Boutique gaming PC manufacturer Alienware announced today two new high-end systems built around AMD?s new FX-60 dual-core CPU.
?The Aurora ALX and Aurora 7500 featuring the AMD Athlon 64 FX-60 dual-core
processor allow users to unlock the true potential of their PC by delivering
extreme application and system performance,? said Patrick Cooper, Director
of Product Management for Alienware. ?The AMD Athlon 64 FX-60 dual-core
processor lets customers take multi-tasking to the next level, appealing to
users interested in the highest-performing PC processor available.?
The systems, starting at $1,749 for the Aurora and a whopping $4,349 for the pro-end ALX, are targeted at the PC gaming enthusiast and pro-gamer markets.
“By offering the AMD Athlon 64 FX-60 dual core processor in their Aurora
systems, Alienware helps achieve the next level of high-performance gaming
and digital media,? said Bob Brewer, corporate vice-president, Desktop
Division, Microprocessor Solutions Sector (MSS) , AMD. ?Alienware?s AMD
Athlon 64 FX processor-based systems are known for being among the
highest-performing systems on the market and now, with dual-core technology,
they can offer their customers the ultimate in enthusiast PC solution.?
Check back with MyGamer soon for our review of recent Alienware products, including the Aurora 7500 desktop system.
More information, including custom configuration price sheets and technical specs, can be found on Alienware?s [a] http://www.alienware.com/product_pages/desktop_all_gaming.aspx?cs=1[aa]web site[/a].