Today Alienware announced an update to its flagship gaming desktop. The desktop machine can now be configured with the latest Intel Core i7 processors. There is also an Extreme Edition option available with as many as six cores and 15MB of cache while hitting overclock speeds up to 4.3GHz with Turbo Boost technology.
Yes, that sounds awesome to gamers. These options come as part of the new Ivy Bridge-E processors that Intel announced today at the IDF 2013. The Aurora gaming desktop is now also available with the latest NVIDIA GeFore 700 series and AMD 8900 series graphics.
Other specs include: four internal drive bays to add additional hard drives or solid state drives and support for quad-channel DDR3 memory. The entry level Alienware Aurora configuration gives you 2 terabytes of on-board storage aside from an overclocked Intel Core i7-4820K Ivy Bridge-E processor and an NVIDIA GeFore GTX760 graphics card. The price is $1,399 and it is available now. Serious gamers need a serious rig and this is it.