The brand-new 34″ Curved QD-QLED gaming display from Alienware and the Aurora R15 Gaming PC with Intel 13th Gen CPUs and NVIDIA RTX 40 GPUs have both been unveiled. The newest 34-inch gaming display with support for NVIDIA GSYNC and quantum dot technology was unveiled by Alienware earlier this year. The business has just unveiled its newest 34-inch gaming display with certified AMD FreeSync Premium Pro. Additionally, the business is unveiling the Aurora R15 desktop computer, which has new motherboard technology and improved performance and heat dissipation.
The latest 34-inch QD-OLED display from Alienware features a small panel design, exceptional colour performance, high peak brightness, and a wider colour gamut range. By using the Quantum Dot pixel layer of the screen to transform blue light into red and green, it also enhances colour performance.
With its wide viewing angles and 99.3% DCI-P3 colour coverage, the new Alienware 34-inch gaming display allows for true colours to be seen clearly and precisely. Each display is calibrated in-house by Alienware using Delta E>2.
It offers a brightness of 1000 nits and a phenomenal contrast ratio. With every experience, it supports greater levels of immersion and stunning realism thanks to the VESA DisplayHDR TrueBlack 400 certification.
The new Alienware gaming display now has AMD FreeSync Premium Pro certification, boasting a remarkable 0.1ms Gray to Gray (GtG) reaction time and a maximum refresh rate of 165 Hz.
Users can anticipate extremely low latency during gaming and HDR support. A few months ago, we reviewed this display’s NVIDIA variant. The colouring between the two businesses is one of the most obvious variations between the Alienware QD game displays that are AMD and NVIDIA compatible. While AMD’s version now offers a black exterior for the most recent display, NVIDIA’s edition offered a white shell with customizable RGB lights within. Many features, including cable management, the QD-OLED curved 1800R screen, the OSD 5-Axis joystick to control settings, 360° ventilation, and the ability to adjust the height, tilt, swivel, and angle for best viewing, remain the same. The available ports still support DisplayPort 1.4, HDMI 2.0, USB4, and USB Type-C.
As for the display options, they are the same and provide several modes depending on the game or streaming video that the user is watching. With TUV-certified ComforView Plus displays on each screen, gamers can play for longer periods of time with less blue light pollution.
With hexagonal side vents, Alienware has built upon the previously well-liked Aurora series of desktops, allowing for better airflow and overall system performance. The Aurora R15 has a 240mm heat exchanger, which is double the size of earlier iterations, in addition to the hexagonal venting. Users have access to an additional clear panel, which is still optional, thanks to the corporation.
Internally, the Aurora R15 makes use of five 120mm case fans and Intel 13th Gen Core K-series CPUs to provide over 50% more system power, boost performance, and keep the processor running at most 5°C cooler (on average). In comparison to earlier Alienware models, airflow has risen by 19%, and the system is 66% quieter. Depending on the tasks being performed, the GPU portion, which is compatible with current NVIDIA and AMD graphics cards, also reduces noise by almost ten percent.
The Alienware AMD 34-inch QD-OLED display will retail for $1,099.99, and the Aurora R15 desktop PC will be available starting at $1,799.99.
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