Dell Alienware Area-51 ALX Driver
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Dell Alienware Area-51 ALX Driver
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Its not just happening during Prime95 either, whenever I install an program, watch videos or play games or anything like that I get random reboots. If anyone can please help I would greatly appreciate it.
Next step is system deployment back to Dell. I just want to make sure there is not something I can do to my CPU to stop these random reboots. Gaidax Oct 31, Dell Alienware Area-51 ALX, 9: Getting rid of RAID will blow, since it's a clean slate then, but maybe you got spare hard drive to try with that one instead meanbunny Nov 1, First of all let me give you a few details about my frequencies and vcore settings.
Cpu speed is 3. I don't understand why my CPU would not run stable under system optimal defaults. Though that should probably be expected with my CPU.
Another thing I think I should point out is that these are the settings that are by default enabled under my CPU settings in my Bios. I read somewhere that Speed Step throttles down my CPU's vcore when idle which probably explains why I get a reading of 0. Even if I can get Prime95 to Dell Alienware Area-51 ALX by messing with the Vcore settings, I don't think I should have problems running under system optimal defaults.
As far as I know, thats what I have Dell Alienware Area-51 ALX running under the whole 3 years I have had this computer. Not to mention this does not explain the random shut downs even when I am not running Prime In response to Gaidax: What do you mean by "getting rid of raid"? If I do that does that mean I can't reconfigure the hard Dell Alienware Area-51 ALX for Raid again? Sorry guys, I am just really confused, I think Dell is going to send out a new system, but if I can at least figure out what is causing this it would really mean a lot.
Dell Alienware Area ALX (Late ) User Manual pages
The Aurora can charitably be called a minitower, though it sort of stretches that definition, but the Area falls concretely into the full-sized tower category. In addition, the sides of the case are constructed of a relatively solid aluminum. As a result, the Area, whether you go for the high-end ALX version or not, is big, solid, and above all, heavy. With a shipping weight of over a hundred pounds, Dell Alienware Area-51 ALX is not going to be a machine Dell Alienware Area-51 ALX gets moved around very often.
Comprised of a high quality black plastic, the fins are louvered and open and close depending on the ambient temperature inside of the case.
Via the pre-installed OEM software, users can change the temperature at which the fins move, and decide whether to leave them shut, halfway open or fully open at all times. Do the fins work to actually change Dell Alienware Area-51 ALX temperature or performance of the machine?
Not really — at least, not to any appreciable amount; especially since base models still feature a drilled-out vent system on top. What they do seem to excel at, however, is look very cool.
Dell Alienware Area-51 ALX (Late 2009) User Manual
Upon turning the system on, users are greeted with Dell Alienware Area-51 ALX spinning up and the fins closing, opening, and ultimately coming to rest at whatever predetermined level the owner sets. In addition to the fancy fin movement up on top, the Area also comes with a vastly improved front covering.
While the doors Alienware used to put on their desktops to cover the front port selection and optical drives were well-engineered, they were still doors. Doors sit out to the side, get in the way, break off and generally make nuisances of themselves.