Pre-Christmas Delivery and Pickup Cut-off Dates

Want to order a custom PC before Christmas but worried about whether or not it’s too late to get it built, tested, packed, shipped and delivered? We’ll be working overtime to get as many orders out this Christmas as possible! For a guide please can check the listing below.

Victoria

  • Melbourne Metro: On or before the 17th of December for pick up or delivery
  • Other Metro Areas: On or before the 17th of December for pick up, or the 13th of December for delivery
  • Rural Areas: On or before the 14th of December for delivery.

New South Wales

  • Sydney Metro:  On or before the 16th of December for delivery
  • Other Metro Areas: On or before the 13th of December for delivery
  • Rural Areas: On or before the 12th of December for delivery

ACT

  • Canberra Metro:  On or before the 16th of December for delivery
  • Rural Areas: On or before the 12th of December for delivery

Queensland

  • Brisbane Metro: On or before the 13th of December for delivery
  • Other Metro Areas: On or before the 11th of December for delivery
  • Rural Areas: On or before the 9th of December for delivery

South Australia

  • Adelaide Metro: On or before the 16th of December for delivery
  • Other Metro Areas: On or before the 13th of December for delivery
  • Rural Areas: On or before the 12th of December for delivery

Tasmania

  • Hobart Metro: On or before the 12th of December for delivery
  • Other Metro Areas: On or before the 10th of December for delivery
  • Rural Areas: On or before the 9th of December for delivery

Western Australia

  • Perth Metro: On or before the 11th of December for delivery
  • Other Metro Areas: On or before the 9th of December for delivery
  • Rural Areas: On or before the 7th of December for delivery

Please note the above dates are what we consider ‘safe estimations’ based on previous years’ orders but are not a guarantee. Express assembly services are available and can add 2-3 days to the cut off date. For the best chances of pre-Christmas delivery please order ASAP!

If you have any questions or if it’s past the cut of date for your area please contact us and we will see if there is any way we can assist!

Post-Christmas Delivery

Evatech will be closed from Christmas Day and open again with business as usual as of 3th of January 2017. Orders placed during the closure time will be processed ASAP upon our return.

As always, to get in contact if you have any questions, please fill out our contact form and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

Buy Now, Pay Later – 6 Months Interest Free with ZipMoney!

Many of you have asked, finally it’s here, just in time for Christmas. Available from today, customers can purchase anything from our store, including custom gaming PCs without paying a dime today.

ZipMoney allows customers to pay off their purchase (up to $7,000 depending on eligibility) over time with the first 6 months interest free low account keeping fees of only $4.95 per month.

To apply you must be,

  • Over 18.
  • Employed (Full Time, Or Part Time).
  • An Australian Citizen or Resident.

Simply select ZipMoney at checkout and complete an online application form within minutes for an instant decision. Where decisions cannot be made instantly, you will be contacted by the ZipMoney team for a few quick follow up decisions within a few minutes to verify eligibility.

A one time sign up fee may apply depending on the order total but don’t worry, it’s added to your order total so there’s nothing to pay today. Minimum monthly payments apply and will be displayed upon application.

For more details visit www.evatech.com.au/zipmoney/

Please carefully consider all terms and conditions before applying and decide whether or not a ZipMoney loan is right for you.

 

 

128GB of DDR4, Liquid Cooled i7 6900K & SLI MSI Gaming X GTX1070’s

We can only speculate as to what this absolute beast of a system is going to be used for, but we sure hope it’s for something a little more ambitious than Dota 2 and some school homework!

Sparing (almost) no expense, this build is a behemoth! The 128GB of DDR4 memory took almost a full 24 hours to burn in test alone and housed in a Corsair Graphite 780T chassis it’s physically massive as well.

Red sleeved cabling from the 1000w 80+ Gold rated PSU, red accented Gaming X GPUs from MSI, red LED lit NZXT Kraken liquid CPU cooler and black and red MSI Gaming Pro motherboard come together perfectly in the matte black Corsair 780T chassis with impressive results. Take a look for yourself.

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Time you got a new gaming PC? Why not get it custom built your exact requirements, taste and budget! Checkout our homepage to day and explore the millions of possible combinations. Don’t worry if your not too PC savvy, our built in error checking and game library full of performance indicators and hardware requirements make it a breeze.

