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Alienware Announces Area-51 7500 Systems

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    Alienware today announced the availability of its new Alienware Area-51 7500 desktop system, the newest rig in its Area-51 line of high-end gaming machines. The Area-51 7500 is the first Alienware system to feature both SLI graphics and dual-core processing with Intel processors.

    The Area-7500 makes use of NVIDIA's SLI technology, allowing for two graphics cards to provide up to twice the rendering horsepower of a single card solution.

    Similarly, the system features an Intel Pentium Processor Extreme Edition 840 dual-core processor, allowing for twice the computing power of a single processor. Along with Intel's Hyper-Threading Technology, the system is capable of processing four threads simultaneously.

    "Alienware was among the very first to offer SLI-powered systems and Intel dual-core-powered systems, and now we have brought those two extraordinary technologies together in creating the Area-51 7500," said Patrick Cooper, director of product management for Alienware. "The Area-51 7500 allows you to experience markedly increased levels of both processor and graphics performance in one system."

    "NVIDIA SLI technology gives Area-51 7500 systems the ability to provide the absolute highest image quality for next-generation games and other graphics-heavy applications," said Drew Henry, General Manager of NVIDIA nForce Products. "The Area-51 7500 offers further evidence that the combination of NVIDIA and Alienware represents a powerful graphics solution."
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