Alienware Area-51 Gaming PC

Since its introduction in 2006, Alienware's Area 51 line has become synonymous with high-performance PC gaming. Now they're looking to continue that tradition with the new Alienware Area-51 Gaming PC. Most notable is the new triangular chassis which makes all your ports more accessible, makes it easier to access the interior, and improves thermal management. As for performance, it packs either 6- or 8-core Intel Core i7 Extreme processors, up to 32GB of 2133Mhz DDR4 memory, 802.11ac wireless, and support for up to three full-length, double-wide graphics cards, making it possible to run a 11520x2160 resolution across triple Ultra HD 4K monitors.

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