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When you think of extremely powerful PCs for gaming – people usually think of really big desktop towers (yup, I have one…). However, to fight that “stereotype” of gaming PCs, Dell has unveiled the Alienware X51. The Alienware X51 is pretty much one of the smallest gaming desktop PCs to hit the market. From front to back, it measures 12.52”. From top to bottom (from the front), it is just 13.5” tall. And it is 3.74” wide! The idea behind the Alienware X51 was to give gamers the opportunity to do all the awesome gaming but accommodate for flexibility to be used in almost any living space with such a small chassis.
While small in size, the Alienware X51 comes packing quite a punch for such a small desktop PC. It features Intel’s second-generation Core processors (either a Core i3, Core i5, or Core i7) with Intel’s H61 Express Chipset. For awesome high definition gaming and video – the Alienware X51 comes standard with a NVIDIA GeForce GT 545 discrete GPU with 1GB GDDR5 onboard memory. However, you can also get an optional NVIDIA GeForce GTX 555 discrete GPU also with 1GB GDDR5 if you want more graphics power. These GPUs also allow for the Alienware X51 to support 3D – which includes 3D gaming and 3D Blu-ray video. With HDMI 1.4, you can connect this PC to a HDTV and if the HDTV supports 3D – do 3D awesomeness.
Here are the full specs for the Alienware X51:
One of the other things that stood out for me with regard to the Alienware X51 is that with the design of the chassis, Dell made sure to accommodate for “future upgrades”. With the Alienware X51, you’ll be able to perform your own hard-drive, graphics, and memory upgrades quickly and easily.
Not only is the Alienware X51 small and super powerful, it also comes at an affordable price starting at $699. Alienware X51 is available now on Dell.com and Alienware.com.
I also suggest reading this most excellent blog post from John Blain and Frank Azor who is a Product Lead at Alienware on the Direct2Dell blog.
I’ll be blogging more about this PC in a few weeks as I’ve got one coming to me!
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They call it a gaming pc with an i3, GT545, and a 240W PSU?? wow... step up your game. a custom build with those components wouldn't come close to $700...
It never ceases to amaze me how Dell puts out a powerful machine but leaves out an SSD and a sata III interface. They use old 3Gbps sata II spinning disks! It probably doesn't even have an expansion slot to add a sata III card.
It look spretty but I bet custom build is still superior. ;)
Just knew you'd be on this Brandon! Bet like me you want one...
It looks great, but sadly, as pretty much always with pre-build computers, you pay a lot more than the value of what you get.