The Alienware Aurora R15, the first new PC, has been updated with the most recent components from Intel and Nvidia.
Alienware Aurora R15
Alienware Aurora R15 will power the new GeForce RTX 40 series of GPUs. Up to an Intel Core i9-13900K, with a staggering 24 cores, 68MB of cache, and up to 5.8GHz boost speeds, is what you can anticipate finding. Up to an Nvidia GeForce RTX 4090 with 24GB of GDDDR6X RAM is connected with it. however, AMD GPUs up to a Radeon RX 6900 XT with 16GB of GDDR6 is also an option. Up to 64GB of DDR5 RAM operating at up to 4800 MT/s and 6TB of SSD storage complete the specifications (one NVMe and one SATA SSD).
The previous generations’ thermal architecture has been improved by Alienware. A 240mm heat exchanger has also been added to the liquid-cooled setups to assist keep things cool. There are now a total of five 120mm fans for air intake and exhaust. For CPU-intensive workloads, the new thermal design provides 19% more airflow and operates 66% noisier, while for GPU-focused tasks, it runs 9% noisier.
The PC can handle the high power requirements of Intel and Nvidia’s components thanks to an 80 Plus Platinum certified power supply that comes in 750W and 1350W models.
The Aurora R15 will be on sale later in the fall, according to Alienware, and the price will be made public closer to the launch. However, you can anticipate paying a significant amount.
Alienware TKL Gaming Keyboard
Additionally, Alienware unveiled the industry’s first tenkeyless gaming keyboard, which has a more compact form factor perfect for customers who dislike the number pad. Mechanical Cherry MX Red switches and double-shot PBT keycaps for greater key label durability are included with the Alienware TKL Gaming Keyboard (AW420K). As you’d expect from a gaming keyboard, it supports AlienFX per-key RGB lighting, customizable through the Alienware Command Center.