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This week @ Evatech, Liquid Cooled GPUs, Brushed Aluminium, SLI & TridentX RAM

As we creep up to Christmas the orders just start flooding in! While a lot of the orders are pretty similar, well rounded, economical, good value for money custom PC builds, there are always a few that make even our tech team to assemble these things all day every day, stop and snap a photo.

Without further ado, here is just a small sampling of some of the bests this week to give a few ideas for your next custom gaming PC.

Why liquid cool your CPU when you can liquid cool your GPU? The Seahawk from MSI is co-engineered with Corsiar using their tried and true H55 pump and radiator, prefixed to the MSI PCB and encased in a blower air cooler for the VRM heatsinks.

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Blue RAM, Blue LED CPU Cooler and Blue PSU Cabling coming together nicely on a matt black MSI motherboard and glossy white NZXT case.

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Love them or hate them, the Steamcastle from Deepcool is definitely different. They might be on their way out and stock is getting hard to come by, so this might very well be one of the last we build.

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G.Skill’s black and white TidentX DDR4 memory never fails to look pretty in any build, no sharp contrasting colors, just sleek glossy and understated while still being sharp and most importantly, a rock solid performer.

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With a customer base so geared towards gaming, the number of SLI builds we get it’s a lot higher than you might guess. It’s by no means cheap, and a single card is always more cost effective, but if you need ALL the power you can get, it’s always an option.

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If you your looking for a premium quality chassis, something that just screams ‘premium’ at a glance, InWin’s brushed metal and tempered glass 900 series are tough to beat.

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Inspired? Head on over to our custom PC builder page today and checkout your options! You don’t even need to know anything about computers, let our built in error checking & warning system look after you and checkout our game database to help you tailor your performance to the types of games you play! Instant quotes, easy online ordering, 100% custom computers delivered nation wide!

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GTX 1060, 1070 and 1080’s From MSI, Asus and Gigabyte in stock!

With stock shortages plaguing retailers and distributors world wide, stock comes and goes so fast we barely have time to scan in them in before they are shipped out or picked up from our store! While stock allocations are slowly improving we still advise customers to place orders online and wait for the ‘ready for pickup’ email or get your pre-orders if you require shipping ASAP to avoid disappointment.

With some of the big resellers out of stock for extended periods of time we secure multiple shipments a week to make sure you wait as little possible to get your hands on your brand 10 series GPU.

With some of Australia’s best prices, quick fulfillment of orders, first class after sales support and the best first tier partner brands and models to choose from, what are you waiting for? Check out the range by clicking here, or get an entirely new custom gaming PC powered by one of these beasts fully assembled, setup, burn in tested and ready to go right out of the box by clicking here.

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GTX 980 TI Images Start to Leak (EVGA / Asus / Gigabyte)

VideoCardsz.com has gathered a bunch yet to be officially released GTX 980 TI marketing images from multiple GPU vendors with multiple reference and non reference cooler models.

Release dates are expected to confirmed closer to the June 16th release of the AMD R9 300 series only 2 short weeks away!

Unconfirmed specifications are rumoured to be;

  • 6GB of GDDR5 (2GB More than the GTX 980)
  • 2816 Cuda Cores (Only 2048 in a GTX 980)
  • Memory Clock 7GHz (Same as the GTX 980)
  • 384bit Memory Interface (only 256bit on the GTX 980)
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November Sale! Custom Gaming PC Prices Slashed + New STRIX and GALAX GPUs.

While other vendors are hiking up their prices to compensate for the recent falls in the AU dollar, Evatech is bucking the trend. For the month of November we have slashed the prices on custom gaming PCs and components! If you have already customized a PC on our website but not yet placed an order, all you need to do is click ‘Customize‘ and with all the options just as they where, click Save & Continue to get the new updated pricing.

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Gigabyte vs MSI, the Battle of the Factory Overclocked GTX 970 and GTX 980

A couple of weeks ago the first Gigabyte GTX 980 and GTX 970 cards hit the Australian market and were promptly added to our custom PC builder options the moment stock arrived. This week we welcome 4 more options for high end custom gaming PCs in the form of 1 more GTX 970 and 3 more GTX 980 cards.

MSI have introduced their GTX 980 and GTX 970 GAMING series each their well recognized TwinFrozr cooler, 4GB of memory and a factory overclock. With their non-reference coolers and factory overclock out of the box, these cards go head to head with Gigabyte’s G1 series.

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Gigabyte GTX 980 4GB Early Hands On [Photos] N980D5-4GD

Our first shipment of the eagerly awaited Gigabyte GTX 980’s arrived early ahead of Fridays launch and and much to our dismay, there was no driver CD in the box. In its place was a sticker asking us to visit Nvidia’s website to download the drivers, where the drivers have yet to be released.

So instead of bringing you benchmarks, we will have to settle for some photos instead.

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Gigabyte R9 285 OC Unboxing, Hands On & Benchmarking [GV-R9285WF2OC-2GD]

Not being released to retail until next week, Evatech has got its hands on AMDs brand new 28nm Tonga XT GPU this afternoon and is bringing you what might be a world first, hands on with the R9 285!

So without further ado, lets get to it. Keep in mind we are not professional reviewers, just enthusiasts who got a new toy early, so we apologize in advance for the limited amount of testing & details.

UPDATE : BENCHMARK RESULTS ADDED – 02/09 12:05pm
UPDATE : [Correction] R9 285 not R9 285x