Gamers, if you’ve got the cash to splash and you’re looking for a new gaming rig, Dell has unveiled the brand Alienware Aurora desktop gaming PC. Much like Dell’s other Alienware offerings, this one will not come cheap so here’s what you should be able to expect from it.
The Aurora will feature Intel’s second-generation 3000 series Core i7 six-core CPU, the X79 Express chipset, Quad Channel DDR3 memory and will be overclocked for what they’re calling, “extreme gaming performance”. It will feature a liquid cooling system and active venting as well as you can see from the air vents on top of the chassis.
Customers will be able to select from a variety of GDDR5 GPUs, and will be able to support both multi-display and 3D configurations. The system is highly configurable and users will be able to configure it to their hearts’ content on Dell’s website. So how much will all of this cost you? The base price alone will set you back $2,199 which we imagine will only get higher the more you configure it.
If you’d like to see how much the gaming rig of your dreams could cost you, or if you’d like more information on the Alienware Aurora, head on down to Dell’s website where you will be able to configure the gaming rig to your specifications.
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