Clicky

'); //]]>

Alienware M18X Lands With Nvidia GeForce GTX 580M

By  |  0 Comments

Prepare for one of the most powerful and immersive gaming experiences you can get on a notebook. The Alienware M18x has landed with the latest Nvidia GeForce GTX 580M GPU capable of delivering tear inducing frame rates up to 30% higher than the competition. Kick things up a notch with dual GTX 580M GPUs and NVIDIA SLI to take home performance that is hard to match.

Alienware M18X Open

Alienware M18X in Red

The Alienware M18x comes factory overclocked at an amazing 4.0GHz Intel Core i7 Extreme quad core processor, up to 16GB DDR3 1600 MHz RAM or 32GB DDR3 RAM 1333MHz and 1.5TB hard drive options or a 512GB SSD. Dell allows you to max out the Alienware M18X with 5.1 performance audio, optional WirelessHD Display for HDMI quality wireless connectivity to your HDTV and USB 3.0 ports for faster data connectivity.

The Alienware M18x is getting an upgrade that lets you choose between a single Nvidia GeForce GTX 580M GPU with 2GB GDDR5 RAM and dual Nvidia GeForce GTX 580M GPUs with 4GB GDDR5 RAM in SLI configuration for incredible power in a portable package.

Sample Nvidia GeForce GTX 580M GPU performance

While you’re on the go, enjoy the spacious 18.4″ display on the M18X with a 1080P HD resolution. Thanks to the powerful GPU you can play in 1080P without turning down the details.

Improvements

The new Alienware M18X isn’t just toting the latest Nvidia GPU into the fragfest, it also brings a few new physical changes to the party. The new keyboard centered touchpad should eliminate errant mouse movement while gaming. The display has  anew edge rubber seal which is designed to complement the refined look of the Alienware line which is sleeker, but not small enough to be called thin. Rounding out the enhancements is the new Alienware TactX Macro Keys, which allow you to customize 5 keys to for easy access to up to 15 distinct functions per game.

Alienware M18X Gallery

Josh Smith is a longtime mobile tech user, currently using a Droid as his primary smartphone. Josh is also an editor at Notebooks.com where he reviews notebooks and other mobile tech. Follow Josh on Twitter @Josh_Smith or email him Josh@Notebooks.com.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>