With the release of the Alienware Area-51 Threadripper Edition today, Dell’s Alienware division gives Advanced Micro Devices a strong recommendation. The second generation Ryzen Threadripper Edition CPUs with choices of 16 cores, 12 cores, or 8 cores will be available on the new gaming desktop. The device is intended for ardent PC gamers, game broadcasters, and “megataskers”—those who just do several tasks at once.
Alienware Area-51 R7, with AMD 2nd-gen
The Zen architecture, which is the foundation of AMD’s Threadripper series and can carry out 52% more instructions per clock cycle than the previous generation, is vying with Intel for supremacy in PC performance. The machine has a $2,200 beginning price, but there are several ways to increase that amount. There are 16-core or 12-core 2nd Gen Ryzen Threadripper CPU choices for the Area-51 R& desktop.
It makes use of the AMD X399 chipset, which supports DIY quad GPU setups, quad channel RAM, and a number of high-performance storage solutions. Alienware said that the computer can handle 4K, 8K, and VR scenarios with the different graphics choices. The Area-51 R7 can handle multiple graphics cards using AMD Crossfire or Nvidia SLI.
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It makes use of a second-generation Triad chassis that was designed for user ergonomics, heat management, and ventilation. There are possibilities for twin drives, and storage capacities start at 960 gigabytes for SSD drives and up to 2 terabytes for hard drives. The graphics cards sit atop a swinging PCI-E door that keeps them in place, but you can access them without any tools.
It is common to have liquid cooling. When using graphics that are air-cooled, each computer has two chassis fans. There is one chassis fan, two heat exchangers for the graphics cards, and a third heat exchanger for the CPU liquid-cooling unit with dual-liquid-cooled graphics. The most recent chassis contains two extra USB 3.1 Gen 1 ports and larger holes for greater ventilation.