When it comes to pre-designed desktop computers, I’ve come close to purchasing the Alienware Aurora multiple times over the years because the company’s non-upgradeable and upgradeable structure It was hard to beat. Now, Alienware Aurora R11 And the R10 Ryzen Edition Owns Also It became a way to get Nvidia The RTX 3080 and 3090 GPU are extremely difficult to find – And they are not like the RTX 3080 or 3090 as you have seen.
Panels and cooling have been modified by Alienware himself to be so Shorter From whatever RTX 3000-series card we’ve heard about so far, at only 267 mm (10.5 inches) long, it better fits into smaller cases like the Aurora R11. Believe it or note, Nvidia’s Founder Edition RTX 3080 is actually one of the smallest cards on the market at 285 mm (11.2 in), which is shorter than that.
Additionally, Alienware says its custom solution with heat tubes and a 10mm steam chamber, with dual fans, occupies only 2.5 PCIe slots. Uses a standard pair of 8-pin power connectors, rather than Nvidia’s 12-pin cable.
Of course, the new cards aren’t cheap, as they add $ 825 to the base price of any Aurora, or an additional $ 1,625 for the RTX 3090. However, you can get away with the full-fledged RTX 3080 for under $ 1,800 – after adding a 1000W power supply. (Dell charges a 550W PSU by default, but Nvidia recommends 750W or higher for these cards.)
Personally, I recommend spending at least $ 2000 to make sure you get 16GB of RAM and a solid state drive, and I might drop an extra $ 100 for a faster CPU unless you pair this computer with a rather high standard – monitor resolution. I am currently running an RTX 3080 in a platform with a slightly slower processor and 1080p screen, and benchmarks indicate that my CPU is what hinders the frame rate.
Speaking of monitors, Alienware also has a new collection that may interest you, including three new gaming monitors and a new 360Hz 1080p panel for the Area-51m laptop that will cost you an additional $ 150. (Also requires the RTX 2060 or better; we’re seeing configurations in it as low as $ 2,419.99.)
Meanwhile, the Alienware 25 (AW2521H), Alienware 27 (AW2721D), and Alienware 38 (AW3821DW) monitors will start at $ 899.99, $ 1,099.99 and $ 1899.99, respectively, when they arrive next month.
Although its screen sizes should be pretty straightforward from its namesake, it’s separated by more than a vast amount of pixels: The Alienware 25 is an extremely fast 1ms 360Hz IPS G-Sync screen with standard standard To some extent it is 400 nits of brightness and 1080p resolution, while the Alienware 27 has a fast 240Hz, 2560 x 1440 1ms IPS panel with 98 percent DCI-P3 color gamut, G-Sync Ultimate and DisplayHDR 600 certifications (though Rated it with a typical brightness of 450 nits, FYI).
Then there’s the Alienware 38, a 144Hz display, 3840 x 1600 1ms Fast IPS with a 2300R curved screen, an aspect ratio of 21: 9 and 95 percent coverage DCI-P3, G-Sync Ultimate and the same DisplayHDR 600 cert (and 450-nit brightness) Typical) such as the Alienware 27. All three monitors come with a pair of HDMI 2.0 ports, DisplayPort 1.4 (which you’ll need to use for maximum refresh rate), a combination of USB 3.2 ports, and an ambient light sensor to automatically adjust brightness.
Alienware had 25 A tip has already been made As one of four 360Hz displays to support Nvidia’s new Reflex Latency Analyzer for what would be a minor advantage in esports, and as we expected, it’s not cheap.
Correction at 11:26 PM ET: Alienware 38 is a screen size of 3840 x 1600, not 3440 x 1440. We apologize for the error.