DG-77 help

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2019/02/11 00:05:15 (permalink)
looking at buying a dg-77 but i have an x299 dark for my build im building around that board will it even fit in the case?

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    Re: DG-77 help 2019/02/19 11:47:39 (permalink)
    Welcome to the Forums

    Sorry for slow reply - I just found your post

    No it will not fit

    DG-77 only supports mITX , mATX & ATX sized MB
    DG-77 spec sheet
    X299 Dark is EATX sized MB
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    Re: DG-77 help 2019/02/19 12:20:00 (permalink)
    The DG-8 series should work for it or most full sized cases.

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    Re: DG-77 help 2019/02/19 13:11:23 (permalink)
    I have the 76 and I am stuffing an EVGA x99 FTW or my x99 classified in there. They are EATX boards.
    But, I have a grinder with a cut off wheel and I had to use it!!! lol
    If EVGA would have the PSU and SATA connectors faced straight up and not off to the side it would of been a lot easier.
    Now I have to cram some radiators and a pump/res in there.  
    Good thing I own a drill, some bits and tin snips!!!

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