Alienware announced today that it has “reinvigorated” its flagship gaming desktop. The desktop can now be configured with the latest Intel Core i7 processors, an Extreme Edition option is available as well, touting as many as six cores and 15MB of cache while pushing overclock speeds up to 4.3GHz with Turbo Boost technology. These options come as part and parcel of the new Ivy Bridge-E processors that Intel announced today at the IDF 2013.
That’s not all, the Aurora gaming desktop is now also available with the latest NVIDIA GeFore 700 series and AMD 8900 series graphics. Both options provide immersive experience, be it on multiple or 3D displays or those packing more resolution than 1080p. There are four internal drive bays in which users can add additional hard drives or solid state drives, support for quad-channel DDR3 memory is also present. The entry level Alienware Aurora configuration offers 2 terabytes of on-board storage apart from an overclocked Intel Core i7-4820K Ivy Bridge-E processor and an NVIDIA GeFore GTX760 graphics card. This rig can be yours for $1,399, its available starting today from Dell.com, along with additional configurations.
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