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Gaming PC: i9-14900KF, RTX 4080 Super, 32GB 6000MHz RAM, 1TB Gen 4 NVME, 850 Gold PSU: $2878 + Delivery @ TechFast


Howdy folks,

Another i9-14900KF | RTX 4080 Super banger for May. 6000MHz RAM is likely a mainstay now that we've secured ongoing supply.

Intel Core i9-14900KF | RTX 4080 SUPER Gaming PC: $2888 after 14900KF-4080S-MAY

  • Intel Core i9-14900KF processor
  • RTX 4080 Super 16GB graphics (PNY Verto Triple Fan)
  • MSI Pro Z790-P WiFi motherboard
  • 32GB 6000MHZ DDR5 RGB RAM (Team CL38)
  • 1TB Gen4 NVME (Legend 800)
  • 850W Gold PSU (MSI and XPG PCIE5 in use)
  • 360mm Liquid Cooler (brand/model may vary, guaranteed MSI CoreLiquid M360 upgrade available)
  • MSI MAG Forge 320R case

Shipping times at the moment are closer to the 10 business day mark. We have a lot of 4060 orders in both ITX and MATX in the system - if you've ordered these hang tight, as these will be in production next week.

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RTX 4090 Gaming PCs: 14900KF: $4383, 7800X3D: $3983
Core i7 / Ryzen 7 RTX 4080 Super Gaming PCs: i7-14700F: $2548/ R7-7800X3D: $2659
RTX 4070 Ti Super Gaming PC: R7-7800X3D: $2048
AMD RTX 4060 Ti Gaming PC: R5-5500: $999

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    • And how exactly what you think impacts this deal?

      • -1

        I wanted to say this is a good deal as GPU itself is 1800, CPU 900 or so, so altogether this is a good deal.

        • Not true see the table below

          GPU = $1700
          CPU = $850

          • +1

            @sludo: So even with corrected pricing above this does seem like a deal as the MB goes for about treefiddy currently… Happy to be corrected

  • +1

    14900k….. assume BIOS updated? what about stress test? what setting was applied?

    FYI: there's big drama going on right now with Intel stability / degradation on Raptor Lake i9s (Raptor Lake = 13/14th gen Intel architecture code name)


    • I was having some crashing issues w/ my new techfast rig but I'm fairly sure it was because my dumb ass forgot to install nvidia drivers after a clean install.

    • wasn't that only for Unreal Engine ? I saw somewhere like that. I haven't felt any stability issues with my 13900K but I am running at 288 W.

      • because the way unreal engine coded require a lot of data calculation, and that revealed the instability intel have.

        It's not a code bug, it's a hardware instability.

        • does this happen with RE5 only or RE4 as well ?

          • @bazingaa: depends on silicone lottery, if you had a slightly worse chip, it happens in a lot of scenario, e.g. Cinabench, Call of Duty, BattleField, Cyberpunk, list goes on.

            • @OMGJL: oh that's bad! I use this as a ML workstation and I have bit undervolt + 288 W PL. I played Tekken 7 (RE4) recently and it worked well.

    • +1

      Brought the i9-14900KF + 4080 super from the previous techfast deal. Cant comment on the gaming performance but I have used it for video editing(Adobe premier pro) and coding tasks(apps open simultaneously) and haven't faced any issues as yet.

      • Great feedback, this is what I'll be mainly doing. How was the build quality of the rig ?

        • The build quality is good - I faced some issues with the RGB lights not working(no issues in other components), but the tech fast team were prompt in response and sent me a replacement RGB hub and a new fan to resolve the issue. So happy overall.Lot of my friends liked the edge case which I chose (fishtank style, different from MSI one here).

          • @patadi: Thank you @patadi, I am a bit concerned a few posts say that something didn't work and has to get on to them to fix. Hence I'm here asking the question. I'm still on the fence. Thanks again.

    • This might not be an issue with the CPUs themselves, but more of an issue with a number of mobo manufacturers standard BIOS settings pushing the CPU beyond its spec.


      • yes and no… the new baseline profile had a huge cut in performance, but that's still not enough for some CPUs. In extreme cases if the CPU frequency boosted too high before hitting the power limit/temperature limit, it could still crash…

        With new profile i9 can't even boost to their designed all core frequency anymore depends on the work load.

        or put it this way —— no power limit in BIOS happens since basically forever…. when 9900k released the power requirement was getting quite extreme for that time, didn't see it crash with no power limit. 10900k added 2 more core and uses the same architecture as 9900k, didn't see that crash either.

        intel knew power limit is not enforced all these years.

        coming as a owner of 13700k, I know how finicky this thing is. Without apply correct load line calibration and static frequency/voltage, I can't even stabilize high XMP profiles.. My CPU isn't "bad" in terms of silicone lottery as my static frequency doesn't require much voltage.. it is just how it is… intel tried too hard trying to win AMD.

