EVGA opted to put this chassis inside of a shiny gray cardboard box. At the top of the front panel, we find the EVGA name along with the DG-7 Series name of the chassis. The majority of the panel is used to show an angle of the chassis, where the front and left side can be seen.
Iconography follows the Series of a case this is, and under the handle are four images showing off features found in most of the lineup. Keep in mind, tempered glass and K-Boost are not things found in all four versions.
At first glance, the back of the box looks much like the front. However, even though the text at the top is the same, the view of the chassis is now showing the back and left side.
Our final look at the external packaging has us now looking at the specifications for the DG-76 and DG-77 models. There are a few changes that happen further down the line, so please do not expect what you see in the DG-77 specs to be what it has in the lowest numbered model.
The glass of the chassis has plastic applied to both sides, ensuring that the glass and the paint on those panels are not scratched. Rather than plastic, EVGA ships the chassis in a cloth bag, which can also be used later as a dust cover or travel bag. While many use dense foam on the top and bottom of the chassis, only a select few care to make the color match the rest of the internal protective measures. All of the parts played their role, and with damage to the box, our chassis came through without a scratch.
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