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Alienware Aurora ALX HLDS BH20N Driver
A brilliant touch, though the button is sadly difficult to locate and the light fades off a little too quickly.
Ports here are fairly standard: The rest of the case is fancy mechanics — the first vent on the top slides away to reveal two USB ports, a port, headphone and microphone jacks. Press the alien head on the front and a panel at the front silently whooshes down to reveal the optical drive and card reader, cleverly lit by white LEDs. Then Alienware Aurora ALX HLDS BH20N come to the most audacious feature of the Aurora — the lights.
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Broken into Alienware Aurora ALX HLDS BH20N zones, each can be programmed with 20 different colours that either stay solid, cycle through a range or "pulse" which is more of a gradated flash than a smooth transaction. According to Alienware, all of this adds up to 25 billion combinations — we've long forgotten how to do permutation maths, so we'll have to take the company's word for it. Dell It's not just the case though — the included TactX keyboard and mouse also feature colour-changing LEDs, but don't support transitions.
Unlike usual keyboard and mouse bundles, Alienware's are of high quality, and as far as we can tell they're custom jobs too. The keyboard comes with two USB cables presumably for extra power for the LEDsand has a big and obvious mute button — a nice touch.
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Response itself feels slightly cushioned and a little slack, resulting in the user having to hit harder than what they are perhaps used to to register all key presses. Media control buttons sit on either side of the silver alien head at the top, and require a fair bit Alienware Aurora ALX HLDS BH20N force to actuate.
To the left are six "C" buttons, all of which can perform a customised task including macros.
There are also three shift states activated by the "S" keys in the top leftgiving a total of 18 customised buttons. To this end, we think it delivers. System design While the moulded plastic that clings to the metal case gives the Aurora ALX gaming PC its alien-like appearance, the inside is also far from normal.
In fact, the inside of the case shows just how much thought has gone into the design of the system. What we like most is the construction of the drive bays: The mounting points for Alienware Aurora ALX HLDS BH20N SATA data and power interfaces are secured inside the bays, and all you have to Alienware Aurora ALX HLDS BH20N if you want to add another hard drive is slide it in and make sure it clicks into place. It's a very neat system and it means there are no hanging cables to be seen anywhere.
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The only way the drive bays could be made better is if they were hot-swappable. As it stands, you have to switch off the system in order to perform upgrades.
We like the outward-facing drive bays in the Aurora ALX. They're tool-less and cable-less.
Another thing that's obvious when you look inside the machine is the small motherboard. This has two full-sized graphics slots that can accommodate an ATI CrossFire configuration for up to four GPUs, but it doesn't give you a chance to insert any other expansion cards, such as a sound card or digital TV tuner.
It will require a lot of desk space or floor area. The CPU is liquid-cooled via a reservoir that's mounted at the rear near the air vents at the top of the case. Unfortunately, the graphics cards are not cooled with liquid, so you'll still hear their fans roar into action once you load up your games.
A shroud sits in front of the graphics cards to make sure that air moves efficiently through the rear of the system.