Manufacturer refurbished - Alienware Aurora R6 i7-7700K GTX 1080 Dell's 1Yr  Next Business Day Warranty , 5 % cashback from Quidco. £ 1399 with cashback!  £1449 @ laptek / Ebay
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Manufacturer refurbished - Alienware Aurora R6 i7-7700K GTX 1080 Dell's 1Yr Next Business Day Warranty , 5 % cashback from Quidco. £ 1399 with cashback! £1449 @ laptek / Ebay

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Found 16th Nov
Alienware Aurora R6 Desktop Liquid Cool PC
Intel® Core™ i7-7700K (Quad Core)

1 TB SATA3 512E Hard Drive (7200RPM)256GB PCIe M.2 Solid State Drive16GB (2X8GB) 2400MHz DDR4 UDIMM Non-ECCNVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 with 8GB GDDR5X

Windows 10 Pro (64bit), Liquid Cooled Chassis

Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 3165 + Bluetooth 4.2

Dell 105 Key USB Keyboard & Mouse

8 Comments

Very tempting, could probably build around the same price but I'm lazy :P

Heat added

Hi everyine, i just wanted to share my experience with my last Alienware system. Please check if there's actually liquid cooled system installed as when I purchased mine and opened it a few months later for upgrades realised it had a standard air cooler for the CPU. I've called Dell and all they said was they never said it was liquid cooled and that the chassis was able to handle it as it was the same as their actual liquid cooled system. I was very disappointed to find this out like that so I thought I let people know if there's anyone interested in buying it. Thanks

Last gen tech at next gen tech prices.

At these price points I personally think any self respecting enthusiast should be self building

But then I’m a pc snob so best to ignore me

gowf1 h, 33 m ago

Last gen tech at next gen tech prices. At these price points I personally …Last gen tech at next gen tech prices. At these price points I personally think any self respecting enthusiast should be self building But then I’m a pc snob so best to ignore me


totally agree mate, the opinion not the ignore you lol!

If you were buying an alienware, a real man would buy an area 51, just saying....

Six core CPUs (i7-8700) are available since last month, so it's not worth spending £1450 on this now.
Also, the GTX 2000 series (with GDDR6 memory) will be available early 2018 so the price of the 1080 and 1080ti will go down very soon.

Edit: It's cheaper (£1399) to buy this computer on dell website and with a better cpu, because of their offer. (-£100 code + £100 cashback)
Edited by: "nice-new" 16th Nov

nice-new26 m ago

Six core CPUs (i7-8700) are available since last month, so it's not worth …Six core CPUs (i7-8700) are available since last month, so it's not worth spending £1450 on this now.Also, the GTX 2000 series (with GDDR6 memory) will be available early 2018 so the price of the 1080 and 1080ti will go down very soon.Edit: It's cheaper (£1399) to buy this computer on dell website and with a better cpu, because of their offer. (-£100 code + £100 cashback)

Not so sure about the price drop, nvidia will most likely keep upping the price of new cards because £1k just rolls off the tongue.

Great price, heat added
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