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Alienware X51 4GHz i7-4790K Specs

Release Date in Singapore
ModelX51
DateAug 2016
Processor
Processor frequency4 GHz
Processor family4th gen Intel® Core™ i7
Processor modeli7-4790K
Processor cores4
Number of processors installed1
Processor boost frequency4.4 GHz
Processor socketLGA 1150 (Socket H3)
Processor cache8 MB
Processor cache typeSmart Cache
Processor threads8
System bus rate5 GT/s
Bus typeQPI
Processor lithography22 nm
Processor operating modes64-bit
Processor seriesIntel Core i7-4700 Desktop series
Processor codenameDevil's Canyon
Thermal Design Power (TDP)88 W
Tcase72.72 °C
PCI Express slots version3.0
Maximum number of PCI Express lanes16
PCI Express configurations1x16,2x8,1x8+2x4
SteppingC0
Maximum internal memory supported by processor32 GB
Memory types supported by processorDDR3-SDRAM
Memory clock speeds supported by processor1333,1600 MHz
Memory bandwidth supported by processor (max)25.6 GB/s
ECC supported by processorNo
Memory
Internal memory8 GB
Internal memory typeDDR3-SDRAM
Maximum internal memory16 GB
Memory slots2x DIMM
Memory clock speed1600 MHz
Non-ECCYes
Memory channelsDual
Optical drive
Optical drive typeDVD Super Multi DL
Optical drives quantity1
Ports & interfaces
USB 2.0 ports quantity2
USB 3.0 (3.1 Gen 1) Type-A ports quantity6
DVI portNo
HDMI ports quantity1
Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) ports1
Microphone inYes
Headphone outputs1
Line-outYes
Line-inYes
S/PDIF out portYes
Weight & dimensions
Width95 mm
Depth318 mm
Height343 mm
Weight5.49 kg
Networking
Ethernet LANYes
Wi-FiYes
Ethernet LAN data rates10,100,1000 Mbit/s
Cabling technology10/100/1000Base-T(X)
Top Wi-Fi standardWi-Fi 4 (802.11n)
Wi-Fi standards802.11b,802.11g,Wi-Fi 4 (802.11n)
Storage
Total storage capacity1000 GB
Storage mediaHDD
Number of HDDs installed1
HDD capacity1000 GB
HDD interfaceSerial ATA
HDD speed7200 RPM
Software
Operating system installedWindows 8.1
Operating system architecture64-bit
Drivers includedYes
Packaging content
Display includedNo
Mouse includedYes
Keyboard includedYes
ManualYes
Design
Product colourBlack
Placement supportedHorizontal/Vertical
Water cooling systemNo
Graphics
On-board graphics adapterYes
Discrete graphics adapter modelNVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 960
On-board graphics adapter modelIntel® HD Graphics 4600
Discrete graphics adapter memory2 GB
On-board graphics adapter familyIntel® HD Graphics
On-board graphics adapter base frequency350 MHz
On-board graphics adapter dynamic frequency (max)1250 MHz
Maximum on-board graphics adapter memory1.024 GB
Number of displays supported (on-board graphics)3
On-board graphics adapter DirectX version11.2
On-board graphics adapter ID0x412
Number of execution units20
Performance
Product typeMini PC
Motherboard chipsetIntel® H87
Audio chipRealtek ALC3861
Audio output channels7.1 channels
Password protectionYes

