Alienware just announced two new variant of their Area 51 gaming desktops. Which would include a desktop with the latest Threadripper offering from AMD. While the other variant will come equipped with the latest Core X processor from Intel. When it comes to Alienware customization is never something that is overlooked. Here users have full freedom over choosing their desired parts in the Alienware Area 51 gaming desktop. Which includes a GPU of their choosing and DDR4 RAM up to 64GB running at 2,933MHz.
In terms of specs the Threadripper variant will include two versions. Which will come with either a 12 core or a 16 core processor. Though in terms of graphics processing power the Threadripper variant of the Alienware 15 gaming desktop. Can either be equipped with an AMD RX 500 series or the latest Nvidia Pascal graphics card. This is because the Threadripper variant will be shipping on July 27th, while AMD still hasn’t officially launched its VEGA platform.
On the other hand the Intel equipped variant of the Alienware 51 gaming Desktop, will be available in three version. Which would include an Intel 6 core, 8 core and 10 core processor. Aside from that the Intel variant will also come with support for Optane memory. Where users can go with either a 16GB or 32GB stick on their motherboard. That would help them increase boot and load times on their HDD. Though the Intel variant of the Alienware 51 gaming desktop, will arrive later this summer.
Bring a gaming desktop both the AMD and Intel variants of the upcoming Alienware 15 gaming desktops. Will come with overclocked chips with liquid cooling. Users might also have the choice to overclock their AMD or Intel chips even further if needed. Aside from that for those of you who want the maximum performance. Both SLI and Crossfire support will also be provided.