$1562 $2000
Dell (Member Purchase Program)* has the Dell Alienware Aurora R9 9th Generation Core i7 Octa-Core Gaming Desktop (2019 model) for $1735 - 10% off with unique code with Dell email signup (takes up to 2 hours) = $1562 with free shipping.

Get an additional 5% off the purchase with code DPA5 [Exp 5/28 at 5AM PT] when you pay with a Dell Preferred Account (sign up). The total will be $1483 with free shipping.

*Non-members can check out as a guest user.

  • Intel Core i7-9700K 3.60GHz 8-Core, 16GB DDR4, 512GB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD
  • 8GB NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER, 802.11ac, BT 4.1, Win 10 Home x64
  • $1562 retail: $2000
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    lefthandkyle
    Ben's cred: 7
    Posted 3:13pm PDT 05/19/2020
    Posted 3:13pm PDT 05/19/2020
    Good deal?
    chakiboombaki
    Ben's cred: 15
    Posted 6:02am PDT 05/20/2020
    Posted 6:02am PDT 05/20/2020
    Yeah, for this desktop pretty good. I was looking at it a couple months ago at about $1505 not including the Dell Preferred Account bonus. Didn't pull the trigger then but thinking about it now.

    For me the real issue is that Nvidia's Ampere cards will be announced in the summer most likely, and the 10th gen Intel core i7 is on a new socket so no chip upgrades with this one. The new RTX is rumored to be a major step forward which also makes me hesitate a bit.

    I don't need the bleeding edge but I want something to run at 1440p ultra settings now and high settings for several years. $1500 seems a pretty good price for that as no doubt an i7 10700 / RTX3080 combo will run over $2K this fall. But the questions are will RTX2080 Super start choking on bigger ray tracing tasks as it becomes a more popular tech in games? And will a lack of hyperthreading in i7-9700K (added back in for 10th-gen) do the same? Wish I knew.