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Here to troll, no. Post/rep ratio is very relevant here thanks for bringing that up. Nice try bro. I'm not here to troll anyone, only give my opinion which is what the vast majority of people in this thread have done. I do not like Alienware and have had many bad experiences with them. Obviously you and Imglidinhere have had some good experiences with them. That's great, I'm glad you haven't had to deal with the problems I have. That doesn't mean that my opinion and experiences should be discredited simply because you disagree.

If you don't like my posts don't read them and keep scrolling. Thanks. Like I said previously, Alienware fanboy forums are ---->

However, the OP has made his/her choice so it is said and done. Hopefully, he/she has better luck with Alienware than I have.

Based off of what you previously said. It sounded like you were speaking for all owners, and not just yourself. That was the issue. If you say you had a bad experience. That sucks and i'm sorry. But please don't speak for people who have had good experiences. I've never had an alienware mobo die on me. I've only had 1 Asus mobo die on me in the past 5 years with about 10-12 machines. Their customer service isn't very knowledgeable, but who's is now a days? I also don't see an issue with a company trying to make money. I don't think dells margins are anything like apples. That being said i've owned both a sager and a few alienwares and hands down the alienwares have stronger bezels however the parts are harder to access. Could be a blessing and a curse. If i made plenty of money. I would order an alienware instead of building my own. However most people here can't afford it or have better things to spend money on.
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Based off of what you previously said. It sounded like you were speaking for all owners, and not just yourself. That was the issue. If you say you had a bad experience. That sucks and i'm sorry. But please don't speak for people who have had good experiences. I've never had an alienware mobo die on me. I've only had 1 Asus mobo die on me in the past 5 years with about 10-12 machines. Their customer service isn't very knowledgeable, but who's is now a days? I also don't see an issue with a company trying to make money. I don't think dells margins are anything like apples. That being said i've owned both a sager and a few alienwares and hands down the alienwares have stronger bezels however the parts are harder to access. Could be a blessing and a curse. If i made plenty of money. I would order an alienware instead of building my own. However most people here can't afford it or have better things to spend money on.

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