Gaming PCs: R7 7800X3D | RX 7900 XTX: $2488, R7 5700X3D | RTX 4070 Ti Super: $1888 + Post @ TechFast

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Howdy folks,

With the newly release 5700X3D chip, there is some good pricing around so we thought we'd offer it with the new 4070 Ti Super and 4070 Super cards, for which this chip is a great pairing. Plus, a 7800X3D | 7900 XTX 4K banger:

AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D | RX 7900 XTX 24GB Gaming PC: $2488 after 7800X3D-7900XTX-FEB

  • AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D processor
  • AMD Radeon RX 7900 XTX 24GB (Sapphire and Gigabyte in use)
  • Deepcool AG400 air cooler
  • MSI B650M-P motherboard
  • AX3000 USB WiFi
  • 16GB 5200MHz RAM (Kingston and Team on hand)
  • 1TB Gen 4 NVMe SSD (Legend 800)
  • 850W Gold PSU (MSI on hand)
  • MSI Forge 112R case

AMD Ryzen 7 5700X3D | RTX 4070 Ti Super Gaming PC: $1888 after 5700X3D-4070TiS-FEB

  • AMD Ryzen 7 5700X3D processor
  • RTX 4070 Ti Super graphics card (PNY in use)
  • Deepcool AG400 air cooler
  • B550M motherboard (Asrock on hand)
  • 16GB 3200MHz RAM (ADATA on hand)
  • 1TB Gen 4 NVMe SSD (Legend 800)
  • 650W Bronze PSU (Gigabyte on hand)
  • MSI Forge 112R case

AMD Ryzen 7 5700X3D | RTX 4070 Super Gaming PC: $1688 after 5700X3D-4070S-FEB

  • AMD Ryzen 7 5700X3D processor
  • RTX 4070 Super graphics card (PNY in use)
  • Deepcool AG400 air cooler
  • B550M motherboard (Asrock on hand)
  • 16GB 3200MHz RAM (ADATA on hand)
  • 1TB Gen 4 NVMe SSD (Legend 800)
  • 650W Bronze PSU (Gigabyte on hand)
  • MSI Forge 112R case

Other deals

RTX 4080 Super Gaming PCs: i9-14900KF: $2888, i7-14700F: $2488, R7-7800X3D: $2599, R5-7500F: $2368
RTX 4070 Ti Super Gaming PCs: i9-14900KF 4070Ti Super $2628, R7 7800X3D 4070Ti Super $2328, R5 7500F 4070Ti Super $1888
RTX 4070 Super Gaming PCs: R5 7500F, RTX 4070 Super, B650 $1588 | R7 7800X3D, RTX 4070 Super, B650 $1928
RTX 4090 Gaming PCs: i9 4090 $4399, R7 X3D 4090 $3988, R7 3080 $1388
AMD GPU Gaming PCs: R5-7500F RX 7800 XT: $1488, R7-7800X3D RX 7900 XT: $2128 w/ 16GB RAM/1TB NVMe/750G PSU

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Caleb and Luke

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Comments

  • +1

    The links on the 5800X3D shows 5700X3D packages?

    • +2

      Fixed thanks!

  • +1

    Not buying one, but thumb up for Brands used info, RAM speed ect.

  • +1

    Gods thats a good price on the 7800X3D & RX 7900 XTX 24GB system

    Im building a pc and dont need AIO cooler case or psu but the price is almost the same as what I could get individually…am I missing something?

    • Perhaps the thing you're "missing" is they can get stuff at wholesale price, you pay retail. But most places that do pre-builts still charge much more than the total retail price for components, so I understand the confusion!

      • It depends on how much margin u want for each pre-built. Technically it makes sense since someone is building it for you (normal cost of building is around $200).

        • Im very tempted to order this (with more memory) and just put this in the monster case I already have. I can put my old 3070 dell xps in this case for better cooling) so thats not completely wasted.

  • Would the AMD Ryzen 7 5700X3D | RTX 4070 Super Gaming PC be enough to run triple screens on iracing and ACC?

  • 4070 Ti Super vs RX 7900 XTX system hmm..

