The new generation of Dell XPS and Alienware Aurora R12 desktops was unveiled, powered by Intel 11th generation processors and rare RTX 30 series graphics cards.
Dell yesterday unveiled the new generation of Dell XPS desktop and Alienware Aurora R12 along with Intel’s 11th generation processors. These new desktops are not only equipped with the latest Intel processors, but also powered by rare RTX 30 series graphics cards. For example, one of the options of the Dell XPS Desktop model is the RTX 3070 graphics card.
The new generation of Dell XPS desktop
Combining the presence of this graphics card with Intel’s 11th generation processor makes the Dell XPS desktop not only a powerful option for graphics tasks such as content production, but also attractive for gaming. Of course, just like any other Dell PC, the XPS Desktop will come in a variety of configurations.
Here are 13 different CPU options for the new XPS desktop, the lowest of which is the 10th generation Intel Core i3-10105 processor (the only version equipped with the 10th generation Intel processor) and the highest version of which is the 11th generation Intel Core i9-11900KF processor. The same is true for the graphics card, and we will see the release of this attractive desktop in different versions with AMD and NVIDIA graphics cards.
In versions with NVIDIA graphics card, the options start from GeForce GT 1030 2GB and the highest version is GeForce RTX 3070 8GB. Versions with AMD graphics cards are a bit more limited. The base version is powered by the AMD Radeon RX 5300 3GB, while the top version is powered by the Radeon RX 5700 XT 8GB. Of course, customers can also choose the version equipped with an integrated Intel UHD graphics card. Although this version is cheaper in terms of price, we do not recommend it for users who are looking for gaming and rendering with their system.
Unlike the Dell XPS desktop, Dell has not released much information about the Alienware Aurora R12. The company is content to say that the device is equipped with Intel 11th generation processors and advanced features such as Ethernet 2.5G, PCI-Express 4.0 technology and the use of 80 Plus Gold instead of a power supply.
It’s not hard to guess that the Alienware Aurora R12 processor and memory options are the same as the XPS Desktop. In any case, the base desktop version of the XPS will be priced at $ 749.99, while the Allen Weir Aurora R12 desktop will be priced at $ 899.