Click here to get started.

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!

Building a Gaming PC for Titanfall 2 & Call of Duty Infinite Warfare

Here at Evatech we occasionally get requests from customers to recommend a good build for a new release title and over the last few weeks we’ve been getting this request for 2 particular games more than any other.

Continue reading “Building a Gaming PC for Titanfall 2 & Call of Duty Infinite Warfare”

Evatech Moving to a 4x Larger Space in Oakleigh South

When & Why?

With our rapidly expanding customer base it’s come time to expand to make sure we can we can keep up with demand and not compromise our level of quality and customer service! Starting next week we’ll have all hands on deck to make sure the move is as smooth as possible and if all goes to plan, be up and running at our new location by Thursday with little to no disruption to customers, local or online.

If you’re a local, don’t worry, we’re not moving far.

Our new address is only 5 minutes away from our previous store at 1/382 Huntingdale Road in Oakleigh South.Evatech's New Melbourne Address

 

If you’re an online customer, don’t worry, this doesn’t change anything.

We will still have our same great customer service, product range, quality control and delivery times. In fact our catalog will probably grow, our stock on hand will be even better and our delivery times ever faster!

Thinking about placing an order? Go for it. There will be no delays.

We’ve got it all taken care of,  months careful planning has gone in to devising a move that causes the absolute minimum impact to customers. Our store may be closed for a day as we make the final transition but online orders are processed at our distribution facility and will be un-effected.

Closures during the moving period.

We run a tight ship, and although it’s a huge move, the plan is to only be closed for a single business day. At this point in the time the scheduled closer date is Wednesday the 11th of OCT but if plans change we’ll let everyone know with a banner on our website ASAP.

Nvidia GTX 1080 TI Rumors Surface [12GB / 3328 Cores / 250w TDP]

With a GTX 1080 TI GPU from Nvidia all but inevitable, rumors have been swirling around the internet since the launch of the GTX 1080 back in June as to the specs and release date.

Sweclockers reported earlier this week that leaks from a Chinese forum known to be reliable from past releases detailed the specifications of the card and mentioned a release is slated for January 2017.

Titan X (Pascal)

GTX 1080 Ti

GTX 1080

GTX 1060

Tech

16 nm TSMC

16 nm TSMC

16 nm TSMC

16 nm TSMC

GPU

GP102

GP102

GP104

GP106

Length

471 mm2

471 mm2

314 mm2

200 mm2

Transistors

12 m

12 m

7,2 m

4,4 m

Architecture

Pascal

Pascal

Pascal

Pascal

CUDA Cores

3 584

3 328

2 560

1 280

Texture Streams

224

208

160

80

ROPS

96

96

64

48

GPU Base

1 417 MHz

1 503 MHz

1 607 MHz

1 506 MHz

GPU Boost

1 531 MHz

1 623 MHz

1 733 MHz

1 708 MHz

GFLOPS

10 974

10 803

8 873

4 372

bits

384-bit

384-bit

256-bit

192-bit

GDDR5

12 GB  X

12 GB X

8 GB X

6 GB

Memory Clock

10 000

10 000

10 000

8 000

Memory B/w

480 GB/s

480 GB/s

320 GB/s

192 GB/s

Power

6+8-pin

6+8-pin

8-pin

6-pin

Outputs

DL-DVI
HDMI 2.0
3x  DP 1.4

DL-DVI
HDMI 2.0b
3x DP 1.4

DL-DVI
HDMI 2.0b
3x DP 1.4

DL-DVI
HDMI 2.0b
3x DP 1.4

TDP

250 W

250 W

180 W

120 W

Bare in mind these are still unofficial, pricing is unknown and release dates are uncertain. Anything could change between now and the release of the the GTX 1080 TI, but from what we can see, these specifications would make a lot of sense.

Founders editions cards are likely to be all that’s available with the first shipment or two out of Nvidia but we expect all the usual suspects (Asus, Gigabyte, MSI, EVGA etc) to bring factory overclocked non-reference editions to market shortly there after.

Stay tuned to Evatech for more details as they arise.

