in the bundle.
4070 Super for $1050 - Lowest retail price is $1119
4070 Ti Super for $1399 - Lowest retail price is $1499

All parts are in stock and ready for despatch, once purchased it will be one business day despatch or pick up. Please ignore the website standard 7-10 business days ETA - this is only applicable for full systems.

AMD Ryzen 5 7500F Gaming Bundle: $628 after OZB_AM5_BUNDLE_DISCOUNT
  • CPU - AMD Ryzen 5 7500F | 6 Cores | 3.7 GHz (Max 5 GHz) - OEM Packaging (no retail box)
  • CPU Cooler – AMD Wraith Stealth Cooler
  • Motherboard – ASUS TUF GAMING A620M-PLUS WI-FI
  • RAM – ADATA XPG LANCER RGB 32GB (2x16GB) 5200MHz DDR5 - Black

PCPartPicker Part List

Type Item Price
CPU AMD Ryzen 5 7500F 3.7 GHz 6-Core Processor $309.00
Motherboard Asus TUF GAMING A620M-PLUS WIFI Micro ATX AM5 Motherboard $219.00 @ PCCaseGear
Memory ADATA XPG LANCER RGB 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR5-5200 CL38 Memory $169.00 @ Computer Alliance
Custom AMD Wraith Stealth Cooler
Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts
Total $697.00
Generated by PCPartPicker 2024-01-29 17:19 AEDT+1100

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closed Comments

  • +6

    I've been holding out for price drops on the 5800x3d or the 5700x3d to come out and you had to drop this into my decision making as well. Damn you!

    Great pricing.

    • +1


  • Can you add your own GPU? Have a rx 6600 currently

    • +1

      Yes it’s parts only, you can add your own GPU and use the parts however you’d like.

    • +8

      Yes, and it's recommended if you want visual output

  • +22

    Not as good of a deal as the upvotes imply, you can get a 7600 which is faster and with an igpu for $329 delivered, a better B650 mobo for under $200 and ddr5 6000 cl30 for around $150 (which is the minimum recommended speed for am5), so you if you hunt around you can get much better buys yourself for around the same price.

    • +1

      Provide links please

      • Not exactly the same but close and I think better value overall

      • +4

        Pretty easy to google, but ok

        7600: https://www.centrecom.com.au/amd-ryzen-5-7600-52-ghz-6-core-…

        B650: https://www.pccasegear.com/products/64090/gigabyte-b650m-gam…

        DDR5 6000 CL30: https://www.centrecom.com.au/gskill-trident-z5-rgb-32gb2x16g…

        Around the same price factoring in delivery and a faster system overall with an iGPU.

        • +2

          $679 + postage on the motherboard. Board only has two DIMM slots, one M.2 slot, no wifi 6 support or BT 5. And even if you want to use an iGPU, it only has one HDMI port.

          For the average person who's going to stick a GPU in it and play some games, where's the benefit in spending an extra $50?

          • +1

            @freefall101: You do not want more than 2 slots for DDR5 if you put more than 2 slots in you're limiting yourself to JDEC speeds and 2 slots allow for more memory oc headroom, the igpu is useful for debugging or in case your gpu goes bust, not to mention 7600 is marginally faster than 7500f even discounting the igpu, and take a look at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MOatIQuQo3s, ddr5 6000 cl30 frequently outperforms ddr5 5200 cl38 by 10~20% in video games, not to mention the hynix die will easily oc to 7000+ unlike this micron die which has no oc headroom at all.

            • +3

              @Kazusa: Not sure where you're seeing those 10-20% figures, but I'm also fairly certain that no one will be buying a $600 combo to tie with their 4090 and run games at 1080p to see how much they can stress test their RAM.

              And by marginally faster it's really marginally. We're talking some very CPU limited games that'll make use of that extra 100mhz.

        • +2

          Also worth noting that the 7500f is far cheaper from the distributor than any listed retail price.

    • -4

      I don’t think I’ve even bought anything off ozbargain for a year lol still waiting

      good comedy watching some of these ‘deals’ tho

    • +11

      PCPartPicker Part List

      Type Item Price
      CPU AMD Ryzen 5 7600 3.8 GHz 6-Core Processor $328.77 @ JW Computers
      Motherboard Gigabyte B650M GAMING WIFI Micro ATX AM5 Motherboard $189.00 @ Centre Com
      Memory Corsair Vengeance 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR5-5200 CL40 Memory $139.00 @ Amazon Australia
      Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts
      Total $656.77
      Generated by PCPartPicker 2024-01-29 18:34 AEDT+1100
    • What do you mean by a "better" B650 mobo? Take a look at what those $200 B650 motherboards actually include, none have the optional PCI-e 5.0 support, minimal number of ports (although they might support more) and they don't come with wifi/bt which is actually useful to most people (edit: I was wrong, the above have them but slower wifi/bt. And they lose an m.2 socket)

      I'd love to see DDR5 6000 CL30 for $150 too. Also 6000 isn't the minimum recommended speed at all, that's just made up.

      So yeah, pay $50 more using imaginary pricing to get nothing of value and lose wifi. Seems a great deal….

      • +2

        It has wifi and BT at least product page says so :

        AzureWave Wi-Fi AW-CB304NF (Realtek® RTL8821CE)
        - WIFI 802.11 a, b, g, n, ac, supporting 2.4/5 GHz Dual-Band
        - BLUETOOTH 4.2
        - Support for 11ac wireless standard
        (Actual data rate may vary depending on environment and equipment.)

        • I didn't see your post (it was a reply to the one above) but I'd still take faster wifi and the extra m.2 slot.

