rjohnson11Difficult to say what EVGA will do. Should EVGA decide to release any new product then keep your eye on the EVGA website. You just never know what they will do.
85BearsIn a lot of ways DG-77 was ahead of its time. Aesthetics were on-point, and the vertical mount was a good idea implemented in a sub-optimal way.If the GPU i/o bracket mounted flush with the rear of the case, and the airflow were a bit better somehow, I would have purchased one instead of the Corsair 5000D. I know a lot of reviews complained about these two issues. I am sure EVGA will take that feedback into account once new cases are released.
infinitybusterDidn't know they had a case line before. Looks clean though
Sapca11Really? Never knew that they had memory and cases, don't even remember seeing one, but in our country, EVGA was not a big presence. Their PSU could be seen from time to time. Looked a bit at the DG-8 series Cases... I will be honest, they looked from a bygone area. I know some of the newer models try to go around that design but the front panel and those side rear USB panels were a hit or miss. That design could work only for on Desk, Table setups. But still don't see it working, at least for me.
darklord2021Collaboration with other company on the cases would be nice too. Maybe a Noctua x EVGA case?
I think you can get information from exhibitions about their new products
SearchingBuildsevga has cases, I didnt know this. Will have to check them out
markedpkI could use a new one myself