        (disclaimer: no one have to trust me, this is a buyer be aware sort of message. I wish people don't end up with doggy computer problem)

    • +1

      Nope! Ordered mine in early May and just got it now. BIOS build was from Oct 2023, and all the settings appear to have been left on default. So either they tested my rig and found no issues, or that they didn't really go into depth with their stress test. I am praying that it's the former atm.

      • dare to not update bios after such a big drama, I can't believe they tested yours…

        • Yeah when I tested it out of the box it was boiling itself alive! I have no clue what they did for their tests. There was also no test results of any kind left in the box :(

          I left a massive post on their new EOFY version of this deal. Trying to control the stress test temp of this thing is turning out to be an absolute nightmare…

          I should have bought the 7800x3d deal instead even if it costs the same as this deal after selecting all of the upgrade options I wanted

          • @ElGato: well unfortunately all 14900k under stock is meant to just heat the power/thermal limit to achieve its performance…. unless manual tunning

            you are lucky that the system is stable by itself… (test with different version of cinebench/y-cruncher to verify)

            looks like their "deal" doesn't include any add-on value on tuning/stress testing… whatever the part cost is it… (and you might receive some bundled bad part too….)

            • @OMGJL: Yeah, I bought this mostly with the idea of "it's cheaper than building it myself" in mind.

              The build quality is… ehhh. There are two mobo standoffs that weren't even properly screwed in, resulting in a bent mobo. I have had to tear the whole thing apart to fix it, the mobo has "learnt" the bend now and all I can hope is that with the fixed standoffs it will eventually go back to normal, and pray that its longevity isn't impacted. I also redone the cable management while I was at it.

              So far my system is very stable given a "reasonable" power limit. I installed a contact frame, re-pasted with arctic MX-5 (contemplating changing to kryonaut), installed the 3 spare AIO fans they provided to get a 6 fan push-pull on the AIO (they installed 7 fans and kept the 3 AIO fans in the spare parts box), installed a random spare fan on the bottom of the case too. Now the CPU idles at a very nice temp of 20-25c, and the setup is able to just about keep the cpu from thermal throttling with a PL of 275W in cinebench. Its bench scores are slightly below average with the limits in place.

              The PNY GPU is actually benching slightly above average in cinebench, but I can't really speak on the quality of the PSU or the ram. We'll just have to see if it soemhow fails me within a few years.

      • +1

        Hey @ElGato,
        I received mine a week ago.
        I commented at the very bottom of this deal. BIOS from Oct 2023. It would not load into Gray Zone Warfare at all. I updated to the latest beta BIOS and have had zero issues since.

  • +5

    Solid offer… My plan was to hold out to the 5xxx series but after laying it out in PCPP its really damn tempting…

    Type Item Price
    CPU Intel Core i9-14900KF 3.2 GHz 24-Core Processor $849.00 @ Amazon Australia
    CPU Cooler MSI MAG CORELIQUID M360 78.23 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler $125.00 @ Amazon Australia
    Motherboard MSI PRO Z790-P WIFI ATX LGA1700 Motherboard $339.00 @ MSY Technology
    Memory TEAMGROUP T-Force Vulcan 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR5-6000 CL38 Memory $159.00 @ JW Computers
    Storage ADATA Legend 800 1 TB M.2-2280 PCIe 4.0 X4 NVME Solid State Drive $109.00 @ MSY Technology
    Video Card PNY VERTO OC GeForce RTX 4080 SUPER 16 GB Video Card $1698.00 @ MSY Technology
    Case MSI MAG FORGE 320R AIRFLOW ATX Mid Tower Case $108.90 @ BPC Technology
    Power Supply MSI MAG A850GL PCIE5 850 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply $149.00 @ Centre Com
    Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts
    Total $3536.90
    Generated by PCPartPicker 2024-05-02 17:45 AEST+1000
  • @luketechfast could you do a 64gb RAM variant with the TechFast Leaper Edge Tank RGB ATX Case for <= $3k ?

  • +4

    Any chance you could offer this without the video card included?

    • Same question. I am not a gamer.

  • +1

    Anyone else having issues applying the code?

    • I think so… just drops postage to zero and offers no discount.

    • Yeah @luketechfast the code you’ve put for this one doesn’t work.

    • It's working for me? Anyone having issues still?

      • Is working now, thanks! Wasnt working 30 minutes ago though.

      • Seems to be working.

