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Dell ships new Alienware Aurora

Posted on Tuesday, December 13 2011 @ 23:10:03 CET by


Dell reveals a new Alienware Aurora gaming rig.
It debuts today on Dell.com at a starting price of $2,199 and is, without a doubt, the most advanced Alienware desktop to date.

This beautiful machine is a serenade to raw gaming power. The systems feature Intel’s new second-generation 3000 series Core i7 six-core CPUs, the X79 Express chipset, Quad Channel DDR3 memory and are factory overclocked for extreme gaming performance. Serious power like this requires a serious (and amazingly quiet) cooling solution, so Alienware has stocked it with high-performance CPU liquid cooling and active venting as well.

And if customization is your thing, the Aurora’s internal design should be right up your alley. The chassis is designed to not only be beautiful, but also to make upgrading as user-friendly and hassle-free as possible. All the Aurora’s components are easily accessible without tools, making upgrades and maintenance a breeze, with the additional benefit of letting you show off the system’s beautiful internal layout to your envious friends with the flick of a finger.




 



 

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