Alienware introduced new models of its Aurora system, Alienware's first MicroATX desktop with full 3D HD capability and liquid-cooled CPUs (3D-capability requires an optional 120Hz 3D capable LCD display, NVIDIA 3D Vision Kit and a NVIDIA graphics card. For a list of compatible displays visit http://www.nvidia.com/object/3d-vision-requirements.html). Both 3D-capable, designed-for-gaming systems feature new, second-generation Intel quad-core processors with Intel Turbo Boost 2.0 and hyper-threading technology that deliver Intel's top-of-the-line performance that is faster than the previous generation CPUs. Powerful graphics options, scalable memory and storage options and Alienware's striking, out-of-this-world design features will leave sweaty-palmed gamers thirsting for more action.
- Intel i5 and i7 quad core Sandy Bridge processors
- Intel P67 Express chipset
- Features overclocked liquid-cooled CPUs
- Support for over 400W of dedicated graphics power
- Dual graphics support either AMD Crossfire X or NVIDIA SLI modes
- Two finishes: Matte Black and Dark Chrome which is actually electroplated chrome
Pricing and Availability
The Alienware Aurora 3D Desktop PC starts at $1,799 on January 10, 2011 (date will vary by region).