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Gaming PC: RTX 4080 SUPER 16GB, R5 7500F, B650 Wi-Fi/BT, 1TB M.2, 32GB RAM + Bonus Edifier Speakers $2668 + $50 Del @ Nebula PC


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Hi OzBargain,

Looks like the appetite for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth high-end systems is high here!

Today we've got an awesome souped up RTX 4080 SUPER rig with onboard Wi-Fi and Bluetooth and ripper value with a 7500F. AAA titles these days are super GPU intensive and for those people looking for an upgraded rig as is without breaking the bank, this is for you!

Also score yourself a bonus free Edifier MP100 Plus Portable Bluetooth waterproof speaker (valued at $79) with every system :)

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  • We’re proud to offer a fair and transparent price that our competitors struggle to match with a quality service
  • Usage of only premium high-end components with the absolute best value - all components are listed
  • All necessary drivers and software installed
  • Each PC is quality controlled seriously before despatch, we run checks on all components multiple and stress tests including 3DMark and MemTest86 - your test results will be saved to your desktop for you to view
  • 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

Our reviews and Google Reviews are a testament to our service

Introducing the Supernova - RTX 4080 SUPER - $2668 after OZB_SUPERNOVA_SPECIAL.
  • GPU - PNY NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4080 SUPER VERTO OC Triple Fan - 16GB
  • CPU - AMD Ryzen 5 7500F | 6 Cores | 3.7 GHz (Max 5 GHz)
  • CPU Cooler – DarkFlash Storm Z4 Tower Cooler
  • Motherboard – MSI MAG B650M Mortar Wi-Fi - DDR5
  • RAM – ADATA XPG LANCER RGB 32GB (2x16GB) 5200MHZ DDR5 - Black
  • SSD – 1TB ADATA Legend 800 Gen4 M.2 (R: 3500MBs | W: 2800MB/s)
  • PSU - FSP Hydro PRO HP2 800W 80+ Bronze
  • Case - DarkFlash DK352 Mid Tower ATX - Black

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 MAG B650M MORTAR WIFI Micro ATX AM5 Motherboard $339.00 @ MSY Technology
Memory ADATA XPG LANCER RGB 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR5-5200 CL38 Memory $169.00 @ Mwave Australia
Storage ADATA Legend 800 1 TB M.2-2280 PCIe 4.0 X4 NVME Solid State Drive $95.00 @ PCCaseGear
Video Card PNY VERTO OC GeForce RTX 4080 SUPER 16 GB Video Card $1689.00 @ JW Computers
Power Supply FSP Group Hydro Pro 800 W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Power Supply $109.00 @ Austin Computers
Custom DarkFlash Storm Z4 ARGB $39.00
Custom DarkFlash DK352 - 4 ARGB Fans $79.00
Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts
Total $2828.00
Generated by PCPartPicker 2024-02-22 18:13 AEDT+1100

Any questions please let me know!

Phone: 1300 553 985
Email: [email protected]


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closed Comments

  • That is indeed a banger of a system - good price too.

    • Cheers :D

  • +2

    Can you change CPU to 7800X3D?

    • Yes, upgrade pathway to 7800X3D is there :).

  • +1

    I've not been up to date with computers for a long time, but can you get cases without RGB fans and lights everywhere? Just something very plain?

    • +1

      Assuming done correctly, you can turn the RGB off using the relevant app(s).

      • +2

        Having to install bloatware to turn off RGB lights is pretty ridiculous.

        But yes @koston54, there are cases without RGB fans everywhere. No idea if Nebula offers any though

        • MSI's motherboard utility to control RGB lights is bloatware. Then, disconnect the RGB LED header cables will help.

          Normally, you need to install the app to keep the RGB LED lights in sync.

        • OpenRGB isn't bloatware

    • The Lian Li O11 Air Mini option that Nebula offers comes with non RGB fans as standard.

      • +$155 though to have plain look. Looks from other comments that it can be turned off one way or another so thats a bonus

    • +3

      We also have the minimalistic ASUS AP201 with no RGB for workstations, I can add this case in if you'd like - https://www.asus.com/au/motherboards-components/gaming-cases…. It's a bit less dear than the Air Mini. They would be our best non-RGB case options that will fit an RTX 4080 SUPER.

      Can definitely turn it off with software. We can hook it up to the LED button control on the case instead of RGB Sync so that you can have it permanently off instead of using the software. Let me know if you make an order :).

  • +1

    what's with the obsession with Matx boards,you put top tear gpu and a good cpu in it,but effectivly neuter any upgrade pathway of adding in more m.2 unless ur willing to eat PCI lanes

    • +2

      It is about keeping the cost down, while getting the most for gaming (i.e. high end GPU). The motherboard chosen is more to get a good enough VRM, rather than getting the fastest m.2 or more m.2 slots.

