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Alienware Aurora R12 Gaming Desktop - i7 11700F, RTX 3060 Ti 8G, 512GB SSD, 1TB HDD $2974.15 Delivered @ Dell Australia

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Popped up on the Honey coupon google plugin, a 15% coupon, brings this down from $3499.90 to $2974.15

11th Gen Intel® Core™ i7 11700F (8-Core, 16MB Cache, 2.5GHz to 4.9GHz w/Intel® Turbo Boost Max)

Windows 11 Home, English

NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 3060 Ti 8GB GDDR6

16GB, 2x8GB, DDR4, 3200MHz, XMP

512GB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD (Boot) + 1TB 7200RPM SATA 6Gb/s (Storage)

Dark Side of the Moon chassis with High-Performance CPU Liquid Cooling and 1000W Power Supply

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  • +13


    • -1

      Not a good deal?

      • +2

        Enjoy your 6 month delivery delay and lack of communication from Dell

        • +6

          Everyone has their own experiences, but over the years I've bought plenty from Dell (last was an xps 15 laptop) and never had an issue.

          • +1

            @jaygee: Weighing in with my tale of woe: projected delivery now early Nov for a laptop bought in August. Utterly useless customer service and the worst phone tree I've ever experienced. It will end the call for no reason. Given the chance again I'd avoid Dell like Delta.

          • @jaygee: Got my 3070 xps desktop within 3 weeks this year. Longest I waited was for that gaming monitor last year that most ozbargainers bought.

        • Don't forget it doubles as a furnace.

  • Does that DEAL15 coupon code only apply to this item?

  • +7

    Please don't buy this

    • -1

      Bad deal?

      • +4

        Dell is just notoriously bad with Customer service and their prebuild quality. A few Gamers Nexus videos highlight the mistakes they make in their prebuilt computers. An example of this is Here

      • +2

        See past Alienware deals

        $2600 for RTX 3070, Ryzen 7 5800 (8 Core), 512GB SSD + 2TB HDD

      • +1

        you need to take a lot more than 15% off the RRP of an alienware desktop for it to be a "deal".

  • +7

    idk about anyone else but if i wanted a gaming PC i would much rather spend $224.85 + delivery cost more for a BPC PC with a RTX 3080, quite a large performance difference between the 3060 ti and 3080

  • +2

    Insert obligatory GamersNexus video advising against purchase here:

    • woops 😅

  • +2

    Not really a deal.
    I bought alienware R10 5800+3070+512gb+16gb ram in March for ~$2400.
    Admittedly needed to spend extra $200 to put equivalent AIO on the CPU and get dual rank RAM, but at 2900 this is still 300 more for a slightly worse GPU and a much hotter CPU for relatively equivalent performance

  • +7

    Thoughts on Dell pre-builts aside, this is a horrific price.

  • +1

    Yeah this sucks

  • +10

    Take $1000 away from the tag then it might be a deal

  • +1

    This is a terrible "deal".

  • +3

    Bought an alienware build in june for 3k with a 3080, 10700, alienware mouse, keyboard, headset and 240hz monitor. Don't know how much prices have changed but this seems like a ripoff imo.

    • Hey @sp1rit99 are you saying you actually received that build already?

      • +1

        ages ago. end of june iirc

  • +4

    $3k and you only get a 3060TI and questionable parts inside, way better offers from local competitors instead

  • +2

    You can build a rig with a 6800 xt or 3070 ti easily for this money. Not a deal.

  • +4

    3k for a 3060ti build, lol.

  • +2

    You’re probably better off with tech fast or something like that. 16gb RAM and 512gb ssd is unacceptable for such a price. Not to mention the case being so cramped and starved for airflow (refer to GN video) and an oem gpu that provides inadequate cooling.

  • tis needs to be about 1k cheaper to be a deal

  • -4

    Whoever thought this was a deal should have their posting rights removed permanently.

    This is not only shows he knows nothing about computers, it is a gross negligence in research.

  • Terrible deal in every way.

  • hahahah , 3060Ti with super shit Dell cheap custom parts for nearly 3K….a very lame joke , no thanks!

  • Didn't I bought a XPS8940 with 11700K + RTX 3070, 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD+2TB HDD earlier for a bit over $2k?

    Damn the world did change.

    • you can still get deals like that, OP just seems to have no idea and this post shouldnt be on ozbargain.

  • Meanwhile, on OzOverpriced.com.au….

  • Still waiting for previous Alienware PC deals - now overdue by months yet they keep publishing more models with similar components to sell

    Drawbacks of going through Dell Australia direct instead of the Dell eBay deals

    They also sent out details to someone else's email from customer support (cc) and are suddenly giving the silent treatment (still unresolved after a year) + defective website geared to US

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