Dell’s Alienware division likes to position their gaming hardware as cool for gamers. And now it’s getting cooler with liquid-cooled graphics for the latest high-end gaming equipment.
Alienware’s laptops and gaming hardware are always up to date and now offer the latest cooling technology to ensure that computers can run at high speed in high-end games.
The range includes the Alienware Area-51m, which according to the company is the most powerful gaming laptop in the world. It is based on Legend’s industrial design with upgradeable and overclockable desktop processors and graphics. It has a new 1
It features Alienware cryo-tech cooling technology to increase airflow and increase performance. The cooling technology has a honeycomb air inlet panel above the keyboard, larger fan blades and feet for a better height. It features a new steam chamber cooling design and up to 12-phase hyperefficient voltage regulation for selected configurations to maintain performance for uninterrupted marathon game sessions.
It also has AMD Radeon RX graphics card options. The laptop has a 17-inch UHD screen with an FHD panel with a high refresh rate and options up to 300 Hz.
The keyboard has a key drop of 1.7 mm, N-key rollover technology and fully customizable RGB LED lighting per key. It will be available starting June 9 at a starting price of $ 3,050.
Alienware m15 and m17 laptops
Alienware is also introducing the Alienware m15 / m17, a range of thin and powerful gaming laptops. And it shows the Alienware Aurora, a desktop model aimed at the esport crowd. It is available with the new graphic liquid cooling technology.
In combination with the fastest mobile processors of the 10th generation Intel Core H series, this generation m15 / m17 is unlocked for overclocking on the i9-10980HK processors. The m15 and m17 models also have an Alienware cryo-tech cooling design. It has HyperEfficient Voltage Regulation technology to keep performance high in the long run.
The m17 gamer also offers maximum graphics performance with the GeForce RTX 2080 Super Max-Q graphics from Nvidia. The m15 / m17 models have up to 32 GB DDR4 memory, a micro SD media card reader and Thunderbolt 3, which are capable of fast PD loading, as well as new internal graphics options for higher images per second (Nvidia GeForce or AMD Radeon GPUs)) and color options, including Dark Side of the Moon and Lunar Light (both are now formulated with a new High Endurance Clear Coat for enhanced stain resistance).
The latest version will be available starting May 21 with a starting price of $ 1,500 (for the 15-inch screen) and $ 1,550 (for the 17-inch screen).
Alienware Aurora Desktop
Alienware pioneered the first liquid-cooled desktop in 2004 and is now launching its first PCI-e graphics for liquid cooling on the Alienware Aurora. Available with Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 2080 Super Graphics, it offers up to 19.5% temperature reduction and up to 69.2% noise reduction. With this new add, gamers can now get liquid-cooled processors and liquid-cooled graphics.
Aurora was developed for tool-free upgrades and now makes it easier to beat the competition with the 10th generation Intel Core i9-10980HK processor, HyperX FURY XMP DDR4 memory and an optional 1000 watt power supply. The machine has options for upgradeable overclocker configurations and a new ambient light ring that adds a fully customizable 4th AlienFX lighting zone to the Lunar Light models.
It’s available now for $ 1,130.
Alienware also has a new Alienware 25 gaming monitor that works at 360 Hz. For our price-conscious gamers, Dell has also updated the Dell G3 15 and G5 15 from $ 780.