The Alienware Aurora desktop computer is powered by a factory overclocked Intel Core i7-3000 six-core processor, and is aimed at "serious" gamers.
"The PC gaming industry continues to grow rapidly, and our customers are demanding systems that can keep up with the most graphic-intensive games on the market," Alienware VP of product management Arthur Lewis told The Inquirer.
"Alienware Aurora, our most advanced gaming desktop ever, delivers an experience that will exceed the expectations of any serious gamer."
The Aurora comes with a range of graphics card options, from 1GB AMD Radeon HD 6870 up to dual 2GB AMD Radeon HD 6950 with Crossfirex. Unlocked BIOS allows to upgrade the machine post-purchase.
RAM choices are 8GB or 16GB of quad channel 1600MHz DDR3, accompanied by a hard drive capacity of up to 2TB. Users can upgrade to a 256GB or 512GB solid state disk drive for improved performance.
The Alienware Aurora starts at £1,999.
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