          A620 boards are a B650 board with less pci-e pipelines. Considering they've taken out a m.2 slot, haven't put in another PCI-e slot (in case someone decided to use it) and doesn't support the available extra USB ports, why is it better?

  • +1

    ADATA XPG LANCER RGB 32GB (2x16GB) 5200MHz DDR5 - Black

    micron b-die ics on these to whom it may concern, making them pretty miserable overclockers. unless you get very lucky and somehow score a bad batch of hynix a-die, i wouldn't count on these sticks going much quicker than what's advertised.

  • +2

    For extra $30-$40
    You get better CPU and better motherboard which will handle higher end cpus

    Not sure the deal is that great. I'm not thinking the above is worth it honestly.

    The OPs motherboard recommends max tdp of 65tdp so I guess anything beyond a 7700 is a no go or it will throttle power.
    I actually feel I want to give a neg. Which is unusual because I normally support this company. But the op deal is quite bad.

    • +8

      Ah I wish I could get grey stock pricing with Amazon, can’t beat what they do unfortunately. If it’s a bad deal for, you you can neg, I understand. It’s really hard to cater for this market. There are so many combinations and different needs from consumers. B650 motherboard can be less but has no Wi-Fi so I decided to go with the A620 Wi-Fi to get a wider audience. From what I can see in this fast paced market, everybody wants B650 series motherboards now. Definitely will take this into strong consideration for future deals :).

      • +2

        I don't do it out of respect to you. Because you are a genuinely nice guy.. and support is a factor..
        The ASRock pg is a pretty good mobo with built in wifi. Hence why I used a similar appeal.

        • +5

          Will always do better don’t worry brother!

    • +1

      and free delivery on those parts, too (cpu can be bought from centre con for a few cents more than jw and has free shipping)

    • This mobo is very good at this price tbh. Can handle 7950x without any issue so it’s defs a plus for future proofing

    • Looking to build a pc based of this spec.
      Could you do me a solid, and add your recommendation for psu, case, and nvidia gpu for 1080p+ gaming and some basic AI work? (16gb)
      Don't care about RGB stuff, but small case footprint would be great

      I've been out of the self build game for far too long and need all the help i can get

      • +1

        I built an itx system myself with a 3070
        I'm not in the AI building scene but a 4070 ti +/- super has a small footprint and good cooling for itx.
        If you want matx the above linked mobo will be good.
        I don't know much about AI
        But https://au.pcpartpicker.com/list/wqtsPF is a decently balanced 4k gaming build I put in there a 4080 based on your suggestion of a 16gb gpu. I would really wait for someone who knows the priorities of AI machine learning to provide more input.
        I've tried to keep footprint to a small microatx

  • What model 4070s?

    • PNY

  • +1

    Best around to get a pc built brilliant with support as well

  • +1

    Just received my PC from the $888 deal - I have to say, the cable management was absolutely flawless! Great job guys.

    • Thanks mate :D

  • -1

    This is what I would choose instead

    PCPartPicker Part List

    Type Item Price
    CPU AMD Ryzen 5 7600X 4.7 GHz 6-Core Processor $349.00 @ Centre Com
    Motherboard Asus TUF GAMING B650M-E WIFI Micro ATX AM5 Motherboard $289.00 @ BPC Technology

    Mobo cheaper at saveonit
    Memory | Corsair Vengeance RGB 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR5-6000 CL36 Memory | $165.00 @ Amazon Australia
    | Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts |
    | Total | $803.00
    | Generated by PCPartPicker 2024-01-30 03:09 AEDT+1100 |

    • Have to add CPU cooler to X series cpus

      • Why would you use the stock cooler anyway. Get an AIO

        • +1

          I'm not disagreeing but for cost transparency equivalence

  • +1

    Need a 4080 deal.

    • +2

      Supers releasing this week brother!

  • Too expensive.

  • This is awesome! Been hoping for a while for bundles to drop rather than full builds! :D great stuff Nebula!

  • I am reaching out to inquire about having a custom PC built that meets specific high-performance criteria. I have outlined the primary specifications below and would greatly appreciate your expertise in recommending additional components necessary to complete this build. My goal is to assemble a PC that excels in both professional workloads and gaming, with a focus on future-proofing and reliability.

    Core Requirements:
    1. CPU: Minimum 16 cores. I'm looking for something that can handle intensive multitasking and demanding applications with ease. If you have recommendations for a specific model that offers the best performance within this specification, I'd be keen to hear your advice.

    1. Memory (RAM): Minimum 32 GB. Speed and reliability are key, so suggestions for dual-channel configurations or specific brands that work well with the chosen CPU would be appreciated.

    2. Storage: Minimum 2TB NVMe SSD. I'm looking for fast read/write speeds to enhance overall system responsiveness and reduce loading times for applications and large datasets.

    3. Networking: Capable of supporting a bandwidth of at least 100MB/sec for high-speed internet and data transfer requirements.

    Request for Recommendations:
    - Motherboard: An option that supports the above CPU and memory specifications, with room for future upgrades and robust connectivity options.
    - Graphics Card (GPU): A powerful GPU that can handle 4K video editing, high-end gaming, and VR applications.
    - Power Supply Unit (PSU): A reliable and efficient power supply that can comfortably support all components, including potential future upgrades.
    - Case: A case that not only fits all the components but also supports good airflow and cooling solutions.
    - Cooling System: Recommendations for either air or liquid cooling systems that would best suit the build's performance and thermal requirements.
    - Any additional components you deem necessary for optimal performance and reliability.

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