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2019/06/24 11:27:54 (permalink)
I don't see the DG-87 for sale on the EVGA site or elsewhere, but I also haven't found anything that says it's gone forever. Will it be sold again?
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    Re: DG-87 discontinued? 2019/06/24 12:36:35 (permalink)
    It's a good question. I have a DG-86 myself and really like the case. Did the DG-87 have a feature that you needed that the DG-86 doesn't? Only real difference seems that the DG-87 had physical buttons on the side of the case for the fan controller while the DG-86 uses software.
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    Re: DG-87 discontinued? 2019/06/24 12:56:13 (permalink)
    I think it might also include a couple more fans out of the box, but really the physical controller interface is the selling point for me. I like physical things. I'll buy the DG-86 if the DG-87 isn't being produced anymore, but I'm willing to wait for the DG-87 if it is coming back soonish.
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    Re: DG-87 discontinued? 2019/07/07 19:35:06 (permalink)
    I have a evga dg 87 case. Been using it since 2017 and love it. I use physical buttons all the time. I recently discovered sata power cable broken and no clue how it happened cause was not even using it.
     
    I can sell you my evga fans once I upgrade to better ones soon? If you want.
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    Re: DG-87 discontinued? 2019/07/07 19:36:45 (permalink)
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    I think it might also include a couple more fans out of the box, but really the physical controller interface is the selling point for me. I like physical things. I'll buy the DG-86 if the DG-87 isn't being produced anymore, but I'm willing to wait for the DG-87 if it is coming back soonish.




     
    I could sell you mine if I plan to upgrade my case but let me know so I can decide.
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    Re: DG-87 discontinued? 2019/07/07 19:42:59 (permalink)
    Hoggle
    It's a good question. I have a DG-86 myself and really like the case. Did the DG-87 have a feature that you needed that the DG-86 doesn't? Only real difference seems that the DG-87 had physical buttons on the side of the case for the fan controller while the DG-86 uses software.




    Not sure if this is right place to ask but is there a way to repair defective sata power cable in the case that powers the evga sign ? It never really worked before and I never understood why till I looked recently.
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    Re: DG-87 discontinued? 2019/07/15 12:54:39 (permalink)
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    Not sure if this is right place to ask but is there a way to repair defective sata power cable in the case that powers the evga sign ? It never really worked before and I never understood why till I looked recently.

    Are you talking about the LED strip? If so, yes. My LEDs were going yellow, so I got the LED strip RMAed and EVGA sent me a new one. Easy to swap out. I would reach out to EVGA.


     
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    Re: DG-87 discontinued? 2019/07/15 13:27:20 (permalink)
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    Thrysca
    Not sure if this is right place to ask but is there a way to repair defective sata power cable in the case that powers the evga sign ? It never really worked before and I never understood why till I looked recently.

    Are you talking about the LED strip? If so, yes. My LEDs were going yellow, so I got the LED strip RMAed and EVGA sent me a new one. Easy to swap out. I would reach out to EVGA.




    I believe the sata cable itself broke but not sure if it replaceable.

    How do I take it out of the case?
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    Re: DG-87 discontinued? 2019/07/21 11:58:02 (permalink)
    Take your front cover off where your intake fans are. There should be three screws on the left that you unscrew that are holding the LED strip. I believe that is how I did it; I remember it being fairly simple when I did (before I put a big radiator and tubing in front of it). The SATA cable is part of the LED strip so just contact EVGA and tell them you need a new one, they will hook you up.


     
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    Re: DG-87 discontinued? 2019/07/23 10:08:42 (permalink)
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    Take your front cover off where your intake fans are. There should be three screws on the left that you unscrew that are holding the LED strip. I believe that is how I did it; I remember it being fairly simple when I did (before I put a big radiator and tubing in front of it). The SATA cable is part of the LED strip so just contact EVGA and tell them you need a new one, they will hook you up.




    Thank you.
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    Re: DG-87 discontinued? 2019/07/24 14:15:01 (permalink)
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    Take your front cover off where your intake fans are. There should be three screws on the left that you unscrew that are holding the LED strip. I believe that is how I did it; I remember it being fairly simple when I did (before I put a big radiator and tubing in front of it). The SATA cable is part of the LED strip so just contact EVGA and tell them you need a new one, they will hook you up.




    So um how do I contact them to get a replacement?
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    Re: DG-87 discontinued? 2022/09/21 14:43:18 (permalink)
    I finally bought a DG -85 as the 87 is hard to find now and the one I found was still $285. I have wanted one for so long. I've had the same Sylverstone case since 2011!!! Picked up DG 85 for $129. I should get it by the 28th of Sept and will be rebuilding my current system, in my signature below, into it! Wish me luck to get all the dust out!!!

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