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Best Dell and Alienware Deals: over $1,000 off gaming PCs and laptops

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While you may be focussing on Dell's new gaming laptops and Alienware rigs, it's easy to miss all of the incredible deals!

From the latest and greatest to last gen hardware with more than enough power, you can pick from a lot of huge gaming rig deals for customers of all levels and budgets. 

Now is a better time than any to snap up one of their awesome gaming PC and laptop deals. From big savings on RTX 30 Series-armed Alienware m15 laptops powerful gaming desktops, they're all here.

Best Dell Gaming Deals

$100 off the latest Alienware laptop

Alienware m15 R6: was $1,529, now $1,429 at Dell
The latest Alienware portable gaming rig, the m15 R6, features an 11th Gen Intel Core i5 CPU, RTX 3060 GPU, 8GB DDR4 RAM and a 512GB M.2 SSD — all in a svelte, stylish chassis with optimal thermal management.View Deal

Huge discount!

Alienware m15 R4 (RTX 3080, Core i7): was $2,879, now $2,547 at Dell
This powerful Alienware, 15-inch gaming laptop features an RTX 3080 GPU, Core i7-10870H graphics, 32GB of RAM and two 512GB SSDs in RAID 0. It has features a 300 Hz, 1080p display.View Deal

Alienware Aurora Ryzen Edition: was $2,919, now $2,689 at Dell
This powerful configuration of Alienware’s Ryzen-armed Aurora R10 features an AMD Ryzen 9 5900 CPU, Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 GPU, 32GB DDR4 XMP RAM and a 1TB M.2 NVMe SSD.View Deal

$200 off gaming desktop with RTX 3060!

Alienware Aurora R12: was $1,929, now $1,729 at Dell
This Alienware Aurora desktop packs a helluva punch, thanks to the RTX 3060 GPU, alongside a 11th Gen Intel Core i7-11700F CPU, 16GB DDR4 RAM and 512GB M.2 SSD.View Deal

RTX 3050 laptop!

Dell G15 Gaming Laptop: was $1,308, now $1,058 at Dell
A surprisingly powerful budget choice. The Dell G15 offers a 10th Gen Intel Core i7 CPU, RTX 3050 Ti GPU with 4GB GDDR6, 8GB DDR4 RAM and a 256GB NVMe SSD.View Deal

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.

  • Gomez Addams
    These all appear to have one thing in common : Intel CPUs.
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  • cknobman
    They all are old last gen stock with old Nvidia GPU's.

    Personally, I'd pass.
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  • gdmaclew
    I suspect that Intel has quietly suggested to Dell that they should sell their current high-end models and start selling the newest Intel CPU models to get more visibility for their newest CPUs.
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  • hotaru.hino
    gdmaclew said:
    I suspect that Intel has quietly suggested to Dell that they should sell their current high-end models and start selling the newest Intel CPU models to get more visibility for their newest CPUs.
    Or Dell has a bunch of unsold stock sitting in a warehouse that they would really like to get rid of.
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  • catavalon21
    Do we have bots now writing articles, or are we just skimming? The site for the "nearly $1,000 off the Alienware m17 R3." doesn't imply that was ever the selling price - it says"Est. value" - it does not say original price, MSRP, or anything suggesting it was ever actually sold for that price.
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  • stoicfaux
    Or with cryptocurrency prices falling due to China "banning" them, Elon Musk's comments, Tesla no longer accepting bitcoin, the trend towards cryptocurrencies moving away from excessive electricity use (i.e. going from "proof of work" to "proof of stake"), and with Nvidia's hash rate limited GPUs coming out at the end of this month, Dell may be trying to get rid of old stock in case GPU prices go back to normal/MSRP. Because even at those discounted prices, most of those RTX 2xxx Dell configurations are still way more expensive than an RTX 3xxx laptop/desktop at MSRP prices.*

    * Not to imply that GPU prices will get anywhere near MSRP in the near future.**
    ** grumble grumble grumble
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  • MartianM
    cknobman said:
    They all are old last gen stock with old Nvidia GPU's.

    Personally, I'd pass.
    Me too, given the review of the G5 that Gamers Nexus posted:
    4DMg6hUudHEView: https://youtu.be/4DMg6hUudHE
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  • Marvin Martian
    That review was 100% accurate. Dell cuts every corner possible.
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  • warezme
    Even on "sale", this junk isn't worth the price. Pay more than what these parts are worth for terribly obsolete components. Dell sales are a joke.
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  • Heat_Fan89
    Some of the absolute WORSE prebuilts are Dell and Alienware gaming desktops. I say that as a recent Alienware owner who got a good deal on an Aurora R10 when Dell was getting rid of their old stock. I paid $1250 and now I know that was way too much. I feel bad for those who spend $2000 and more thinking they are getting a GREAT gaming rig when it's further from the truth. These gaming rigs sold by Dell and Alienware, SUCK !

    And it's not just one or two things that make them suck but a LONG LIST of reasons why they suck. That's how bad the current GPU scene is that I had to resort buying an Alienware crap box.
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