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    To find out whether or not you really need to build your own PC to get a quality machine, we bought one from Alienware. Here's how it all worked out.
    There's a lot to be said for building your own PC. There's also much to be said for buying one off the shelf. The Alienware Aurora fits into the latter category, while still having many benefits of the former. The Aurora is a striking mid-tower from Dell's gaming branch, brought back to life just as its smaller sibling, the X51 was retired.
    Despite coming off the shelf, the Aurora has an array of options to choose from and is completely upgradeable, all with the backup of customer support from Dell and a next-business-day warranty.
    So how does the Aurora stack up? Very well, actually.

    Full story from the WindowsCentral blog...
    02-24-2017 08:11 AM

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