Aurora R10 Ryzen Edition: New gaming reference from Alienware comes on 3 March

With Alienware, Dell has always stood for powerful gaming PCs with a handsome design. Now the gaming expert wants to bring an extravagant newcomer onto the market. The Aurora R10 Ryzen Edition should not only convince gamers, but also creative people with performance and intelligent features.

A lot of performance for a lot of money

Alienware offers many customisation options in its New Aurora Ryzen Edition. However, if you decide on the full equipment, you’ll have to put a proud 4955 USD on the table. But for that you also get some performance offered. Thus, Alienware gives the premium configuration a powerful AMD Ryzen 9 3950X. This processor offers 16 cores and 32 threads. Moreover, it offers a maximum boost frequency of a proud 4.7 GHz. The processor is supported by 64 GB RAM. Furthermore, an Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti is at work in the full configuration. This offers a whopping 11 GB VRAM.

Large and fast memory space in the full configuration

The most expensive configuration of the New Aurora Ryzen Edition offers a combination of a 2 TB SSD (M.2-NVMe) and a standard 2 TB HDD (7200 RPM). With the Aurora R10, Alienware relies on an effective water cooling (Legend ID Cooling), which was already used in the Aurora R9. As network card, Alienware uses the type Killer AX1650, which not only offers WiFi 6, but also Bluetooth 5.0.

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Cheaper alternatives

Those who have the choice are spoilt for choice. However, in most cases the wallet also decides on the right computer. With the New Aurora Ryzen Edition you can get started for as little as 1200 USD. Then you get with the AMD Ryzen 5 3500 also a powerful processor. In this configuration, you also get 8 GB RAM memory. Alienware doesn’t rely on Nvidia in terms of graphics performance, but rather on AMD. An AMD Radeon RX 5700, which offers 8 GB VRAM, is used. The biggest disadvantage of the cheapest Aurora Edition is certainly the built-in memory. Alienware only offers a HDD with 1 TB of storage space.

However, for an additional 150 USD you can get an additional 256 GB PCIe-SSD and 16 GB RAM. Those who have about 1500 USD on the high edge can secure the next higher configuration. This offers an AMD Ryzen 7 3700X, a Radeon RX 5700 XT as well as 512 GB SSD memory. If you don’t want a graphics card from AMD, you’ll have to pay at least 1900 USD. At this price you get the cheapest equipment with an Nvidia graphics card. To be more precise, Alienware installs a GeForce RTX 2080 here, while the powerful AMD Ryzen 9 3950X can be secured from 2350 USD. However, you primarily pay for the powerful processor here. After all, the configuration otherwise only offers 8 GB RAM, no SSD and the Radeon RX5700.

From 3 March also available in Germany

The new Aurora R10 Ryzen Edition is already available in the USA since November last year. The new gaming machines will also be available in Europe from March 3. Prices in this country will start at 1099 Euro

Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Bad Segeberg.

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