What does the Area 51 Threadripper from Alienware do?

A multitasking gamer's ideal PC should result from pairing the fastest Nvidia graphics cards with an Alienware Area 51 Threadripper CPU. With such capabilities, the Alienware Area-51 Threadripper Edition handles multimedia work rapidly and provides fluid 4K gameplay. It's priced and positioned as a high end gaming PC and is housed in an unusual triangular tower. The issue is that, save from one very specific test, it's not the fastest PC we've tested, and it's rather expensive as configured. The Alienware Area-51 Threadripper is substantially less expensive than rivals like the Velocity Micro Raptor Z95 and is superior for multimedia projects and gaming, respectively.

What does the Area 51 Threadripper from Alienware do?

A Suppressive Aesthetic

The metal frame of the Area-51 Threadripper Edition is covered in panels of molded plastic. The style is the same as the one from 2015. The system is an atypical hexagon with three short sides and three longer sides, as opposed to the traditional rectangular box found in the majority of desktop PCs. The back and front panels are made of black plastic with cooling slats, while the left and right side domed panels are silver. The bottom line is that you'll need to clear some space for this asymmetrical monolith. Fortunately, the chassis features handles integrated into each corner to make moving its 62 pounds easier.

The Area-51 Threadripper surfaces can be customized with RGB lighting in nine different spots thanks to Alienware's unique multi-zone lighting effects, and the overall look is less garish and flashy than the MSI Aegis Ti3's. The Alienware Control Center software lets you manage lighting effects. While the left side door is opened, a series of lights inside the case come on so you can see the motherboard and other components when fiddling. A similar row of lights shines on the back, allowing you to see when you connect and unplug connections.

Hot air exits the computer from the back, while cool air enters from the front and passes over the built-in CPU and GPU coolers.Even when doing our benchmark tests, the fans hardly ever reach an audible speed because of the effective airflow. It was equally as silent as the MSI Aegis Ti3, whose fans are turned off automatically to reduce noise.To open the left handed doors, pull a latch that is located on top. Three graphics cards can fit inside the internal cavity. On the motherboard, there are extra PCIe x16 and PCIe x4 slots for expansion, but I don't think you'll need them for years (if at all). 32GB of RAM, more than enough for the duration of the PC, is installed in each of the motherboard's four DIMM slots.

Additional hard drives or SSDs can fit in the two 3.5-inch and two 2.5-inch bays that are available. The pre-wired free drive bays are a nice convenience for upcoming updates. Overall, its upgradeability is comparable to that of the Velocity Micro Raptor Z95, but Area 51 Threadripper from Alienware  offers more internal expansion room than the Origin Neuron and the majority of other high-end gaming desktops.

A microphone jack, a headphone jack, an SD card slot, and two USB 3.0 ports are all located on the front panel. A unique slot-loading DVD drive is also present on the front. Six DisplayPorts, two HDMI jacks, two Ethernet jacks, surround audio ports including a S/PDIF connector, two USB 2.0 ports, one USB-C port, and seven USB 3.0 ports are all accessible on the back panel of the desktop if you turn it over. Sadly, Thunderbolt 3 technology is not supported by USB-C, which would be advantageous when moving videos to and from external SSDs. Wireless communications are handled via Bluetooth 4.1 and 802.11ac Wi-Fi under the Killer brand.

What are your options for 16 crore?

The Alienware Area51 Threadripper evaluated features a CPU, two Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics cards, 32GB of RAM, and 3TB of storage split between a 1TB SSD and a 2TB hard drive. The SSD, graphics cards, and processor make up the lion's share of the cost. The base model costs $2,699 and includes one Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 graphics card, a 12-core Ryzen Threadripper 1920X CPU, 8GB of RAM, and a 2TB hard drive.

Two top-of-the-line 11GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics cards are installed in Area-51 Threadripper. Its scores of 84 frames per second on the Heaven test and 80 frames per second on the Valley test demonstrate that it can play 3D games at 4K resolution seamlessly. You would anticipate no, demand that a gaming setup costing $5,799 would compete with the finest. Unfortunately, the Area-51 Threadripper won that award. Even if your eyes might not be able to distinguish between 80 and 113 frames per second, the price difference between these PCs is substantial.

Conclusion

The Alienware Area51 Threadripper is the most powerful CPU currently on the market that has ever been installed on a consumer PC. Consumers now have access to the kind of power that was previously only available on workstation desktops. Consumers are given freedom, scalability, and innovation with Area 51 Threadripper, and their systems have phenomenal performance.