With the all new Intel Haswell-E platform, several well-known foreign Custom Gaming Computer manufacturers have introduced the use of the new platform. But this is the first time we see a Well-known manufacture comes with a Unique design “there is a Grid type design”, this design is coming from Alienware. Today, they announced a whole new generation of Area 51, compared to the previous chassis design has undergone enormous changes.

Dell Unveils New Alienware Area 51: equipped with Haswell-E

Alienware Area 51

The new Area 51 host with a new industrial design, code-named “triplets” (Triad), the color is silver imperial look, the front panel (and rear) is black, while the blue LED light strips are making chassis more beautiful, from appearance to alien technology, this one is looking better than their previous release of Gaming PCs. The hexagonal design allows the interior fittings are almost inclined to the horizontal plane , the actual performance is to be verified, but it seems, is to force the full grid.

In terms of sepcifications, Area 51 will obviously use the just-released Haswell-E platform , the maximum choice of Core i7-5960X Eight-core processor, 32GB DDR4-2133 memory, CPU cooling still using the integrated water-cooling solutions, Graphics cards will be use of AMD or NVIDIA ofcourse the latest models, can select up to three-way CrossFire / SLI. The front panel has a set of audio I/O, two USB 3.0 and a SD card reader, and also comes with a slot-loading optical drive.

In addition, Dell also announced a new 34-inch monitor, model U3415W. 21: 9 ratio of surface display, with a resolution of 3440 × 1440 (WQHD), ultra-narrow border design, video input interface HDMI 2.0 , DisplayPort, Mini DisplayPort, and MHL input support, built-9W speaker, but the refresh rate is 60Hz.

New Alien Area 51 will be available from October, you can Pre-Order Dell U3415W monitors from next month.

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