Unleash the Power: Alienware's Aurora R16 Dominates with 14th Gen Intel and Unprecedented RTX 4090 GPUs!

Unleash the Power: Alienware's Aurora R16 Dominates with 14th Gen Intel and Unprecedented RTX 4090 GPUs!

Enhanced with cutting-edge hardware, Alienware's Aurora R16 delivers unparalleled performance Experience the power of 14th Gen Intel processors and RTX 4090 GPUs, taking your gaming capabilities to new heights

Alienware's compact Aurora R16 gaming desktop, which was launched just two months ago, is already receiving a refresh. The upgraded configurations, set to be available for sale on October 17th, now feature the latest 14th Gen Intel CPUs and NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 4090 GPU.

The need for a refresh is not entirely unexpected, as the original configurations of the Aurora R16 were considered to be in the "mid-tier" range even upon launch. These configurations utilized 12th Gen and 13th Gen Intel Core processors, with the most expensive option being equipped with an RTX 4070 GPU. In anticipation of Intel's 14th Gen CPUs, Alienware had withheld the RTX 4090 option, which was finally unveiled on October 16th.

The new Aurora R16 offers a choice between the Intel Core i7-14700KF or Core i9-14900KF processors, both of which are unlocked "K" variants from Intel's 14th Gen lineup. These processors can be customized by the user to enhance performance. However, the previous Aurora R16 configurations from the 12th and 13th Gen still available do not have unlocked CPUs.

In terms of graphics, the highest-priced Aurora R16 configuration now includes an NVIDIA RTX 4090 GPU with 24GB of GDDR6X memory. But Alienware provides numerous GPU options, including the RTX 4070 mentioned earlier. For those looking to save money, the Aurora R16 is also available with an RTX 3090 graphics card, which is more than capable of running modern games at moderate settings.

The Aurora R16 gaming PC stands out for its sleek design, customizable lighting, and impressive thermal capabilities. With a 40% smaller size compared to the Aurora R15, it provides next-generation performance while minimizing throttling, running 7% cooler than its predecessor. For those looking for even more advanced features, the Aurora R16 can be purchased with a liquid cooling system. Top-of-the-line configurations include 64GB of DDR5 XMP memory and 4TB of SSD storage, although users have the flexibility to upgrade the RAM and storage themselves.

Starting from October 17th, Alienware will begin selling the upgraded versions of the Aurora R16 desktop. For those interested in getting the system with a 14th Gen Intel Core processor, the starting price is $2,200. Cheaper options of the Aurora R16 are available, with prices starting from $1,300.

Source: Dell