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Alienware Aurora Aurora R5 Price in Singapore

The Alienware Aurora Aurora R5 is a desktop PC that is powered by a Intel with 8GB DDR4 RAM and a Intel 4000MB. It also has a 4000MB] SSD and/or a 1000GB HDD for storage. The desktop PC runs on Windows 10 and has a 460W power supply.

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Best price for Alienware Aurora Aurora R5 in Singapore is S$ 2,429.00

You can buy the Alienware Aurora Aurora R5 at the lowest price of S$ 2,429.00 from Shopee which is 19% cheaper than the Alienware Aurora Aurora R5 that is sold by Qoo10 at the price of S$ 2,999.00. Alternatively, the Alienware Aurora Aurora R5 is also sold in Malaysia at Lazada with the price of S$ 2,590.00. Pricing details were last updated at 22 April 2018, 18:19.

Alienware Aurora Aurora R5 Price by Country

Country International Price Price in SGD
Malaysia MYR 7,599.00 SGD 2,590.00
Singapore SGD 2,429.00 SGD 2,429.00

Alienware Aurora Aurora R5 Specs

Processor Type Intel Core i5
Operating System Windows 10
Bit Architecture 64bit
Processor Clock Speed 2.7GHz
Processor Manufacturer Intel
Number of Processing Cores 4
Graphics Chipset Intel
Graphics Memory 4000MB
Memory Type DDR4
Maximum Memory Expansion 64GB
Memory Slots 4
Memory Clock Speed 2133MHz
SSD Capacity 1000GB
HDD Capacity 1000GB
Hard Drive Type HDD
Hard Drive Speed 7200RPM
Number of Installed Hard Drives 1
Power Supply 460W
Connector Ports
USB Type-C
USB 3.0 3
USB 2.0 6
Optical Drive
Optical Drives Type
Read Write
Dimensions (W x H x D) 212 x 472.5 x 360.5mm
Colour Silver
Weight 14.6kg
Input Device

Alienware Aurora Aurora R5 Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2017-03-06
Powerful, Toolless upgradingPoor keyboard and mouse set, Loud
We've reviewed our fair share of gaming desktops last year, but never got to review one from Dell. Luckily, Dell remembered so they sent the current edition of the Alienware Aurora R5. Check out our review of it below.The Alienware Aurora R5 is a compact...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-07
Smaller than your average mid-tower, Strong all-round performance, Good choice of CPU/GPU options, Multiple tool-free upgrade options, Subtle RGB lighting effects, Excellent connectivity, Doesn't get too loudPlastic exterior lacks premium feel, Top configurations are pricey
The Alienware Aurora has been around for about as long as we can remember and serves as a means for Dell to deliver high-end gaming PCs that pack a performance punch. Said machine has undergone numerous transformations over the years, and the latest itera...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-13
Review spec is decent value, Good-looking case, High-end graphics and processing performance, Generous warrantyUpgrades are very expensive, Case should be smaller
The Aurora is Alienware's mid-range gaming PC, slotting neatly between the Alpha living room PC and the completely over-the-top Area 51. Don't expect mid-range performance from the Aurora range, though: Alienware has kitted it out with high-end components...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-12
Dell has taken more than four years to introduce a new version of its Alienware Aurora gaming desktop. But the cleverly designed Aurora R5 is worth waiting for.For starters, its chassis is surprisingly compact. It is much shorter than a standard mid-tower...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-28
Compact, sharp-looking case, Solid, steel-frame construction, High-end specs and performance, True 4K and VR gaming potential, Overclocking headroom, Tool-less upgradeability, Capacity for Dual GPU configurations, Fully modular PSU, Low-key LED accent lights...A little noisy under heavy OC loads, All plastic external skins, Some configurations can be pricey
The Alienware brand is as venerable a name as any in the gaming space. As Alienware celebrates over twenty years in business, its computers have become instantly recognizable thanks to distinctive, out-of-this-world styling, and science-fiction references...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-14
Stellar gaming performance, as equipped, Very quiet under load, Futuristic-looking, relatively compact design, Tool-less access to internalsAdding options quickly boosts the price, All-plastic exterior, and bare-steel case inside, Limited hard drive storage expandability for a mid-tower
Years ago, the Alienware Aurora, in the form of the Alienware Aurora ALX , was the top-end model in the company's gaming-desktop lineup. It's since become more versatileā€”and a lot smaller.Today, the new-for-2016 Aurora starts at just $799 for a basic buil...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-06
Ergonomi, customizable desig, True tool-free upgradabilit, Strong overall performanc, Runs quietNot the sleekest PC in its category
Upgradability is one of the biggest benefits of having a gaming desktop, but it can also be awfully intimidating. For nontechy gaming-PC newbies (or just folks who are not handy with tools), what good is being able to upgrade your graphics card if you hav...
Reviewed on 2016-06-14
Smart, tool, less design, Tons of expansion, Clever, swing, out PSUWeak starting graphics for the price
This once, I'll allow the cliche: PC gamers, rejoice ā€“ the Aurora has finally returned. After long last, Alienware has reissued its totable but powerful MicroATX gaming PC.And, it's got way more going for it than a whole new look.Having the chance to see...
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