RTX 4090 Gaming PCs with 32GB 6000MHz RAM, 1TB Gen4 SSD, 850W Gold PSU: i9-14900K: $4288, R7-7800X3D: $3933 + Del @ TechFast


Howdy folks, all-time low on an RTX 4090 / i9 combo for super ultra max everything computing. I have it set with the 14900K as default with a total price of $4288 (after coupon code) because there have been stacks of requests for that chip - you can save an extra $40 by selecting the 14900KF. And matching the ATL on 7800X3D pairing, both systems in the Leaper Edge Tank case which I know plenty of Ozbargainers have been loving!

Intel Core i9-14900K | RTX 4090 Gaming PC: $4288 after 14900K-4090-MAY

  • Core i9-14900K processor (choose 14900KF for -$40)
  • 360mm AIO cooler (brand/model may vary, MSI guaranteed upgrade $29)
  • RTX 4090 graphics card (primarily PNY Verto)
  • Intel Z790 WiFi motherboard (MSI Pro Z790-P WiFi currently in use)
  • 32GB 6000MHz DDR5 RAM (PNY, ADATA, Kingston and Team in use)
  • 1TB Gen 4 NVME (Legend 800 on hand)
  • 850W 80 Plus Gold PSU (MSI A850GL PCIE5 on hand)
  • Leaper Edge Tank RGB ATX Case - Black

AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D | RTX 4090 Gaming PC: $3933 after 7800X3D-4090-MAY

  • AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D processor
  • 240mm AIO cooler (mostly Deepcool in use)
  • RTX 4090 graphics card (primarily PNY Verto)
  • AMD B650 WiFi motherboard (Asus Prime B650M-A WiFi II on hand)
  • 32GB 6000MHz DDR5 RAM (PNY, ADATA, Kingston and Team in use)
  • 1TB Gen 4 NVME (Legend 800 on hand)
  • 850W 80 Plus Gold PSU (MSI A850GL PCIE5 on hand)
  • Leaper Edge Tank RGB ATX Case - Black

Shipping times are closer to 10 business days at the moment. We're working through our 4060, 4080 Super and 4070 Ti Super orders primarily this week - thanks everyone for your patience.

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Core i9 RTX 4080 Super Gaming PC: 14900KF: $2878
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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  • +3

    PCPP, as always the cheapest exact part listed or lowest priced equivalent: PCPartPicker Part List

    Type Item Price
    CPU Intel Core i9-14900K 3.2 GHz 24-Core Processor $878.77 @ JW Computers
    CPU Cooler Thermalright Aqua Elite V3 66.17 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler $99.34 @ Amazon Australia
    Motherboard MSI PRO Z790-P WIFI ATX LGA1700 Motherboard $339.00 @ MSY Technology
    Memory Corsair Vengeance 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR5-6000 CL36 Memory $159.00 @ Computer Alliance
    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 GeForce RTX 4090 24 GB Video Card $2999.00 @ BPC Technology
    Case MSI MAG FORGE 320R AIRFLOW ATX Mid Tower Case $89.00 @ Mwave Australia
    Power Supply MSI MAG A850GL PCIE5 850 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply $159.00 @ Centre Com
    Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts
    Total $4832.11
    Generated by PCPartPicker 2024-05-07 14:55 AEST+1000
  • Is it just me or is an 850w PSU pushing it fine with that CPU GPU combo

    • Not a 7800x3D but I'av been running 5800X3d and 4090 on a corsair RM850X gold PSU from Nov 22 onwards. Plenty of wiggle room

      • I was more referring to the i9-14900K. But also i'd trust your PSU (rm850x) over the MSI above.

        • you'd definitely be safer with the 7800X3D and that PSU, also keep in mind that the Intel baselines have changed due to the crashing people are experiencing in games, i'm not sure how aggressive this MB is with its out of the box settings but Intels new "baseline" which they won't enforce anyway is 253W for PL1=PL2 and not unlimited. Hardware unboxed have a few good videos on what all that means and a comparison with the 7800X3D in gaming with the new baseline. If you need the cores for productivity then that's a different story just keep in mind to check and make sure the MB isn't super aggressive with it's settings on the i9.

