Alienware Aurora gaming PC

High-end specifications and a heavily modified case make the Aurora an intimidating and very expensive beast

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  • Expert Rating

    3.50 / 5
  • User Rating

    4.50 / 5 (of 1 Review)
  • Price

    $ 5,860.00 (AUD)

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Everything about the computer is good in general.
The price is very high
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The Alienware Aurora is a Graphics powerhouse. Perfect for any gaming experience you can think of. I personally think that this computer is powerful enough to handle almost anything you throw at it. This thing is a speed demon with its factory-overclocked high-speed Intel® Core™ i7 quad- and six core processors and quad-channel DDR3 memory options that will help you crush your opponents in the gaming world. The Alienware Aurora is a very powerful performer with up to four easily upgradeable hard disk drives and optional Creative® SoundBlaster X-Fi sound cards, plus performance and game software available preinstalled, you can stand proud and bask in the thrill of victory. The optional ALX chassis is a masterpiece of industrial design, packing powerful hardware into a compact, visually stunning mid tower. With this computer, you can be a color wizard with the ability to change the tower's color and the optional keyboard, you can change it to one of up to 8 billion color choices. Despite it's very high price, this computer would be a perfect choice if you are looking for something to dominate your games with.

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