Holiday Season PC Gaming Titles to Get Ready For!

It’s that time of year again! A years worth the most anticipated PC games are all set to launch in the next 90 days, all competing for your holiday season dollars. Is your gaming rig ready? If not, checkout our Evatech game library page and easily build your next gaming rig with highlighted system requirements for your favorite titles.

Deus Ex : Mankind Divided

Released : 24th AUG (CUSTOMIZE)

One of the best critically reviewed games to be released in recent memory, the cyberpunk action stealth single player RPG has been given 8’s and 9’s out of 10 from almost every major gaming review media outlet.

Mafia III

Release : 8th OCT (CUSTOMIZE)

Developed by Hanger 13 and published by 2K games Mafia 3 is only a month away and has been one of the most anticipated titles of the year. Set in mob run 1968 New Orleans the plot follows Vietnam war vet, Anti-hero Lincoln Clay on a brutal revenge tale filled with ‘Intense gun fights, visceral hand-to-hand combat, white knuckle driving’ according to it’s Steam store page.

Battlefield 1

Release : 21st OCT (CUSTOMIZE)

PC game series don’t get much bigger than Battlefield with some of the highest online player counts and longest lasting communities of any online shooter, consistently, since the release of the Battlefield 1942 in 2002.

Battlefield 1 is the first of the the series to be during WW1, with the same massive environment, high player count, class based shooter mechanics the series has built it’s name on, swapping out it’s sub machine guns and attack helicopters for bayonet charges, mustard gas and biplanes.

Honorable mentions,

Forza Horizon 3 lands September 27 for racing fans, set in an open world rendition of Australia and featuring as many as 350 different vehicles and 12 player free roam multiplayer.

Gears of War 4 drops on October 11 (Windows 10 Exclusive). As long as it’s a decent port, it’s sure to a winner for fans of the franchise.

Call of Duty Infinite Warfare, aka COD in space is set for release on November 4th, with zero-G lasers and grappling guns as Call of Duty’s answer to Battlefield’s step back to the 1910’s.

Dishonored 2, (November 11th) a sequel to the critically acclaimed first release back in 2012 drops the old hero Corvo along with the new female playable character Emily in a whole new city, this time loosely modeled after Spain and the south of France.

Watch Dogs 2, (November 15th). The original had soo much promise but fell short in a lot of ways, with middling reviews across the board. Lets hope Ubisoft can build upon what made the original unique while ironing out the bugs and addressing criticisms of the first game at the same time.

Christmas is upon us – less than 123 days left!

Ho-ho-ho! … What, too soon?

Tip: The above image is not designed to update, you have less than the time above!

The lead-up to Christmas is undoubtedly one of the busiest times of year for us. Every year we’re glad to be able to say that every customer has had their PC order delivered before the big day, and we’re on track to keep that tradition this year again.

So why are we posting about this 120 days out from the day? 120 days is the maximum length of our lay-by period. Meaning, if you put in a PC order today and paid it off within 120 days* then you’ll have one less gift to worry about later on!

Check out our full terms of lay-by (includes instructions on how to lay-by)

Get shopping for a PC

If you have any questions about anything, be sure to let us know by contacting us. Our helpful sales/support staff are always happy to answer questions and get you pointed in the right direction.

A reminder that our lay-by system requires full payment to be made before order processing can begin. This means you must pay the order total before you can get any part of your order. We currently do not have a financing option available and would suggest for those interested to look into a personal loan or a credit card.

* Last payment should be made in slightly under 120 days from now. This will allow time for us to confirm payments and build, test, and ship (if not able to do pickup in store) the PC in time.

Valkyrie Custom Gaming PC in NZXT H440 White

This customer must have planned out this “Pro” build extremely well to have the colours match up so perfectly. The motherboard, RAM, case, case lighting, fan, and graphics cards (when customised right, that’s 2x GTX 1080s in SLI by the way) are all matching and colour coordinated.

As you will be able to see from the photos, the hardware is all of high quality, with no expense spared on the labour either. We put in our best efforts from the beginning so there is the best possible chance that our customers don’t need to come back to us for support. It keeps everyone happy, and keeps everyone gaming!