Thursday, November 16th 2017

EVGA DG-7 Series Gaming Case Available on Pre-order

The mid-tower is the ideal form factor that is well balanced between usable space and overall footprint. DG-7 is a case designed with aesthetics and function in mind, and is the perfect mid-tower solution. DG-7 features convenient and easy cable management, wide range of radiator support, and a durable steel frame. The tempered glass side panel is perfect to show off your system, no matter if you go with traditional GPU mount or vertical GPU mount.
Key Features:
  • Up to 3 Sided Tempered Glass - Immaculate tempered glass side and front panels make the DG-7 series the perfect case to show off your components.
  • Vertical GPU Mounting (Optional) - Make your GPU the center of attention with vertical GPU mount.
  • Full RGB Control - RGB lighting and control board give you the control to sync up all RGB lighting in your system.
  • K-Boost for Optimum Performance - Get the most out of your system at the touch of a button. K-Boost features one button overclocking for the CPU and GPU
  • Convenient and versatile to build - Built in cable management, covered PSU shroud, and hidden hard drive trays for a clean and easy build. Supports up to 7 case fans, fully compatible with 360mm, 280mm and 120mm radiators.
  • DG Tuner Software Support - Allows you to fully control the RGB lighting in your case.
  • 3 Year Warranty
Learn more and preorder now at this page.
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19 Comments on EVGA DG-7 Series Gaming Case Available on Pre-order

#1
natr0n
Wondering how many hard drives does this thing hold 1 maybe 2.

All show but no go.
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#3
eidairaman1
The Exiled Airman
If I really wanted to I can pull the plexi off my side, add tempered to it, add venting to the tempered and paint my case white, but why would I want to do that when i like my case the way it is? These look pretty ordinary...
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#4
m&m's
4 logos on each side of the case is too many logos. Would look better if they were plain white or black with the side EVGA logo.
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#5
phanbuey
hey guys... let's make an S340!

Also whats the point of tempered glass on a covered / filtered front panel? Extra weight and liability? I mean at least make some circular fan cutouts...
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#6
Sp33d Junki3
I recognize this interior from the FSP CMT510
Which already got a bad intake, if EVGA did not change it. Will be just as bad.

So far EVGA did a piss poor job on this case.
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#7
Chloe Price
I like the side panel, I mean I don't like when the whole side is tampered glass. Being a "classic style" window isn't that much of a fingerprint magnet.
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#8
LogitechFan
"Sp33d Junki3 said:
I recognize this interior from the FSP CMT510
Which already got a bad intake, if EVGA did not change it. Will be just as bad.

So far EVGA did a piss poor job on this case.
Like they did with their cards, PSU, AIOs, mobos.... the list goes on. A con-company.
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#9
Vayra86
I don't know who they've hired for their component designs at EVGA, but it's not doing it for me. Their GPU cooler, motherboards, this case. Yes its different... Some failed attempt at retro or something.
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#10
Firedrops
Steve's gonna have a blast reviewing this
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#12
Valantar
You'd really have to be an EVGA fan for this case to be an option. Logos on the four thumbscrews on each side and front panel? RGB logo on the PSU shroud? Case model number logo on the side panel? Also, while i get the idea of tempered glass side panel windows to show off hardware, tempered glass front and motherboard tray side panels are just silly. They're not really good at blocking noise, but block all airflow, while looking gaudy. No thanks.


"9700 Pro said:
I like the side panel, I mean I don't like when the whole side is tampered glass. Being a "classic style" window isn't that much of a fingerprint magnet.
The whole side panel is a single pane of tempered glass, only it has a painted/stuck on white/black frame (either just paint, vibration dampening rubber/foam, or if they're real fancy, metal) on the inside. Mounting (heavy) tempered glass into a metal panel is very, very difficult without making the metal thick, expensive, and difficult to handle and pretty fugly (would likely require a rather thick frame holding the glass). Not to mention that removing fingerprints from most tempered glass is pretty easy. Besides, how often do you handle your side panels?

"LogitechFan said:
Like they did with their cards, PSU, AIOs, mobos.... the list goes on. A con-company.
I get most of that, but PSUs? Aren't the Supernova G-series regarded as some of the best in the biz? They don't reach Seasonic levels of excellence (except the ones that are made by Seasonic, of course), but the G3 line seems to get pretty rave reviews whereever you look.
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#13
Th3pwn3r
All the logos are just too much without even taking anything else into consideration.
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#15
Caelestis
Looks good but what's up with the front intakes? Airflow? Anything.......?
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#16
Valantar
"Caelestis said:
Looks good but what's up with the front intakes? Airflow? Anything.......?
It looks to have a 2-3cm gap running down the right side of the front glass panel. Not nearly sufficient for good airflow, but I suppose it's better than that horrendous Bitfenix case that came out the other day.
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#17
Rich Knapp
Why Oh Why are PC cases continuing to be just a SQUARE F'ing box????

I'll hold on to my Cosmos 2 Thank you very much!
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#18
Jetster
Should be all glass in the side. Looks to sanitary
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#19
Th3pwn3r
Well, shapes are cool BUT until we get circular motherboards...
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