Originally Posted by AsusFan30
You are incorrect. This PC has been running fine for almost a year If it was something that I did wrong it would have happend sooner.
Incorrect. There is precisely zero guarantee of the idea that if it will go wrong, it will do so "soon".
Example, ZX-7Rs have notoriously terrible wiring harnesses. They work fine for a number of years, but due to the fact that they use wiring and connectors that are not designed for the current they carry, they eventually all melt the ignition and alternator connectors.
This is just a simple matter of dust building up in the connector, which reduces the metal's ability to radiate heat. Before you know it, you have a build up of heat, which further increases resistance, which further increases heat... and you have a cooked connection.
If your wiring was up to the task of handling the current going through it, it would never get that warm no matter how much dust and grime is built up in the connection. Simply put, you have a weak connection in there. Either a crimped joint, or a poorly soldered one is to blame there. This of course does not make it your fault by any means, but you can't assume that just because it worked fine for a year that there is no chance it was a fault of the sleeving.
That being said, I don't know that I would call anything by Alienware a good deal, unless it is being purchased used.