Alienware Aurora R11 Gaming Dynomoon; The Alienware Aurora R11 will be the prebuilt gaming PC of choice for many people in 2020. As a result, Alienware has become synonymous with “gaming PC” for many people who are unfamiliar with the hardware industry.
Obviously, this means that the corporation may charge a premium for their laptops, including the Aurora R11. At $909 (£899/AU$1,222), the Alienware Aurora R11 with an Intel Core i5-10400F processor, an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 graphics card, 8GB of RAM, and a 1TB spinning hard drive will not feel as opulent as other desktops in this price range. We’re perplexed as to why someone would offer a desktop tower for more than $1,000 without containing a minimum 128GB operating system SSD, but that’s another story for another day.
On the other hand, the machine we tested here utterly crushes that entry-level model with an Intel Core i9-10900K, 64GB of RAM, a 2TB SSD, a 2TB HDD for archiving, and the industry’s most powerful graphics card, the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090. This arrangement costs an eye-watering $4,419 (£3,949, AU$9,049). Even though you can build a similar system for less money, if you can obtain an RTX 3090 (which you cannot at the moment), this combo appears to be more premium than the entry-level model.
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Guaranteed overclocking: The Alienware Aurora was built from the ground up to be able to be customized. There is a motherboard with the Intel Z490 Chipset on it that has an 8 GT/s bus speed, overclocking abilities, and more. It also has Intel Rapid Storage Technology.
High-speed memory: As memory capacity grows, multitasking abilities get better. Your computer can also be used to make changes to game material, or you can stream and record as you talk and look for help while you’re on your way to your goal. With a lot of HyperX FURY XMP DDR4 memory, there are no limits to what you can do.
A 1000W power supply opens up a whole new world. As another first for Aurora, the power supply can provide up to 1000W of power. This means that you can add more powerful components, like high-end graphics card configurations. You can also use cleaner, more efficient energy.
The NVIDIA GEFORCE GRAPHICS CARD TECHNOLOGIES are used in this game.
It’s called Ray Tracing, and it’s the holy grail of gaming graphics. Ray tracing models the real-world behavior of light in order to give even the most visually demanding games real-time, cinematic-quality rendering. Upgrade to GeForce RTX models to take advantage of ray tracing features that are made possible by NVIDIA’s Turing architecture.
Sharpening technologies made by AMD RADEON are used.
With Radeon image sharpening, you get detailed, beautiful images that have little effect on performance. AMD Radeon Image Sharpening uses a complex contrast-adaptive sharpening algorithm to make the graphics look clear and detailed. This feature, when used with the optional GPU Upscaling, makes your favorite games look better.
AMD’s Radeon Image Sharpening (RIS) is a contrast-adaptive sharpening technique that intelligently improves details in order to make pictures look clearer with little effect on the computer’s speed.
AMD Radeon Anti-Lag: The new Radeon Anti-Lag function in Radeon Software is meant to help cut down on input lag in situations where the GPU isn’t very powerful. To make sure that the CPU doesn’t run ahead of the GPU, Radeon Anti-Lag controls how quickly the CPU works. This reduces the amount of work that the CPU has to do. As a result, Radeon Anti-Latency can cut input lag by almost a full-frame, making your game more responsive again.
AMD Radeon FreeSync Technology: AMD Radeon FreeSync technology in the Alienware Aurora’s AMD Radeon RX graphics makes games run very smoothly.
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The Alienware Aurora is still the PC of choice for Team Liquid, and it will be used in the new Alienware Training Facility in Europe in June 2020.
Bring on the action: Alienware and the Alienware Aurora work with RIOT Games to stream live gaming tournaments all over the world, so you can watch.
The Alienware Aurora is being used in schools as part of a project called eSports for EDU. This allows schools across the United States to build their own eSports programs with top-notch hardware.
Make sure you learn from the best: It’s a good idea to sign up for the Academy on the Alienware Arena community site. There, you can get personalized, data-driven lessons from the world’s best gamers to help you become a better player.
Engineered for long-term success.
A new age of engineering: The new chassis design, which is based on the Legend industrial design, ensures that airflow is more fluid and efficient, which means that the voltage regulator heatsinks can be up to 8% cooler than they were in the previous generation. Reduced temperatures and more effective airflow improve performance while still allowing for more overclocking, which leads to faster frame rates when playing games.
Alienware has spent a lot of time making the new Aurora computer. It has a unique PSU swing-arm that allows for tool-free graphics expansion bay installation and small chassis size. In addition, it allows graphics cards to be placed in the right place so that they get the best airflow. We made sure that the swing arm was strong enough to hold the power supply, allowing for ventilation through the side vent, and securing and limiting vibrations to the cards when they were shipped.
Additional safety: We added the stop-anywhere feature to the swing-arm of the PSU to make sure it was safe and to avoid any harm or damage. When the swing arm is used, it stays in place and doesn’t fall or swing. We also added a locking mechanism to keep the swing arm in place while it is open and being worked on.
On the other hand, this pricing point placed it in a very competitive market. To match the Alienware R11’s hardware, you may spend less than $1,000 more on a Falcon Northwest Talon or $200 less on a Maingear Vybe. Almost all of the components in these systems, including the motherboard and power supply, may be updated or changed over time.
It’s critical to keep in mind, though, that if you’re unfamiliar with PC technology, Dell will be able to assist you more swiftly due to their size.
It makes little difference, though, because none of those other gaming PCs will include the Alienware Aurora R11’s futuristic appearance. The company’s out-of-this-world Legend design language, which it has been incorporating into everything over the last couple of years, takes the place of the gaming PC’s glass side panels. The chassis is available in two color schemes: Dark Side of the Moon and Lunar Light.
All white with the exception of black accents on the rear bumper and front air intake. Three USB-A ports, one USB-C 3.0 Gen 2 port, as well as a headphone and microphone jack are situated on the front panel in a strip. The RGB lighting is limited to the front of the casing and is far more muted than on the majority of other gaming PCs in this price range, giving it a more sophisticated appearance.
This motherboard features ten USB-A ports, one USB-C port, one Ethernet port, optical audio, and the six audio jacks seen on the majority of modern motherboards. As predicted, the RTX 3090 features three DisplayPorts and an HDMI 2.1 output for visual output. When it comes to connection, the Alienware R11 should be able to handle a big number of peripherals.