  • I ended up buying a completely unnecessary 1200w in the event I get a 50/6090, but acknowledge wasnt needed.

    I have heard some people say if manufacturer recommends 750w, that should be sufficient. 850-1000 is plenty.

    Check out your CPU TDP, VC TDP, RGB, other parts etc then add 10-20% to be safe.

    • +1

      Its more to do with the spikes. Newer versions includes that in the specifications.

  • Am I not seeing the AMD ?

  • +19

    Decent package but I think now is the wrong time to get a 4090. Better off going with a 4080 super if you want a 40xx series right now, that extra ~$1.4k for the 4090 just isn't worth the performance increase with the 5090 so close now.

    • yep totally agree almost 2 years old now

    • Kinda agree, I mean it is tempting ..very tempting.. 7800x3d -and 4090… full ATX board and stick in 10GB Nic (no need for wifi card)… tempting..

    • It may not be worth it for gaming, but it is definitely worth it for AI training, like LLM and stable diffusion. The extra VRAM is a huge difference in performance.

      • -5

        lol @ ai training, for china?

      • I think 24GB is barely enough for LLM training, even with a 3B model using LoRa.

    • +1

      Alternate view but I think the 4090 is worth it. Picked one up last week. I actually originally ordered a 4080 (non super) Asus TUF card and it was phenemonal. Amazing FPS and overall nice card, however, I decided my original plan of selling this card in 6-8 months when the new one comes out, might not make as much sense as I think it will.
      - I had a 1080ti and they were promising that the 2000 cards were going to be so much better, but in real life, they were marginal improvements.
      -the new cards might be even more expensive
      -my current game choices are hitting 200fps, my new screen maxes out at 144
      -it's still some time away, 6mth is 6mths, for me I wanted it for my annual leave I took with the kids.
      -resale on a 4070/80 might not be as great if the 50s show the gains they are hyped to have.

      I have no doubt the 5090 will be better, but without knowing the price, gains, or release date I'd just go for it and upgrade if it's actually that much better and there is a game you need the extra power for.

      The 4090 is an absolute beast of a card I'm actually blown away by how good it is. Completely respect those who need to wait and make the one time choice.

    • +1

      An yes, the obligatory "you'd be crazy to purchase outdated technology X now when superior technology Y is just around the corner" post.
      These techbro predictions have been proven to have a stunning 50% accuracy rate, half of the time, every third time.

    • +2

      That's if the 5090 doesn't end up costing 4 grand.

      • +2

        Nvidia got away with it the first time…

      • +1

        This is 100% my thoughts on the wait hold hodl etc bullshit..

        people will be pissing and moaning bout the price

  • this computer or $900 steam deck OLED?

    • +2

      I'd take the $900

      • +1

        I use my Steam Deck 10x as much as I use my PC now.

    • Both ?

    • Think about it like this.
      What can your Dream Steam Peck do, that the pc cannot?

      For $4k, go with the AMD. Or just build your own pc with better parts, for about the same. Less, if you get a 2nd hand gpu.

    • It would be 2x32 yep. Price is as per the website

      • Sorry I mean to say without GPU and 2x 32GB Ram sticks.

        • Hahaha.. snap!

      • At a guess, I reckon they were asking for without a GPU and with extra RAM. But best wait for them to contact.

  • Waiting for the 5080 and 5090 offerings soon

    • +3

      5090 will be released at the end of this year.

      • +11

        You'd be a fool to wait for the 5090 release at the end of this year when the RTX 1,000,000 series will be out shortly after you retire in the 2070s and are in your prime gaming years to enjoy the projected 10,000,000,000% performance increases over these pathetic RTX graphics cards of now.

