Dell releases ultimate desktop gaming machine

Dell has just launched its latest and most advanced desktop gaming computer ever – the Alienware Aurora which is expected to deliver the ultimate gaming performance and exclusive PC experience to users. The new gaming monster comes in a very stylish alien-like case and supports AMD CrossFireX technology that allows the installation of two graphics cards for extreme 3D performance.

The gaming PC is built around Intel’s latest 3rd generation Core i7 processors that feature six cores. The PC not only comes with the fastest processor available, but the chip is also factory overclocked and cooled by a high performance CPU Liquid Cooling and Active Venting system that allows additional cooling and heat dissipation during heavy use and gaming. The motherboard is also based on Intel’s latest – the X79 chipset and comes with quad-channeled DDR3 memory and the latest SATA technologies. Also supported is AMD’s CrossfireX technology that allows gamers to enjoy the extreme 3D performance provided by two graphics cards working in parallel. All Aurora 3D cards are based on the fastest GDDR5 memory and feature 1080p video resolution and beyond. Gamers can choose among high-end AMD Radeon HD 6000 cards and NVIDIA GeForce 500 videocards, memory that goes up to 32 GB and hard drives with capacities of 2 TB. Also provided is a Blue-Ray reader and burner.

Dell Alienware Aurora

This is not all – the Alienware Aurora comes with Internal High-Definition 7.1 Performance Audio with Waves MAXX Audio Software that can be upgraded to Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Xtreme Audio or Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium should the customer desire this. In addition the system comes with Alienware Command Center which provides intuitive and easier access to applications and controls, including AlienFX lighting effects, thermal controls and AlienFusion power management system. With AlienFX gamers can customize the exterior lighting zones of the case with more than 25 billion color combinations.

The new Alienware Aurora is now available at Dell’s web site for a starting price of 2199 USD.

Source: VR Zone

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