Alienware debuts Area-51 7500 dual-core and SLI system

Posted on Tuesday, July 05 2005 @ 21:15 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Alienware today announced its first systems with both NVIDIA SLI graphics cards and Intel dual-core processors. The Alienware Area-51 7500 desktop system is available right now.

Area-51 7500 systems powered by SLI technology utilize two NVIDIA-based graphics cards that work together to form a single image. This delivers a remarkable increase in performance at even the highest resolutions for graphics-rich games and applications. With SLI technology, Area-51 7500 systems provide up to twice the graphics performance of non-SLI systems.

Available with the powerful Intel Pentium(R) Processor Extreme Edition 840, the Area-51 7500 delivers cutting-edge performance for data-intensive applications by providing two processing cores on a single chip. Featuring Intel Hyper-Threading Technology, Area-51 7500 systems with dual-core processing support up to four processing threads at once to greatly enhance users' multitasking potential.

"Alienware was among the very first to offer SLI-powered systems and Intel dual-core-powered systems, and now we have brought those two extraordinary technologies together in creating the Area-51 7500," said Patrick Cooper, director of product management for Alienware. "The Area-51 7500 allows you to experience markedly increased levels of both processor and graphics performance in one system."

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