      Honestly, if you really want proper expandability, you need to go for a B650E or X670E high end board.

    • Really just trying to maximise value, for most people two M.2 slots is more than enough. PCIE lanes are covered by the GPU anyway on this board, likely will cover at least one on an ATX board leaving only one left typically. For higher-end boards that @netsurfer suggested it's hard to justify the pricing when the cost could go towards other components. The features and benefits of higher-end boards are not for the typical target market. Our goal is to make OzBargain systems the best value for money without breaking the bank and still receive a quality product and service.

      • Any chance there will be a B650E upgrade option in the future? Keen to future proof as much as I can on my next PC, esp with the trend of mid range cards only having x8 PCIE lanes.

        • +1

          At this stage no, it's really pricey and ATX motherboards are hard to manage with some of our cases only supporting mATX :(.

          • @Nebula PC: Thanks Lawrence, makes sense. I'll wait until PCIE 5.0 becomes more mainstream :)

    • Depends on the use case… most people will be happy with this system. Those looking for something specific will know what they are looking for.

  • +4

    Out of curiosity, why would I choose this over the i9 14900KF, RTX 4080 Super 16GB for $2900 which seems significantly better or the AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D | RTX 4080 Super for $2600? Genuinely curious as im close to buying those two builds and would love an opinion on this thanks!

    • +1

      $2600 for 7800X3D + 4080 Super + 32GB RAM + 1TB SSD + PSU + Case is obviously a better deal.

      If you can benefit from high core count of i9-14900KF, then you can spend the extra $300.

      If you don't care about RGB, then this deal doesn't look that good to be honest. It's essentially all the parts added together (based on the current lowest price of each one) and throw in those extra RGB fans for free.

      • Got a link to this deal?

        • You need to reply to Big Mike so he is notified (assuming he doesn't turn off OZB reply notification like me).

        • +3

          https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/829273 first link has AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D | RTX 4080 Super Gaming PC(techfast.com.au): $2599 after 7800X3D-4080S-FEB deal

          https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/832093 Is the i9 14900KF, RTX 4080 Super 16GB $2948

          • @Big Mike: Not a big cost but the other guy said 32GB ram they only have 16

          • +1

            @Big Mike: Okay, so basically the difference is motherboard and less RAM, in exchange for a (much) better CPU. However, it is difficult to beat TechFast's price. I know in the past, TechFast has ways to get GPUs imported directly from China.

            Personally, I wouldn't go for MSI B650M-P motherboard if I were to build a PC myself. However, B560M Mortar's cooler features are probably not something most people care about (i.e. PCIe bifurcation). With AM5 first gen, 4 DIMMs of DDR5 is a bad idea (long story) so make sure you are comfortable with 16GB RAM. Personally, I wouldn't pick B560M Mortar either (its current price doesn't justify what you get).

            The Intel one… if that CPU is not OEM tray version (i.e. it is the boxed version), the GPU and the motherboard are both local AU stock, I really don't know how TechFast managed to achieve that price. Maybe they expect to sell hundreds of them.

            Also unclear how soon your will get your system built from TechFast.

            With all that said, people I know recently did 4080 / 4080 Super builds all went with custom picked parts (picking every component). If you have that kind of budget, saving cost generally isn't the number 1 priority. Getting what you really like / want is. None of them went for the cheapest 4080 Super model. A 4080 super build with some compromises doesn't feel right.

    • +3

      Hey mate, it depends on your priorities. Those deals are fantastic prices and if you're price-driven there's nothing better in the market than those with 16GBs of RAM.

      For us, I try my best to make the systems as well-rounded as possible with this base model having 32GBs of RAM, a motherboard with good VRMs and Wi-Fi/BT. We just need that little extra headroom for our service and 3-year warranty just to stay afloat. If you're in Sydney, you'll get local support if any issues arise and we have a contactable phone number and live chat. Of course, every customer is different, if that isn't important to you that's completely understandable :). If you're price-driven only, I strongly suggest you purchase the rigs that you sent as it truly is unbeatable.

      • 3 years support is huge! Thanks for the info.

        • +4

          Also for peace of mind for the customer, we guarantee a one business hour response time. That's how much we care about our customers!

          • @Nebula PC: Your support [its pretty late] and transparency using PCPartspicker is awesome. It takes me back to 15-18 years ago when as a drooling child I'd fantasize over newegg and pricing and builds.

            I just moved from NZ - when I'm a settled [and have space + time to utilize a gaming desktop] you guys will be top of the rolodex.

    • The other deal you’re really going to pay by skimping every penny where here you’ll atleast get your pc when you expect and have real solid customer support even when nothing is wrong

  • +2

    7500F with a 4080/S? 7500F within spitting distance of a $3000 price?

  • any plans on releasing a 4090 build ?

    • No at this stage, very expensive but if a good deal comes by we will.

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