Dell has unveiled its new gaming PC called Alienware Aurora which is packed with a hexacore-based powerhouse with liquid cooling as standard and eye-catching active vents running across the top.
The new Alienware Aurora R4 with a sleek chassis the system equipped with the new second generation Intel Core I7-3000 series six-core CPUs. Which have been factory overclocked and combined with high performance CPU Liquid Cooling and Active Venting system. Supported by 4GB Dual Channel 1600MHz up to 32GB Quad Channel 1600MHz DDR3 Memory Options. You will probably need this if you are big gamers.
Running with the Intel Core i7 processors, Alienware Aurora paired with the X79 Express chipset, dual graphics options each with GDDR5 memory, the new Aurora R4 even manages to look almost subtile with its mattle black case and red LED highlights.
The latest SATA technology and supports AMD CrossFireX technology. Installing 2 x graphic cards will provide even more power especially if you want the most from Battlefield 3 or similar. All Alienware Aurora systems graphics cards use powerful GDDR5 graphics memory which are combined with Microsoft’s DirectX 11 graphics API and four hard-drive bays side side-on, with a choice of HDD or SSD storage, while there’s room for two extra 5.25-inch drives up-front alongside the standard optical drive.
The Alienware Aurora R4 is an Intel factory overclock, having optional 3D graphics and multi-display support is priced from $2,199 and goes live for sale through Dell today onwards.