Alienware has announced an update to its flagship gaming desktop, the Alienware Aurora ALX. The Alienware Aurora will now be powered by the latest Intel Core i7 processors with an Extreme Edition option which carry up to 6 cores, 15MB of cache, with overclock speeds up to 4.3GHz using Turbo Boost technology. Intel’s new IvyBridge-E 4000-series family of processors announced at the Intel Developer Forum 2013 in San Francisco. Regarding its GPU user has its option for an NVIDIA GeForce 700 or AMD 8900 series graphics. Other features will be quad-channel DDR3 memory, and an innovative ALX chassis that features an intelligent thermal management system which will monitor key locations within the chassis to make sure that heat is dissipated optimally. Active venting by the chassis is controlled through Alienware’s Command Center, the five mechanical vents are triggered when the chassis reaches high thermal values. There is also a liquid cooling support to eliminate distracting noise with high-performance CPU cooler, which is more than twice as quiet as the standard heatsink and fans on other PCs. The efficient cooling also helps increase component longevity.The new configurations are available today through Dell’s site, starting at $1,399.