Alienware Aurora R11 now ships with RTX 30 series graphics cards, including the RTX 3090. Despite the numerous configuration options available, Alienware announced today that they will provide their consumers with the option to add either an Nvidia RTX 3080 or RTX 3090 GPU.
The GPUs will be custom engineered featuring advanced cooling and boosted thermal management.
The option is available for both the Intel-based and Ryzen-based Aurora R11.
The extra graphical power will be quite expensive as adding an RTX 3080 costs you an $813.30 while RTX 3090 will cost an additional $1597.40. With the purchase you get a free copy of Watch Dogs: Legion and a 12-month membership to GeForce Now.
Alienware has also launched three new monitors and upgraded the Alienware A51m.
As a part of the upgrade, the laptop now features a 360Mz FHD panel that improves the visual experience and ensures smooth and fast-paced gameplay.
The gaming laptop also features vapour chamber cooling, 10th-generation Intel Core S-series processor, and a 12-phase HyperEfficient Voltage Regulation to maintain power levels and drive performance during game sessions.
The A51m is available in the US for $2719.99 (around £2,100, AU$3,800)
Alienware has announced three new gaming monitors. The first one is the Alienware 25 Gaming Monitor. It features a 360Hz refresh rate and supports Nvidia’s Reflex Latency Analyzer. It measures your system’s latency and informs what can be improved. The pricing starts at $899.99 (£695, AU$1,250) and is available in China this month. The rest of the world will receive it in November.
The second monitor announced today is Alienware 27. It features a 240Hz resolution and a QHD resolution. It will launch in November with a price tag of $1099.99 (£850, AU$1,530).
Last but not the least, Alienware 38, features a 37.5-inch display with a WQHD+ resolution. It also supports Nvidia G-Sync Ultimate and is DisplayHDR 600 certified. It will also launch in November at a price tag of $1899.99 (£1,470, AU$2,650).