Today, Dell is announcing some improvements to some of its Alienware gaming PCs. For one thing, the Aurora R11 and Aurora Ryzen Edition R10 are now available with Nvidia's latest GeForce GPUs, up to an RTX 3090.
But Dell is actually promising more than that. It's promising custom-engineered GPUs that are based on the RTX 3080 and 3090. These will include things like better cooling with 10mm copper heat pipes, better airflow with a dual axial fan design, and better efficiency.
The Alienware Auroras with RTX 30 series GPUs are available now, and Dell says you can check its website for pricing.
Next up is the Alienware Area-51m, which is now available with a 360Hz refresh rate. That offers the smoothest experience around, giving you that little bit of an edge over other gamers. This configuration is available now, and it starts at $2,719.99.
There are also a few new Alienware monitors. The Alienware 25 Gaming Monitor has an FHD resolution, but like the Area-51m, it has a 360Hz refresh rate. It also has Nvidia's Reflex Latency Analyzer, which measure's your system's latency and tells you what can improve. It's available in China this month, and it will be available globally in November, starting at $899.99.
There's a new Alienware 27 Gaming Monitor with a QHD resolution and a 240Hz refresh rate, giving you a bit more balance between the two specs. It also offers DisplayHDR 600, and it's coming in November starting at $1,099.99.
Finally, the Alienware 38 Gaming monitor is a 37.5-inch massive curved screen with a WQHD+ resolution. It supports Nvidia's G-Sync Ultimate and DisplayHDR 600, and it's coming in November for $1,899.99.