Reviews of Alienware X51 4GHz i7-4790K

straitstimes.com
Reviewed on 2016-01-06
Alienware's latest X51 gaming PC would not look out of place in an office.Yes, it still has the brand's distinctive alien head logo on the front, but the company shows uncharacteristic restraint by putting just a couple of LED lights on the X51.Also, unli...
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tomsguide.com
Reviewed on 2015-07-02
Stylis, compact design, Strong graphics performance, Relatively affordable, Useful personalization software
Doesn't support highest-end graphics cards
You'd be forgiven for mistaking the Alienware X51 for a gaming console at first glance. This sexy mini-tower is built for the living room, with a compact and curvy design that's complemented by some signature Alienware flourishes.When stood vertically, th...
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Digitaltrends.com
Reviewed on 2013-06-06
Small, compact chassis, Plenty of connectivity, Components are surprisingly easy to replace, Affordable
Limited upgradability, Bundled peripherals seem a waste, Loud when gaming
The PC gaming console has long been a dream of both hardware manufacturers and gamers. Consoles offer a living-room gameplay experience, while computers provide incredible performance, a wider selection of games, and upgradability. Meshing the two togethe...
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Digitaltrends.com
Reviewed on 2012-04-19
Beautifully compact design, Lots of power for the price, USB 3.0 ports and built-in Wi-Fi beat you to the punch on upgrades, Easy access interior, part-swapping
Minimally flexible for future upgrades, More complex than a standalone console, Hefty power brick will need to be hidden away under some furniture
Dell refreshed the X51, check out our review of the 2013 Alienware X51 . Gaming consoles can do some amazing things, no question, but there's really no comparing the graphical output and processing power of the Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3 with a proper gam...
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wired.com
Reviewed on 2012-04-16
Plenty of ports and power for most gaming needs. Super portable: 15 percent the size of a regular Alienware tower. Modular internal design makes replacing or upgrading parts easy. Sturdy build. Reasonably quiet
Necessarily limited expansion options: 330watt power supply and physical issues mean replacing the video card is tricky. Still more expensive than a DIY system. Power brick is the size of a man's shoe
It’s been quite a while since I attended my last LAN party, but I was under the impression that most gamers have moved on to laptops like these folks, if for no other reason than to quit it with all the lugging, loading, and hauling of gear. A laptop m...
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anandtech.com
Reviewed on 2012-02-17
While Alienware isn't openly inviting comparisons to Microsoft's Xbox 360 with their brand new X51 gaming desktop, it's hard not to see the resemblance, at least in form factor. But where Microsoft's aging console continues trudging away with genera...
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techworld.com
Reviewed on 2012-02-07
Among built-to-order gaming PCs, Alienware is about as close as one gets to a household name, and the brand is largely synonymous with huge black boxes covered in garish blinking lights. The new Alienware X51 ($999 as configured, as of February 3, 201...
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pcworld.com_techhive.com
Reviewed on 2012-02-06
Category-leading performance, Small, tinkerer-friendly chassis
Ultimately limited upgrade options
Among built-to-order gaming PCs, Alienware is about as close as one gets to a household name, and the brand is largely synonymous with huge black boxes covered in garish blinking lights. The new Alienware X51 ($999 as configured, as of February 3, 2012...
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theverge.com
Reviewed on 2012-02-03
Good value for the money, Small form factor makes for a place-anywhere gaming PC, Clever case allows for easy upgrades
Cheaper configurations have limited upgrade potential, No wireless controller or remote, No solid state drive option
When the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 received their slim makeovers, it was like two strangers passing in the night: the PS3 Slim traded the gloss and capacitive keys for a matte finish and physical buttons, while the Xbox 360 S adopted the PS3's sheen and ...
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hothardware.com
Reviewed on 2012-02-01
Powerful machine for its size, Sleek, attractive design, Extremely quiet, even under load, Great gaming performance up through 1080p resolution with high image quality, Cool AlienFX lighting effects, Relatively low power consumption
A little pricey, depending on your config, No SD card slot
Dell's enthusiast gaming PC division has built a legacy on designing over-the-top desktops and notebooks, that push the boundaries of performance and style with an unmistakable design flair. We've been pretty impressed with the Alienware systems we've...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2012-01-26
Nice performance from a compact system. Easy-to-service interior. USB 3.0 ports. HDMI video output. Up to three monitor support. Integrated Wi-Fi.
Bottom Line, The Alienware X51 gaming desktop goes after the console gamer that wants a bit more out of their gaming experience
The Alienware X51 ($999.99 direct) fits everything a serious gamer needs into a compact chassis. The desktop has a full-size hard drive, desktop-class quad-core processor, and, best of all, a 150-watt  discrete graphics card with multimonitor support...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2013-01-03
Space conscious gaming PC is small enough to go most places, but still packs a punch
No SSD options means people will have to go aftermarket
The showed just how tightly a gaming PC can be built. Sure, you could always put together your own housed beastie if you need ultimate power, but for those short on time or needing something smaller, the X51 is an excellent solution. Since nothing's ...
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goodgearguide.com.au
Reviewed on 2012-02-28
Small footprint, Good amount of power, Nice lighting scheme
Large external power brick, No optical disc holder, A little hard to work on
The Alienware X51 is a slim tower PC that flies under the radar compared to most gaming PCs on the market — including Alienware's own Aurora machines. It's designed to appeal to users who want something simple and effective, and for users who don't rea...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2012-02-21
Full desktop power in a much smaller package. Optimus keeps power consumption low, so long as you use the HDMI port
Hard drive and CPU fan could stand to be quieter
In something that approximates console-size, Alienware has released an intriguing little machine that also manages to be a high-powered PC. If you want a powerful PC but can no longer justify the size, time and effort in building one yourself, it's a t...
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cgmagonline.com
Reviewed on 2016-05-17
Alienware has been on a bit of a roll lately. As a long-time cynic of the brand, that's a very refreshing thing to claim. I remember when Alienware was the only market brand more needlessly overpriced than Apple, only without the self-respect to show simi...
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