        My recommendation is: never buy any current-generation technology and always keep saving for that next-generation, big shiny killer product that will obsolete all other competition before it's even released so that you have no choice but to put off buying any technology while you're actually alive and in a position to spend your disposable income on something you could enjoy in the present, in a never-ending, self-fulfilling loop of always waiting for the future which never arrives because an even better future is sure to materialise if you just keep waiting, don't live in the present and never take risks.


        • +3

          The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 5090, rumored to feature a 2.9 GHz boost clock, 1.5 TB/s bandwidth, and 128MB of L3 cache, represents a significant leap in graphics card technology.

          In terms of gaming, RTX 5090 is poised to be a significant upgrade for gaming, particularly in high-end 4K scenarios. According to various sources, the RTX 5090 is expected to deliver a performance increase of 50-70% over its predecessor, the RTX 4090, in high-end gaming environments.

          • -3

            @rqz: Pay 4K now, get 4090 + a full working computer.

            Pay 4K at end of year, get the 5090 and need to spend another 1-2 grand for the rest.

            Come on mate, apples oranges.

            2 years ago the 4090 was 4000$ dollarydoos. Now for that price you get a nice system to boot.

            • +2

              @ozbargainhunter400: The RTX 4090 is built on the TSMC 4nm process node, while the RTX 5090 is expected to utilize TSMC's more advanced 3nm process node. This transition to a smaller node for the RTX 5090 could offer substantial benefits in terms of power efficiency and performance.

              By the way, the all-new iPad Pro M4 1TB costs $3500, whereas the iPad Pro M1 1TB costs $2500.

    • -1

      Then you'll be complaining about the price.

  • +3

    in before people that don't know what they are talking about complaining they don't have enough vram in these systems.

  • 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)?

    Edit: Seems liks I understand that a WiFi motherboard comes with the wifi built-in with the antenna. Right?

  • Should I grab one of these as my first rig

    • Sure, why not… ?

  • +1

    Just leaving a note here that the 5-10 business day statement (or closer to 10 business days) isn't true. While I'm not overly annoyed by it, it's best to be honest about the build time frame, perhaps put 5-15 business days instead of using 10 as a marketing bluff.

    Ordered on 23rd Apr. Today is the 11th business day (already deducted all SA public holidays) - yet received no communications.

    • I ordered the 4090 system from the previous deal on the evening of April 29, it was built and tested on May 2 at 9:38am, shipped May 2 at 2:50pm and it was delivered to Qld yesterday 1:17pm (May 8) on the 8th business day (7th if you count Qld public holiday this week).

  • -1

    Amd option is almost perfect except replace the bad mobo with a highly rated one off pcpartpicker.

  • I just received my pc today. Not happy at all. Cannot plug in cables because the ports are half blocked by the panel (maybe caused during transition but who knows). The screws are not aligned either, looked very odd. This is my first purchase, not impressed at all. Now emailed support and don’t know how long I have to wait to get it fixed.

    • Happy to follow it up if I can have a reference to look it up?

      • email has been sent to support yesterday with invoice # in title.

    • how did it pan out in the end?

      • Instructed me to fix it. That’s all.

        • +1

          This is what I'm kind of scared of. Is your rig all ok now @sharon880626?

          • +1

            @reachdigital: Yes it’s working fine so far. Just not a good experience. If in the future I need to get a new rig, I won’t be ordering from them. Find a local one.

  • hello which one is better for the AI ?

  • Hi @luketechfast - these coupons don't seem to be doing anything in my cart. Is this something I'm doing wrong? Adblocker is disabled, tried Chrome & Edge, etc.

    • Both codes just tested and working OK. Shouldn't be anything to do with browsers, not sure sorry!

  • @luketechfast is the 850 powersupply will be enough for the i9 configuration? thank you

    • Yep it is, we wouldn't offer it if it wasn't 👍

      • Thank you, any benefit if I upgrade to 1000?

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