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CMachicote
2011-12-14T16:26:28Z

want a beta tester to work out the kniks on this one ?? I would do it for free . may even pay you shipping dude hapy holidays to you all

deadmanet
2011-12-14T16:29:06Z

Pretty nice rig for the price.....but, I have to agree with most of the others, I'd rather build my own and save a little cash. And have it to my specs.

rapid1
2011-12-14T17:26:27Z

Alienware/Dell has actually done pretty well in there singular space being a major OEM with a performance division.

Ryan H. Cowley
2011-12-14T17:59:03Z

This actually isn't my favorite of the alien ware cases but it's what's on the inside that count's the most.

JuicyFruitSweeT
2011-12-14T18:43:51Z

I love the top of the case, to me it resembles shark fins :)

OSunday
2011-12-14T20:35:15Z

Or build your own most advanced desktop ever for 100% control in the selection of your parts and preferences at a better price and most likely better performance!

DIY, FTW

omegadoom13
2011-12-14T22:25:13Z

I love the look, specs, and price point. Looks promising. I wonder how much overclocking you can do on that machine.

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2011-12-15T04:11:15Z

By Inspector on Dec 14, 2011

" False advertising! This is so not the most advanced desktop 😛... HAHA. nothing much to say 😛 "

I totally agree.

Alienware (before they were bought by Dell) was a fantastic boutique PC vendor; during that time, nothing compared to an Alienware PC.

Alas, that time has come and gone...If this is what Dell calls "the company’s most advanced desktop ever", then Dell has a thing (or 2) to learn, before building gaming computers.

Most people I know (that are into building their own gaming rigs) wouldn't settle for anything less than an HD6990 or GTX590 (and Crossfire/ SLI them), let alone put an AIO water cooling system to their rig.

omegadraco
2011-12-15T09:33:32Z

Why do I feel like I can build a better system for $2,199... I agree the case is sweet and Alienware has always pretty much had that covered.

dejasoul100
2011-12-15T11:25:12Z

@omegadraco, Why do you feel like you can build a better system for the money? Because you can :)

realneil
2011-12-15T12:33:14Z

dejasoul100 wrote:

Because you can :)

There are plenty of people who can't do it. They don't know enough to make informed decisions about what to buy and where to buy the parts.

That's why people come to sites like this one though. There is plenty of experience between us regular members, and together we are a great source of information for new builders to tap.

Many folks just hang out and read a lot of what we're discussing, and learn about things. I don't like to call them Lurkers, that's a weird term for someone who is just learning, or deciding if ~we~ know what we're talking about.

I know that I'm glad to be a part of it. I really enjoy the interaction too.

Samar
2011-12-15T13:33:10Z

Super Duper..anyine got a chance to play with it yet !!

CDeeter
2011-12-15T15:47:54Z

I was one of those lurkers, and the community is what got me to join. Best bunch of geeks around 🙂, and glad to be one of them!

Spybreak9
2011-12-15T20:03:58Z

Oh man it's like a sports car that automatically puts up its rear spoiler when it goes past a certain speed lol. If money was no option, drool.

realneil
2011-12-15T20:18:39Z

I'd like to build my own PC in THAT case. [:)]