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Alienware Aurora Specs & Features: Best Pre-Built PC On The Market

By Luis Fran , Oct 13, 2016 04:25 PM EDT
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Alienware Aurora is the new mid-range gaming PC, characterized for being the most desirable machine these days, thanks to a number of specs and features that turn this mid-size tower into the best Alienware desktop that a gamer could buy.

The performance of this PC is great, since it has an Intel Core i7 6700 processor, which makes your game run without any kind of problem. Also, it´s very adept at running high-end processing workloads as strategy games with a bunch of A.I. rivals, thanks to its Intel Hyper-Threading, reported by Trusted Reviews.

Alienware Aurora gives you the best graphics

About the graphic features, Alienware has supplied the Aurirawith  Nvidia GeForce GTX 1090, which is one of the best graphics card you can find, allowing any gamer to play Full HD, 1080p and 1440p very easily. However, is it not recommended to play at maximum settings with 4K resolution, since you´re going to get a locked 30FPS instead of a 60FPS, according to Ars Technica.

Unlike many others of its kind, this desktop has a one-year premium support warranty, being more than just time considering that the possibilities of a disgraceful outcome are extremely low. This is because the Alienware Aurora is one of the smallest gaming PCs available, with ventilation slits in the front making a thermal shutdown something almost impossible.

The most relevant specs and features

In addition to these specs and features, this desktop has a 1TB hard disk, 4x front USB 3.0 ports, 4x rear USB 3.0 ports, 6x rear USB 2.0 ports, 1x USB 3.1 port, AlienFX lighting, 8GB DDR4 RAM and Windows 10 Home 64-bit Operation System.

Although the price of this gaming PC is really affordable - these can vary from $799 the lower to $2,179 the highest, depending on the specifications you are looking for- its quality is so incredible nice that it´s good value for money, being this little detail the best thing about Alienware Aurora, according to Ars TechnicaHowever, far from being the perfect device, the main issue is that its upgrades are very expensive, and the fact that its plastic construction are not precisely strong.

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