Alienware Adds PCI Express

Alienware, the leading manufacturer of high-performance desktop, notebook, and professional systems, announced today the immediate availability of PCI Express in their Intel-based desktop and workstation systems. Powered by PCI Express technology, Alienware systems offer a remarkable performance increase in the execution of computer applications. The result is an even more realistic gaming experience and an impressive speed increase for demanding professionals.

Available now in Area-51 desktop systems and MJ-12, OZMA, and Roswell professional workstations, PCI Express architecture ushers in extraordinary enhancements including doubling the bandwidth to meet the demands of emerging graphics of next-generation 3D games, professional 3D content creation, high-definition video editing, and much more. This exciting innovation sets the stage for the flawless execution of tomorrow's visually-rich graphics applications.

"Alienware leads the industry with feature-rich and performance-dominant system designs," said Kevin Wasielewski, vice president of marketing for Alienware Corporation. "Working with Intel to offer PCI Express powered systems at launch enables Alienware to deliver our customers the benefits of this latest performance boost as soon as possible."

Along with innovative PCI Express technology, Alienware systems feature Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM, Intel Matrix Storage Technology and Intel High-Definition Audio. Dual Channel DDR2 memory enables Alienware systems to process critical information at blistering speeds while Intel® Matrix Storage Technology provides enhanced performance along with improved data protection to ensure vital information is secure. Intel High-Definition Audio supplies 7.1 Dolby Digital Audio with THX certification to raise the bar and define a new standard in enthusiast PC audio.

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