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[eVGA] The DG-8 line of full-tower cases are available for pre-order in 8 days

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The EVGA DG-8 line of full-tower cases are built for the enthusiast with an optimized airflow path that gives you dedicated cooling fans for your graphics cards, a dedicated K-Boost button, built in fan controller and much more. These new line of enthusiast cases are the ultimate platform for any gaming for graphics enthusiast, and preorder is starting soon and shipping in August!







http://www.evga.com/articles/01008/evga-dg-8-cases-coming-soon/

Quick correction, sorry guys the preorder will be up in 8 days.
There's a countdown timer on the site.
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$179.99 for the best model isn't actually that bad.

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$179.99 for the best model isn't actually that bad.
It really isn't, I payed a little bit more than that for my Switch 810 when it was released.
Especially since it comes with 140mm fans and the fan controller. I might buy this for a watercooling setup when I get my SLI 1080s build.
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Did anyone look at the weight? Most gamers will have to call a moving company or 4 of their friends to help move the case.

Case Weight (lb/kg) 43.2lb/19.6kg 43.2lb/19.6kg 37.5lb/17.0kg 38.4lb/17.4kg
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Did anyone look at the weight? Most gamers will have to call a moving company or 4 of their friends to help move the case.

Case Weight (lb/kg) 43.2lb/19.6kg 43.2lb/19.6kg 37.5lb/17.0kg 38.4lb/17.4kg

Eh, about 15 pounds heavier than most cases. but due to quality and glass.
It's not supposed to be a lan box but a waterbox biggrin.gif
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Would of loved to get this over the primo I just got. Thinking of getting it anyway, but would like to see actual radiator support list, reservoir locations list etc?
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these are pretty sexy. not big on the metallic one but the other is pretty damn nice.



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Would of loved to get this over the primo I just got. Thinking of getting it anyway, but would like to see actual radiator support list, reservoir locations list etc?
Unknown at the moment Res however it does support 3x140mm, 3x140mm, and 2x140mm
Seems like a perfect waterbox.
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im looking and it seems to me that EVGA DG-86 is the better deal especially for those of us who don't need any fan controllers. It has an extra 3.0 USB and is $30.00 cheaper....

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