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After 7 PC builds and as a first time Alienware owner...I don't think I will be going back to DIY builds.

tl;dr - Extremely happy as an Alienware owner. Will continue to purchase Alienware pre-builds as long as the quality remains good. . I used to be one of those PC builders who would scoff at the idea of owning a pre-built PC. I would say they were overpriced, don't perform as well to a DIY, sometimes use unknown OEM parts, etc. I'm sure many of you are familiar with the criticisms leveled against pre-built manufacturers, let's just say I had an attitude of superiority over people that went pre-built, especially something from Dell. . Well now I'm singing a different tune and would like to defend the concept of pre-builts first. . After doing 7 PC builds, it is so refreshing to take a PC out of the box, plug it in and power it up with no hassle or issues. I've done builds where parts either came DOA, had issues during POST, or couldn't get past the BIOS, or temps were too hot that required redoing thermal paste/reseating cooler, or other weird abnormalities that required troubleshooting that could last a week before finally isolating the bad part, etc. I would dread having to do a new PC build because I never know what to expect, either things go smoothly or something goes wrong. It just no longer became fun to do builds anymore. I'm also getting older and I no longer have the patience to tweak parts to make them work optimally. . So the idea that I can go on a website, pick out whatever parts I want for my PC, have it assembled by Dell and then shipped to my door is awesome. I love the convenience. The only thing I swapped out was the GFX card, which was a pretty easy affair. . But why Alienware? Why not NZXT BLD, or iBuyPower, or any of these other companies? Well a couple of reasons. First, I read reviews of the Aurora R8 online with the specs I wanted (i9-9900k, RTX2080ti, etc.) and the components under benchmark testing matched up with results in a DIY build. There were no criticisms regarding the hardware, except for one reviewer that showed FPS results 10-15 frames lower than other RTX2080ti cards (but I suspect the problem lies in some of the other components in that build which may have throttled performance and it wasn't clear what the reviewer's overclock settings were, if any). Just to be on the safe side and taking that on face value, I decided to purchase a card separately. Anyway, so the reviews were good across the board and what you would expect performance wise. The other thing is customer support. Apparently if you run into problems with NZXT BLD and some of these other pre-built manufacturers, you run into non-existent customer support. Well if you are spending a lot of money for a build, I think there needs to be decent enough support to back it. Dell used to be notorious back in the day for having some of the worst customer support, however I looked into recent reports of their service being much better than it used to be. Supposedly Dell invested a ton of money in getting their service up to par. I mean if I ever need some kind of troubleshooting, I'm sure it'll probably start with a guy in India but a lot of the recent feedback I've read seems to reassure folks are taken care of, it seems. Lastly, the prices on Dell pre-builts, especially if you get them during a sale and have an employer discount and whatever else, can come out to being near identical to a DIY with the same specs or even slightly cheaper. I saved roughly ~$1k getting an Alienware during a sale and pretty much came out to the same price as one I did on PCPartsPicker. I guess the DIY market is still reeling from the bitcoin mining craze. Oh and one other thing about Alienware, and I know this sounds silly, but is its reputation. Dell isn't going to risk putting crappy components that could severely damage the brand in the eyes of consumers. Especially a brand that is supposed to be their premier gaming line. Imagine if their lineup had a failure rate of like 30% or something, nobody would ever trust them again. . So anyway, I am extremely happy with how my Alienware is performing. I've already run a lot of stress tests on the components and they match the average of other user results. The only glaring downside is the funky Alienware software, drivers, and typical Windows BS. Really if there is anything to complain about here is how much I dislike Windows OS and much of the software, but none of that is necessarily Alienware's fault except their Command Center. There's a lot of room for improvement. I'm using their OC2 profile for overclocking the CPU @ 5Ghz and RAM @ XMP. I could do this stuff in the BIOS but again I can just click it here in the software which makes the changes in the BIOS for me. Already ran OC Scanner thru Afterburner on my card. . I plan on purchasing more Alienware pre-built PCs in the years to come. I couldn't be happier with the convenience and performance. And I hope the support is good whenever I would need it. Definitely would recommend the brand to those tired of doing their own builds.
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