When it comes to branded computers and notebooks for gaming, one company that gamers instantly think of is Alienware. Previously they had released the Area-51 m9750 gaming notebook. Now Alienware has sent word that they have launched the Area-51 750i gaming desktop.
Tom Petersen is the director of SLI products at NVIDIA. He quoted, “We are eager to have the NVIDIA nForce 750i SLI motherboard as the centerpiece of this aggressive platform. With support for PCI-VIDIA SLI, GeForce GPUs with support for PhysX and CUDA, DirectX 10 and more, the nForce 750i delivers an unbeatable system for gamers and enthusiasts alike.”
Marc Diana, Product Marketing Manager, Alienware commented, “The Area-51 750i desktop is one of the most robust computers we’ve ever developed. There is something here for everyone, from the entry-level system to the high-end maxed out configuration, the Area-51 750i promises an experience that will fit your gaming needs and your budget.”
As the moniker suggests, the Area-51 750i gaming PC has been built on the NVIDIA nForce 750i SLI motherboard. It can be easily customized to meet your requirements and the desktop configurations will include Intel Core2 Extreme CPU as well as 8GB of DDR2 memory along with 64-bit OS. As for the graphics, there will be option of NVIDIA SLI or ATI CrossFireX multi-GPU.
The Area-51 750i gaming desktops come with a starting price of $1,049 (approx. Rs. 51, 000). And yes, these desktops will have support for PCI-Express 2.0.