Oh and it has an 8-core Haswell-E on-board as well. Check out the new Alienware Area-51 design. Since their last model in 2009 they have rebuilt everything from ground up with brand new phenomenal design features.
The Area-51’s triad-design is centered on two main design principles: optimized thermal management and best-in-class ergonomics. Featuring an angled, easily accessible front I/O panel and hassle-free grips, you can easily pivot your Area-51 forward to reach rear ports. The entryways on each side are vast and open, designed to accommodate easy upgrades also allowing you to show off your rig. The angled design also creates larger space for hot air to escape than the traditional rectangular chassis design.
Inside, it sports the latest 6-core and 8-core Intel® Core™ i7 Extreme processor, factory overclocked with the new Intel X99 Express chipset alongside 32GB 2133Mhz quad channel DDR4 memory. The graphics will melt your mind at 11520×2160 resolution spanned across up to three Ultra HD 4K monitors. Not to mention the latest 802.11ac wireless protocol and an array of ports and connectivity options that will enable you to stay in the game no matter what.
With power and design like this, Alienware lacks nothing but having their own proprietary operating system. Then Apple would tremble in their shadows. Or not. Perhaps a peer-to-peer OS created by the gaming networks would be a better option?