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Alienware is all set to unveil its Area-51 gaming desktop and this time it has got an unusual makeover, probably based on the popular mathematical theorem-Pythagoras.
The design is dubbed as ‘Triad’- a small alien head in the front, top vents giving a look of scales and finally a slightly curved design.
Tech analysts say Alienware’s Area 51As has not designed the new gaming system as a traditional rectangle, but like a triple-bay hexagon of sorts.
Alienware discuses about the description in a post. It reads:
“It features an angled, easily accessible front I/O panel and hassle-free grips that make it simple to pivot your system forward to reach rear ports. Vast and open entryways on each side are designed to provide an easy way for you to perform upgrades, brainstorm new mods, or show off your rig.”
Alienware Area-51: Key specs
- Area-51 comes in a striking triangular form-factor, codenamed “Triad”
- It is using Intel’s new Core i7 Extreme processors
- Full-length, up to three 300W double-wide video cards can be installed as it comes with up to 32GB of top-of-the-line DDR4 memory. It supports up to three Nvidia or AMD video cards
- Up to a 1.5KW power supply can be specified
- It offers liquid cooling for the 8/6-core Intel Extreme processors which is unlocked. With the new chips over old quadcore processors, Intel claims up to a 45-percent increased performance. While the 8-core Core i7-5960X runs at 3.0 GHz (3.3GHz Turbo), the 6-core Core i7-5930K runs at 3.5 GHz (3.9 GHz Turbo). The 8 core Intel Extreme Processor comes with 20MB of L3 cache and the 6-core has 15MB of L3 cache
- Up to 32GB of DDR4 memory support on the Intel X99 motherboard
- Killer gigabit ethernet as standard and 802.11ac 2×2 WiFi supports its connectivity
- It come with standard high-end rig commodities, including different programmable lighting zones, liquid cooling and factory overclocking
- It has nine programmable Alien FX lighting zones are supported so that it could support software or game of users’ choice
- Area-51’s rear panel slants away from the wall, making the accessibility I/O ports simpler and easier
- The interior of Area-51 is surprisingly very roomy, allowing inclusion of various upgraded components in the later stages as per the user requirement.
According to the reports, Alienware is expected to begin the shipping of the Area-51 in the United States in October this year and the global launch will follow. However, no pricing details have been released by the company.