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Up to $650 off Alienware PCs and Laptops with RTX 30 Series Graphics in Extended Presidents’ Day Sale

Dell Presidents' Day Sale
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Dell has extended its sitewide Presidents’ Day sale further into the week, meaning you can still pick up huge discounts across its entire product line, including on some of the market's best desktops, like the RTX 3070 Alienware Aurora R11. 

Discounts on gaming PCs and laptops range up to $650, and aside from the Aurora, include multiple other options armed with RTX 30 Series GPUs.


Alienware Aurora R10 with 3060Ti: was $1,919, now $1,449 at Dell
This configuration sports a RTX 3060Ti GPU, AMD Ryzen 7 3700X CPU, 16GB HyperX DDR4 RAM and a 512GB SSD — all enclosed in a sleek chassis with low-Profile Smart Cooling CPU Heatsink.


Alienware Aurora R11 with RTX 3070: was $2,209, now $1,799 at Dell
This model of the Aurora R11 comes packed with a 10th Gen Intel Core i7 10700F CPU, RTX 3070 GPU, 16GB DDR4 RAM and a 512GB NVMe SSD.


Dell XPS Desktop Special Edition: was $2,279, now $1,959 at Dell
Stepping outside of Alienware-branded hardware gets you a powerful XPS gaming rig with 10th Gen Intel Core i7-10700 CPU, GeFore RTX 3070 with 8GB GDDR6, 32GB DDR4 RAM and a 1TB M.2 SSD.


Alienware m15 R3 Gaming Laptop: was $1,949, now $1,299 at Dell
Yes, you can get the 17-inch version of this laptop for less. But while the bigger brother has a slightly weaker RTX 2060 GPU, this one comes packed with the 2070. Plus, at 15 inches, it’s a little more portable! You will also find Intel Core i7-10750H CPU, 16GB DDR4 and a 512GB SSD.


Dell G5 15 Gaming Laptop: was $1,009.99, now $749.99 at Dell
New to laptop gaming and looking to get something cheap and cheerful with enough power for casual playing? This Dell G5 15 configuration is ideal — Intel Core i7-10750H CPU, GTX 1650Ti graphics card, 8GB DDR4 RAM and a 256GB SSD.

Chances are you’ve seen or at least heard about the RTX 30 series graphics card stocking issues going on right now, leading to ridiculously high prices when buying them standalone.

But now, with pre-build discounts this deep, you can dodge the price gouging and get something that offers better value for your money.

Jason England

Jason is a deals writer at Tom's Hardware — bringing a decade of tech and gaming journalism to the role. He specializes in making sure you never pay more than you should for PC components and tech! He has previously written for other publications like Kotaku, Stuff and BBC Science Focus and in his spare time, you'll find him looking for good dogs to pet or eating pizza in his home town of Nottingham, UK.

  • Stroker
    Not a bad deal. $650 to coerce us into buying a subpar Intel chip. I was almost in.
  • InvalidError
    Stroker said:
    Not a bad deal. $650 to coerce us into buying a subpar Intel chip. I was almost in.
    No problem, more laptops for miners!