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Gaming PC with Raptor Lake and RTX 4090

With power supply up to 1,350 watts

Source: Alienware

The new Alienware Aurora R15 accommodates the recently released top model Intel CPU and Nvidia GPU in an extravagant case. It is one of the first complete PCs with the new components. We have summarized the specifications for this here.

With the Alienware Aurora R15, Dell has introduced a desktop PC that will be one of the first systems available to be powered by 13th Gen Intel processors. He should in the fourth quarter of 2022 be available, but the manufacturer has not yet quoted prices. The six Raptor Lake-S CPU models configurable The case has been optimized for better cooling and five 120mm case fans are always included. Depending on the configuration, a CPU air cooler or a 240mm water cooling system is installed.

RGB-lit case supports up to eight light zones and the left side of the box is closed or has a window. The PC is delivered in black or white. The volume of the case is 44 liters, and the PC weighs a maximum of 16.5 kilograms. On the front there are two USB-A and two USB-C and a jack connector. There is no Thunderbolt, but there is at least one Type-C port on the back with a maximum of 20 Gbit/s. The system also offers 2.5 Gbit/s Ethernet as well as Wi-Fi 6 or Wi-Fi 6E.

More space for the RTX 4090

The power supply is platinum certified and provides optional power up to 750 or 1,350 watts. Dell’s gaming brand has tweaked the design of the motherboard (Z790) to accommodate the new graphics cards inside. In addition to the Radeon RX 6000 GPU and RTX 3000 models, there will also be one RTX 4090 can be selected in the configurator. With maximum 64 gigabytes of DDR5 RAM and four terabytes of NVMe SSD storage can be equipped with the Aurora R15. A hard drive with one or two terabytes can be added as an option.

Source: Alienware


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