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Alienware, owned by Dell, are notorious for their high-performance computers built especially for gamers.

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Alienware, owned by Dell, are notorious for their high-performance computers built especially for gamers. The Area-51 ALX deserves bragging rights as their top of the line desktop model with the inclusion of the market's first quad-core CPU, the Intel Core 2 Extreme CPU running at 2.66 GHz with an 8 MB cache, and dual SLI NVidia 8800 GTX video cards with 768 MB of onboard memory apiece. If that wasn't enough, it also comes equipped with 2GB of DDR2 RAM clocked at 1066 MHz, a 500 GB SATA 3.0 hard drive, and Windows XP Media Center Edition (with a free upgrade to Vista). All of this power comes at a price, and you should expect to pay almost $7000 for this beauty.

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Erik
01/29/2007 03:05

It's generally true that if you build a computer out of parts, you will get the best value (and the exact specs you need), and there are some pretty sweet computer cases out there if you want it to look pretty. However, it's not for the faint of heart.

Omar
01/29/2007 02:19

Ya, I think if you want, and can afford a crazy top of the line computer like this with dual 8800s then you probably don't care about the extra 2 grand. And you get the nice and shiny case too!

ThePharoah
01/29/2007 02:17

Very over priced, a PC with more power could be built for less than half of that cost.

Erik
01/28/2007 05:34

This looks pretty sweet, and there is no debating the power of the quad-core CPU, but that price tag...insane.

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