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alienware aurora core i7 2600k spring 2011

alienware aurora core i7 2600k spring 2011
alaScore 81

2 reviews

Dec, 2018

We have collected and analysed 2 expert reviews from international sources. Experts rate this product 61/100. The average review date is 02-06-2011. We have compared these reviews to 321681 reviews from other Desktop Computers. The alaScore™ for this product is 81/100 = Very good. Last update: 10-12-2018.

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Expert review by : Rich Brown (cnet.com)

Alienware Aurora (Core i7-2600K review: Alienware Aurora (Core i7-2600K

 

Alienware Aurora (Core i7-2600K

The ; boasts one of the more eye-catching designs among higher-end gaming PCs, accompanied by configurable external lighting, capacious hard-drive space, and a wide range of connectivity options.

This system's application performance lags behind that of more aggressively overclocked boutique PCs, and suffers from a small memory allotment and lack of affordable solid-state storage options.

We can't recommend the Alienware Aurora on performance and value grounds, but its memorable appearance might appeal to those interested in making a statement with a gaming desktop.

Jun, 2011

Expert review by (cnet.com)

Alienware Aurora Core i7-2600K, spring 2011

 

Design You may know Alienware best from its old bulbous alien-head case designs, but the new look takes a more angular approach. Alienware has also abandoned the old bug-eyed effect for a more armored appearance, but overall the new case has a similar...

The Alienware Aurora boasts one of the more eye-catching designs among higher-end gaming PCs, accompanied by configurable external lighting, capacious hard-drive space, and a wide range of connectivity options.

This system's application performance lags behind that of more aggressively overclocked boutique PCs, and suffers from a small memory allotment and lack of affordable solid-state storage options.

We can't recommend the Alienware Aurora on performance and value grounds, but its memorable appearance might appeal to those interested in making a statement with a gaming desktop.

Jun, 2011