EVGA DG-77 Mid-Tower Chassis
The front of the DG-77 is a view of a large class cover panel, which is screwed into a plastic frame. The glass panel is slightly offset from center, which allows the right side of the glass to be used as an air duct to supply the chassis with air.
On top of the chassis, running along the left side, we have the front I/O panel. From left to right, we have the K-Boost button, a reset buttons, HD Audio jacks, two USB 3.0 ports with dust covers, the power button, and EVGA's name.
Moving back a bit to get a better view of the rest of the top panel, we find slots which are painted black, which resembles features found on the DG-8 Series cases. The top is removable and makes access to mounting fans under it possible.
Much like the front, all you see on the side is an expanse of glass. The edges of it are painted to keep the view of the frame blacked, and there is no tint to the glass to block the view inside. The DG-77 found in the top-right corner is only one choice, and it can be removed and replaced with stickers which EVGA has provided.
The back of the chassis has a clean and professional looking appearance. It is because EVGA adds a plastic cover panel over the steel. We also see it reads Designed by EVGA near the bottom.
The right side of the DG-77 also offers a panel made of tempered glass, but this time the entire panel is painted on the inside to keep any mess behind it hidden. Since we have seen sixteen of them so far, we like the added touch of the "E" applied to the tips of all of the thumbscrews.
Under the chassis, we see chunky plastic feet with rubber pads on them. There is a removable dust filter under the PSU, but it is not easily accessed. Between the front feet, we see holes which allow a 3.5" or 3.5" drive to mount to the floor, and the sticker is important, you will need the serial number for registration.
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