Alienware M15 R3
Here's what you need to know about 2020 Alienware M15 R3 including price, display info, CPU, RAM, storage, battery, and more.
Our analysis and reviews
What we like
Reasons to like about Alienware M15 R3.
Alienware M15 R3 exceed all minimum system requirements for Windows 11.
|Requirements||Alienware M15 R3|
|TPM 2.0||TPM 2.0|
|Processor||Intel Core i5-10300H → Intel Core i9-10980HK|
|4GB RAM||8GB → 32GB|
|64GB Drive||256GB → 4TB|
|2 Cores CPU||4 → 8 cores|
Alienware M15 R3 comes with three M.2 slots that you can easily upgrade and install additional SSDs to expand the storage on the device. Learn more
|Storage Slots||Alienware M15 R3|
Configurable up to Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER 8GB GDDR6 with Max-Q
What we don't like
Reasons not to like about Alienware M15 R3.
The memory on Alienware M15 R3 is soldered to the motherboard, and there is no additional RAM slot for expansion. Since you can't change or add more RAM after you buy, you want to make sure you pick the configuration with the right amount of memory at the initial purchase. Learn more
|Memory||Alienware M15 R3|
|Slots||0 - Onboard|
Improvements over its predecessor.
Intel Core i9-10980HK inside Alienware M15 R3 has a 7% better multi-core CPU performance score than the Intel Core i9-9980HK inside Alienware M15 R2.
Alienware M15 R3 supports a larger memory capacity than the Alienware M15 R2. It supports up to 32GB versus 16GB of system memory on the Alienware M15 R2.