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EVGA DG-73, 75, & 76 Cases, Z10 Keyboard, SC15 Laptop | Computex

Posted on May 31, 2017

We attended EVGA’s Press Day in Taipei before the start of Computex, where we tore down the new Kingpin 1080 Ti card and spoke with engineering staff about power design. EVGA showcased a number of other items too, including the DG-70 line of cases, a new mechanical keyboard, and EVGA’s new SC15 laptop.

The new ATX mid-tower cases are the DG-73, DG-75, and DG-76, all of which use the same tooling (from what we’ve seen thus far), meaning the differences are largely cosmetic. The DG-73 will be the most budget-focused and features an acrylic side panel window, while the DG-75/76 have tempered glass panels. All three have a tempered glass front panel that is slightly offset, which could allow for front airflow intake through side ventilation, something we’ve seen before. Cable routing could prove to be difficult as there are no dedicated pass-throughs or grommets; instead, the DG-73, DG-75, and DG-76 use an open plate style design for cable management.


In addition, all three cases have the same front I/O, made up of a power and reset switch, two USB 3.0 ports, and microphone and headphone jacks. Drive support is the same as well: they all include two 2.5” and two 3.5” drive caddies, all located behind the motherboard tray.

The DG-73 will ship with a single fan, the DG-75 will ship with two fans, and the DG-76 will ship with 3 fans. All three chassis support top mounted 240mm and front mounted 360mm radiators. Additionally, the DG-75 and DG-76 will support vertical mounting via a PCIe riser cable for showcasing the front of your graphics card. Pricing was not available, however EVGA plans to have these available around mid-July of this year.

EVGA also displayed their new SC15 laptop, which will feature an i7-7700HQ, 16GB-2400 RAM, a 256GB NVMe SSD and 1TB HDD, and a GTX 1060 6GB. For a display, the SC15 will ship with a 120Hz G-Sync panel running at 1080p. No official word on pricing, but launch will be sometime after Computex.

EVGA also let us take a look at the new Z10 Mechanical Keyboard. The Z10 will be available with Brown or Blue Kailh Switches. The Z10 has RGB LEDs with a slider switch for LED brightness, as well as dedicated media keys with another slider for volume. The Z10 will include a number pad to the right side of the keyboard with dedicated macros on the left hand side. Again, no word from EVGA on pricing and availability dates are also unknown at this time.

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Editorial: Ryan Greenberg