This YouTube video shows a Crazy Bad $5000 Alienware Gaming PC. The PC is not well-made and has many flaws. The video also includes a brief review of the PC's performance and thermals.
00:00:00 This Alienware PC was bought for 5,000 dollars, and it includes an i9 12900 kf processor and an rtx 30 90 graphics card. The PC also has 64 gigabytes of DDR5 memory. The PC was taken apart and reviewed. The PC has some good and bad features, including the fact that it has a very powerful processor and graphics card and a small chassis. The PC was also found to have some issues with its fans.
00:05:00 The video demonstrates a $5000 Alienware gaming PC tear-down, highlighting the poor design choices made by Dell. The build includes a few outdated components, a lack of airflow, and a broken plastic clip.
00:10:00 The video demonstrates a $5000 Alienware gaming PC tear-down, revealing that the computer has a lot of mechanical components that don't need to be there and are designed to be disposable.
00:15:00 The "Crazy Bad $5000 Alienware Gaming PC" tear-down reveals that the computer has a load-bearing CPU cooler and a complicated mechanical design. The poor quality of the components and assembly make this an incredibly expensive and frustrating gaming computer to build.
00:20:00 This video reviews the Crazy Bad Alienware R13 Aurora gaming computer, which is very expensive and full of questionable engineering. The reviewer explains that the motherboard, case, and other components are all very difficult to work with and that the computer is constantly throttling and dropping clocks due to its over-sized components.
00:25:00 This YouTube video shows a Crazy Bad $5000 Alienware Gaming PC. The PC is not well-made and has many flaws. The video also includes a brief review of the PC's performance and thermals.