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Dell and Alienware Accelerate Gaming with NVIDIA GeForce 8800 Ultra Graphics Card

Discussion in 'News' started by malware, May 6, 2007.

  1. malware New Member

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    Alienware and Dell, are now taking enthusiasts to the next level by offering the mega-powerful NVIDIA GeForce 8800 Ultra graphics cards on high-performance Alienware Area 51, Alienware Aurora and Dell XPS gaming desktops. The SLI-Ready GeForce 8800 Ultra graphics processor delivers outstanding graphics quality for even the most challenging and complex gaming and multimedia applications. Systems configured with multi-core processors and the GeForce 8800 Ultra GPUs will be primed to take on this year’s highly anticipated DirectX 10 gaming titles as well as next-generation OpenGL titles. Dell XPS gaming system details and pricing are available at www.dell.com/gaming. Alienware system details and pricing are available at www.alienware.com/desktops.

    Source: Dell
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    just another line of puters "designed for rich peoples":shadedshu
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    I find it funny that people that go for XPS might as well get something like Heavy H20s rig...
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    Those people deserve to have good computers. And if they can't built their own (or don't have the time to), it doesn't mean they're stupid. Just means they're no computer geeks or simply too occupied with other things (i.e. job, family, etc).
  5. Oliver New Member

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    h2c setup

    I setup a XPS h2c for a customer last week.........man that thing goes....(guess it's the same for the parent c° alienware)......and he has a four year warranty on it.......if your loaded approx 4000€ and want to lease it and want warranty on spares and assembly and hotline etc.......go for it (thats what i say)

    Other wise build you'll be better off.:rolleyes:

    In my opinion thats how it sums up
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    Starting at $8,000,000.99
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    My Alienware setup : $10473

    My Dell setup: $8312

    Course Dell would be cheaper, by 2000 USD. All in all, I think we could build one alot cheaper.
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    $8000 holy crap. That's a sh*t load of money. Nice rig though

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