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Dell debuts new Alienware software command centre

New centre helps novice to experienced gamers optimise and tune PCs

The Alienware Command Centre helps novice to experienced gamers optimise and tune PCs and peripherals
The Alienware Command Centre helps novice to experienced gamers optimise and tune PCs and peripherals

Redesigning its software from the ground up, IT vendor Dell has debuted the new Alienware Command Centre that merges system settings, content and other functions into a simple and elegant interface.

The Alienware Command Centre helps novice to experienced gamers optimise and tune PCs and peripherals to their unique gaming needs. Now a gamer can access her or his game library from all sources on a PC, easily create custom profiles for each game and squeeze out more performance with power management and overclocking tools.

Concurrently hitting the market is AlienFX 2.0, the second generation of Alienware's proprietary in-game lighting system that works across Alienware PCs, mice and keyboards. The Alienware Command Centre provides even more customisation of individual keys and key groups with more than 16.8m colours in each lighting zone.

Dell and Alienware have long invested in the eSports industry: supporting the first Championship Gaming Series in 2007.