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'Alienware' Using 'Athlon 64 FX' In Its Aurora Systems

by Rainier on Sept. 23, 2003 @ 9:55 a.m. PDT

Alienware announced today the immediate availability of the AMD Athlon 64 FX processor in its Aurora systems. Aurora desktop gaming systems boast a long history of earning awards from industry leading publications such as CNet, Computer Shopper, PC Gamer, and many more.

As an AMD Athlon 64 FX processor launch partner, Alienware continues to deliver top-of-the-line performance to its customers, reinforcing its position as an industry leader. The AMD64 technology-based Alienware Aurora features state-of-the-art components, the exclusive Alienware case, and award-winning toll-free 24/7 phone support.

“The Alienware Aurora continues to be an industry leader in technology, engineering, and design,” said Kevin Wasielewski, Vice President of Marketing for Alienware Corporation. “With AMD64 technology, Alienware Aurora systems will reach new levels of performance in games and other high end applications.”

Alienware is recognized throughout North America and Europe as the leading manufacturer of high-performance computer desktop and mobile systems and leading-edge professional systems. In addition to the desktop Aurora, Alienware plans to release an Aurora-M mobile system based on the AMD Athlon 64 processor early next year.

“The revolutionary AMD64 architecture gives Alienware’s customers the superior power of 64-bit computing without sacrificing leading-edge 32-bit performance and compatibility for today’s software,” said Tim Wright, Director, Desktop Marketing, AMD’s Computation Products Group. “With the AMD Athlon 64 processor, enthusiasts can enjoy a more compelling and immersive cinematic computing experience.”

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