Dell and Alienware require no introduction to hardcore PC gamers. Alienware is known for high end gaming PCs and accessories while Dell is a little more affordable but also respectable when it comes to gaming PCs. The joint entities do have a lot of new items coming out in the not so distant future and shared some of their wares with Hardcore Gamer. This is just a brief synopsis of some of the highlights that are on the horizon or may currently be available, more details about their products and tech specs are available on their respective websites.
Alienware Graphics Amplifier support: Enables future proofing of upgradeable full length, dual-wide graphics and additional 4-port USB 3.0 hub for added peripherals. We’ve added a PCIe x4 Gen 3 connection with dedicated throughput for connectivity that’s superior even to a Thunderbolt. Asus, i buy power, Alienware, Mac, Toshiba, Hp. Might want to think twice next time. Dell has different levels of support available. If you purchase a home computer, you will be calling India or the Philippines. If you buy a workstation, you will get workstation support. If you want really good support, buy Gold support.
Alienware has announced a couple new monitors, the AW2518HF and the AW2518H. These monitors have a high refresh rate that will allow games to run smoothly with higher frames per section and a shorter response time to minimize lag between key input and the action on screen. The specs for the two models are listed below.
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Alienware is just as famous for their sticker shock as they are with their high end quality. Everyone wants top of the line gaming PCs but not everyone has the gaming budget for a pimped out Alienware machine. Since Alienware is a subsidiary of Dell, it shouldn’t be a surprise that Dell is making some gaming PCs that attempt to bridge the gap between high end performance and affordability. With prices starting at $599 (though could probably climb very quickly if one chooses to upgrade), Dell has created a ready for VR gaming PC that doesn’t come with a pricetag that looks like it was thought up by De Beers ad execs. The system comes standard with the latest AMD multicore Ryzen processors featuring SenseMiXFR Technology, VR-ready graphics, liquid cooling options, Performance 7.1 Channel HD audio and Alienware accessories. The Ispiron features USB Type-C 3.1 port, up to (6) USB 3.0 ports, optional dual-drive, high-capacity hard drive, responsive SSD and up to 5 bays for future storage upgrades. The new Inspiron Gaming Desktop offers gamers the future ready technology and expandability so gamers can stave off obsolescence by doing some simple upgrades instead of having to buy a whole new system after a few years, so this PC is forever (damn you De Beers)*.
Dell Inspiron 15
Dell couldn’t create an affordable gaming desktop computer and ignore the portable market, which brings us to the Dell Inspiron 15, the travel sized version of the Inspiron except with completely different specs. This 15″ portable powerhouse features an Intel Core i7 processor and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 and 1050T combined with Dell True Color for the highest level of crystal clear, realistic graphics. The pro-grade cooling system with dual fans and special blade pitch keeps everything cool and running at full power for better game play, and let’s be honest, if you are resting something on your lap you want things to stay cool. Not a fun area to get burned. Waves MaxxAudio Pro maximizes what the enclosed speakers and subwoofer can do on this system, creating a full and layered sound without having to resort to multiple giant speakers. With up to 16GB of memory and 1 TB hard drive (and available SSDs) this will make sure the player remembers laptops are forever**. The Dell Inspiron 15 is currently available and starts at $799.
And we have Alienware trying to upstage everyone by creating a laptop that is VR ready with various VR certified configurations available. The Alienware 15 is slimmer and more powerful than its predecessor featuring superior construction and an infrared camera that supports Windows Hello and Tobii Aware technologies. Under the hood we can support NVIDIA’s 10-series GeForce graphics, Intel Core i7 K-series processors supporting dynamic overclocking, and up to 2667 MHz DDR4 memory. This model will include 7th generation Intel Core processors and introduces the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti. Pricing for the Alienware 15 starts at $1299.99.
*PC’s, no matter how good, are not guaranteed to last forever. Just like marriage.
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**Laptops are not really forever. Nothing is forever. The sun will become a red giant in approximately five billion years and vaporize Earth and everything on it. Spiter games home. Even if you attain immortality, nothing will stop the sun from ending you. Unless you destroy it. Destroying the sun is your only hope.