AMD Gaming PCs: R7-7800X3D 7900XT: $1999, 7900XTX: $2548, R5-7500F 7800XT: $1438 + Delivery @ TechFast


A couple of variations on our Ryzen+Radeon favourite combos today, including a really hot ATL 7900 XT price.

We have the new 750W Bronze MSI A750BN PCIE 5 PSU on hand, delivering a solid reliable brand at a lower price than a Gold rated unit, with added bonus of PCIe 5 connector. And we've gone with an A620M board in the 7500F/7800 XT deal config bringing it to $1438.

All three deals in the Forge 320R case - if you want the Leaper Edge Tank case we can do that - email [email protected] post purchase with the MSI case with a request to swap - we're just monitoring supply of that case at the moment.

AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D | RX 7900 XTX 24GB Gaming PC: $2548 after 7800X3D-7900XTX-MAY

  • AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D processor
  • AMD Radeon RX 7900 XTX 24GB (Sapphire and Gigabyte primarily in use)
  • Deepcool AG400 180W air cooler
  • B650M WiFi motherboard (Asus Prime B650M WiFi in use)
  • 32GB 6000MHz RAM (PNY, Kingston and Team on hand)
  • 1TB Gen 4 NVMe SSD (Legend 800)
  • 850W 80 Plus Gold PSU (MSI A850GL PCIE5 on hand)
  • MSI MAG Forge 320R case

AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D | RX 7900 XT 20GB Gaming PC: $1999 after 7800X3D-7900XT-MAY

  • AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D processor
  • AMD Radeon RX 7900 XT 20GB (Sapphire and Gigabyte primarily in use)
  • Deepcool AG400 180W air cooler
  • B650M WiFi motherboard (Asus Prime B650M WiFi in use)
  • 16GB 5200MHz RAM (Kingston and Team on hand)
  • 1TB Gen 4 NVMe SSD (Legend 800)
  • 750W 80 Plus Bronze PSU (MSI MAG A750BN PCIE5 in use)
  • MSI MAG Forge 320R case

AMD Ryzen 5 7500F | RX 7800 XT Gaming PC: $1438 after 7500F-7800XT-MAY

  • AMD Ryzen 5 7500F processor
  • RX 7800 XT 16GB graphics (Sapphire and Giga primarily in use)
  • Stock cooler
  • A620M motherboard (MSI A620M-E currently in use)
  • 16GB 5200MHz RAM (Kingston Fury in use)
  • 1TB Gen 4 NVMe SSD (Legend 800)
  • 750W 80+ Bronze PSU (MSI MAG A750BN PCIE5 in use)
  • MSI Forge 320R case

Shipping times are around the 10 business day mark at the moment. Heaps of 4080 Super, 4070 Ti Super and 4060 systems shipping daily.

Other deals

RTX 4090 Gaming PCs: i9-14900K: $4288, R7-7800X3D: $3933
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
RTX 4070 Super Gaming PC: R5-7500F: $1488

Luke, Caleb and Zac

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  • +13

    7800+7900xt for 2k is the deal here. 👍

    • +3

      I think so too!

    • If I'm looking at hitting high fps at 1440p, is there any reason in choosing the xt over the xtx?
      Thinking more for future proofing, as my current rig is very old (3770k/1080).

      • +2

        Both will comfortably play high 1440P into 4K. The XTX sits just below the 4080 Super (in general terms), while the XT is more akin to a 4070 Ti/Super. If you have the extra $550 you get extra VRAM and performance but yeah, $1999 is pretty hot for the XT

        • Appreciate the reply!

  • -5

    thanks OP, looking for plex server that can have 4 x 3.5 and 2 x 2.5 drives. do you have any deals for it?

    • +8

      $200 machines can be plex servers these days @ 4k, don't overthink it.

      • wow, really! could you please suggest something? i need to put all my drives to use too

        • +3

          I bought a Dell Optiplex 7060 Micro: i5 8500 16GB RAM 512GB SSD. I avoided the "T" processor, although probably without a valid reason. It runs a million docker containers on it along with Plex, doesn't break a sweat. I have a separate "basic" NAS for storage. I'd rather keep storage and compute decoupled.

          It was from some deal here although I can't find it. I think it was ~$300 a year ago.

        • +2

          all you need is roughly an 8th gen intel or better than can do all the transcoding on the CPU. It doesn't require a gaming PC. I bought an old HP G5 with an intel 8500 in it and it runs a whole heap of stuff as well as plex.

        • +1

          just search on here there plenty of optiplex being posted that can be used as plex servers.

  • anyone know how the MSI 320R compares to the Leaper Edge Tank case in terms of build quality and performance?

    • +1

      I bought a previous PC with the Leaper Edge Tank case. I would definitely recommend the MSI 320R over it.

      The build quality in the case is okay, I noticed one of the screws/screw holes had poor threading, so the screw is never really fully tightened. Also the side metal panel has quite a bit of flex. It dents inwards pretty easily when you simply pick up the PC or apply pressure with a single finger on it. Also it is important to note that fan hub that comes with it doesn't seem to be SATA or Molex powered. Fans used aren't the quietest either but they do have quite a few of RGB variations.

      Airflow seems to be fine though, and components are far from congested.

      • Good to hear the airflow is fine. Im still waiting on mine to show up.
        Did you get air cooling or liquid for the CPU?

        • I got a 240 liquid cooler

  • +3

    The 7800x3d and 7900 xt combo is sick good pricing, but have to say that the included mobo and SSD are both pretty crap.

    • What do you think against their 4070super ti deal?

      • +2

        Techfast always have the cheapest deals - you just have to be wary and acceptable of the components they use outside of their CPU and GPU.

        If you can manage to secure the MSI mobo and change/upgrade to MSI PSU for the 4070 super ti, I will pick that deal over this.

        • Thx!
          @luketechfast is it something you could do?

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