With the recent releases of Nvidia GeForce RTX 30 Series GPUs and 360Hz NVIDIA G-SYNC, Alienware is updating its gaming monitor lineup. These new monitors will feature IPS Nano Colour panels for exceptional colours without sacrificing refresh rates or response times. Several Alienware Gaming PCs are also getting upgraded with new RTX 30 series GPU options.
Both the Aurora R11 and Ryzen Edition R10 will be updated with Nvidia GeForce RTX 30-series graphics cards, capable of delivering a ” high-level experience at home as it does in the world’s most demanding esports arenas”. The new graphics cards will come with Alienware’s own custom cooling solution, designed to deliver low temperatures, high airflow, and maximum efficiency. This solution is compromised of 4x 10mm copper heat pipes with integrated vapour chambers that transfer the heat to the heatsink. Then, the 2x axial fans push air through the heatsink, making the hot air exhausts from “specially located vents”. Additionally, space was also taken into consideration, offering a 2.5x PCIe slots design with 267mm in length and 2x 8-pin PCIe power connectors to deliver energy to the graphics card.
Featuring a 360Hz refresh rate, 1ms G2G response time, a 1080p IPS screen and Nvidia Reflex Latency Analyzer, the 24.5-inch AW2521H delivers “blazing-fast refresh rates and incredibly low latency”. Alienware’s mice (AW610M, AW510M and AW310M) are compatible with the Reflex Latency Analyzer, allowing you to measure the system’s latency to give you a better “understanding of the mouse, PC and monitor performance”. This model will only be available in “dark side of the moon” colour.
The AW2721D uses a 27-inch IPS Nano Colour panel with a 240Hz refresh rate, QHD resolution, 1ms G2G response time, and certified with Nvidia G-Sync Ultimate and VESA DisplayHDR 600, offering rich colours from any angle while also delivering incredible gaming performance.
The ultrawide AW3821DW monitor features a 37.5-inch IPS Nano Colour panel with WQHD resolution and is also certified with Nvidia G-Sync Ultimate and VESA DisplayHDR 600, providing users with “tear-free ultra-low latency gameplay” with realistic images.
The Alienware Area-51m gaming laptop is also receiving a 17-inch, 360Hz FullHD monitor option, providing users with a powerful yet mobile solution for gaming with a display capable of smooth and “fast-paced gameplay”.
Alienware Aurora R11, Ryzen Edition R10, and Area-51m are available now starting at $899.99, $1004.99, and $2299.99, respectively. The AW2521H, the AW2721D, and the AW3821DW are set to release in November. The AW2521H will be priced at $899.99, the AW2721D for $1099.99, and the AW3821DW for $1899.99.
KitGuru says: Are you thinking about ordering a new Alienware gaming system? Would you like to pair it with one of the new Alienware gaming monitors? Which one would you prefer?
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