    Which would people recommend to go with for 1440p Gaming and for someone who keeps their gaming pc's for a long time (upgradability)

    Looking to upgrade my GTX1080 pc, which I replaced with a Legion Slim 3060 Laptop more than a year ago :3

    • +8

      The 7800X3D 7900XTX will be far more upgradable in the long term. Newer socket means future generations of chips going on it vs AM4 being the end of the line now so unless AMD keeps releasing these 5XXX series chips you're not getting any better without a mobo swap. Also uses DDR5 instead of DDR4 so that's room for newer tech going forward if you want a RAM upgrade.

      Both will be good for 1440p but the 7900XTX closer rivals the 4080/4080 S than the 4070 Ti S. Nvidia has a track record of better proprietary features so if those interest you I'd go with green but otherwise the AMD system is more long term.

      • +2

        Exactly what harpspoce said

      • Thank you so much. That makes it easier to understand for a noob like me.

        In saying that… This 7900XTX system vs this 4080 Super System Posted in here since theyy're closer to specs and price. https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/829273

        What do you think?

        • +4

          Again it's really close, definitely look into current gen Nvidia vs AMD GPU features. The 4080S is also a newer card being Nvidia's refresh. If you really care about the Nvidia features you're paying a bit of a premium here but I'd still lean towards the 7900XTX system if you're not seriously wanting better ray tracing and DLSS & DLAA. This system also appears to have a better PSU. Either way you're going to want to upgrade the RAM - 16GB and relatively slow for DDR5 isn't something you want to stick with, use the savings from this system to get a better kit of memory imo.

          PS feel free to DM me if you want to keep discussing, rather not clog up the comment section :)

          • @harpsoce: for someone who doesn't know, do i want DLSS and DLAA?

        • +2

          Depend what is important to you, 7900xtx has 24gb VRAM and more raw power. 4080s RT performance is better and has DLSS 3 (16gb VRAM should be sufficient for few years, but who know?).
          Either, I will buy and replace 32gb 6000Mhz cl30 RAM from else where https://au.pcpartpicker.com/products/memory/#b=ddr5&Z=327680…. Sales the RAM come with it.

        • Im going AMD myself but either system is pretty damn fast.

        • +1

          Thanks guys! Did a bit more research and reviews too on Youtube. Cheers!

    • Basically if you just want raw performance at 2k then amd is better , if you play single player games more and want ray tracing , or you need the card for any work and VR then NVIDIA is better

  • Any chance of wifi mobo option? Thanks!

  • What is the current turnaround time? Also it would be great if RAM is upgradable to 6000MHz. Seems to be the sweet spot for ryzen 7 series.

    • Still waiting for them to start building my PC that was posted like 4 deals ago so yea… Slow to respond to emails/messages too overall I would rate their speediness and support 0 but pricing is still 5/5 so depends what matters to you.

      Wish I bought from bpc or something instead at this point

      • Bought the latest Evatech deal and along with some upgrades it was ready for pick up in 3 days. Very good communication also. I think Evatech and Nebula are top when it comes to support

  • Estimated dispatch time 5-10 business days - click the link and it's written on each listing.

  • Thoughts on the 5700X3D + RTX 4070 Ti Super compared to this deal with the same CPU + GPU for a couple hundred more?:

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/830413

    • +1

      Might be worth it since they’ll probably ship your pc in time

  • +1

    Was trying to checkout with the 7800X3D-7900XTX-FEB discount code, but it doesn't seems to work?

    • +2

      Also having this issue 8(

      • And we done boys. Gimmi that 7900xtx.

  • I might get pre-built PC for the first time.

    How does it voids warranty?

  • I'd double check these after you get them, I was having thermal throttling isues, and discovered that the AIO pump was connected to SYS_FAN instead of CPU_FAN.

    • how did you find out something was wrong? running a test or was it heating up?
      btw what AIO did they supply?

      • CPU was throttling hard, and then thermal shutdown would happen. Once I swapped the leads around, it worked fine.

        Dunno what AIO, as I don't recgonise the brand. The logo on the face plate looks like a "dr" but in some kind of pixel font.

        • Ahh it's deepcool. Turtle green colour

    • I should mention I know why they did this, they probably set the BIOS for SYS_FAN to monitor the CPU, but this doesn't always persist after a BIOS upgrade.

  • Wow something upvotable after 3 years of tech gouging

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