Unfortunately, since Intel’s more powerful 11th-gen H-series GPUs aren’t ready yet, the M15 and M17 booths will rock 10th-gen octa-core processors. If you can’t live with this, you’ll want to wait a few months. Intel is releasing its first 11th generation H-series chips soon, but they’re limited to four cores and intended for ultraportable gaming laptops. Their 8-core siblings won’t be here until later this term.
Alienware also unveiled the Aurora Ryzen Edition Desktop PC (R10), which supports AMD’s new Ryzen 5000 processors up to 16 cores. It’s a sleek looking machine, with the round sci-fi-like design that Alienware loves so much lately. You can equip it with Radeon RX 6800XT or NVIDIA RTX 30 GPUs, as you would expect. And you’ll also be able to install up to 128GB of DDR4 RAM, which is double Alienware’s previous workstations.