        Can we get the Leaper Edge Tank ATX RGB fishtank style case for this one as an option?

  • +1

    4070ti super deal please like the high $1800 one @luketechfast

  • Can we get same configuration without GPU.

    • Can look at it but K only chips aren't generally as available as KF

      • Thank you. Would love to get the quote if that’s possible.

  • How about this with 14900KS and no graphics card?
    I'm running an i7 8700k with a 3080 12gb, don't need a new card, it's good enough. Everything else needs replacing

    • The KS isn't worth offering imo

      • Or 14900K… I'd have pulled the trigger at least 3 times if there was an option to remove GPU.

        • Getting quite a few requests for K. Just need to figure out if feasible with Ops team.

  • XD. It's already the 11th business day since I bought the same specification of $2888. It was already a big blow, but I didn't expect to have a second back stab. The price changes, not much but does happen. Plz tell me something good…

    • +1

      We honor price drops on unshipped orders at identical spec

  • +2

    +1 on offering something more editing/process/task focussed. Better quality RAM/SSD/Mobo with a lower level graphics card if possible for under the 3k mark still.

  • +2

    @luketechfast Hey, it seems none of your codes across all the deals work, it only gets rid of postage costs

    edit: seems to work now

  • 7950x3D version?

  • Hi guys, does this motherboard (MSI Pro Z790-P WiFi motherboard) come with a wifi 6e and bluetooth already and we don't have to get the extra AX1800 (1800Mbps) Dual-Band USB Wi-Fi 6 Adapter ($69.00) or 600Mbps USB Wi-Fi Adapter ($39.00)?

  • Was saving up for the April deal but ended up missing out. Any chance of us getting the leaper edge tank as an option for this deal too? That case is a pretty major selling point for me and seems to be offered on a couple of other deals this month.

    • @luketechfast, re the above. I'd love to have the leaper edge tank as an option for this deal. Is it possible to add?

      • @DKZ370 what does this case look like?

    • We can do yep, same price. Best handled by purchasing this and requesting case swap via [email protected] please.

      • that's lovely, looks like you guys got another customer :)

  • @luketechfast, does this motherboard (MSI Pro Z790-P WiFi motherboard) come with a wifi 6e and bluetooth already and we don't have to get the extra AX1800 (1800Mbps) Dual-Band USB Wi-Fi 6 Adapter ($69.00) or 600Mbps USB Wi-Fi Adapter ($39.00)?

    • +1

      Yes, I believe it has WiFi 6e and Bluetooth 5.3.

      To answer your question you won't need to get the adapters to use WiFi.

    • +1

      @DKZ370 is correct here.

  • I bought this deal today, really unbelievable price, it will cost $3500 if I buy all the parts by myself. Fingers crossed this PC works well:)
    Thanks for @luketechfast

    Anyone knows how Techfast can get the price so cheap?

    • I bought it weekend before last. It’s a pretty good deal! In build today 🙌.

  • I am interested in getting this but I checked all the parts on Partpicker.com and it says there is a potential incompatibility. It says "The MSI PRO Z790-P WIFI ATX LGA1700 Motherboard supports the Intel Core i9-14900KF 3.2 GHz 24-Core Processor with BIOS version 7E06vA9. If the motherboard is using an older BIOS version, updating the BIOS will be necessary to support the CPU", so will I have to update the BIOS before I can use the computer when I buy it or will it be ok? This is the only thing stopping me from buying.

    • +1

      Techfast build the PC, install whichever OS you choose and stress test it. If the BIOS was too old and thus didn't support the CPU, it wouldn't even boot. I think it's safe to say that the mobo either ships with a compatible BIOS now, or Techfast are updating it as part of the build.

      • +1

        Yep correct, that warning can be ignored

  • @luketechfast
    I saw that my order list on your website didn't show the brand you mentioned in your post. Could you guarantee that it is accurate?

  • Forgive me if I'm wrong, but I've kept an eye out for a build option minus graphics card and haven't seen anything. Can we please have an update?

  • If anyone else gets this PC and can't run UE5 games (see comments about i9 instability above), go update the BIOS to the beta version. There's a BIOS from mid-may that I've installed. The one installed was from 2023. I tried a few other things from YouTube without success but the latest BIOS version seems to set up some sensible defaults for this processor.
    Source: Me, being unable to start Gray Zone Warfare due to an out of video memory error, and now playing it at a silky smooth 120fps @ 4K on Epic :-D.

  • Im interested, has anyone received theirs yet?

  • Hi @luketechfast and everyone, I'm wondering if you think this is the right guidance on installing our own Windows if we choose the Linux Mint system? I'd like to understand this better before choosing the Linux and ordering this PC?


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