Latest EVGA Coolers, Chassis, GPU’s and More at Computex 2017
Peter Donnell / 8 months ago
While they’re still fairly new to the cooling market, EVGA has gone some very impressive looking products to show at Computex 2017. Their latest AIO coolers feature a gorgeous pump design with top mounted tubing. They come in 120/240/280mm variants, which are the CLC 120, CLC 240 and CLC 280 models respectively.
EVGA has a solid history of high-performance power supplies. Their latest do not disappoint either.
Their new 750 G3s is a nice compact unit, with fully modular cables, and a very nice chassis design.
It’s only a prototype at the moment, but will be hitting the market soon enough, and will appeal to those building a SFF system.
Color Your Card
If you’ve recently purchased an EVGA product, or have posted on their forums 100+ times, you can now get access to their custom coloured GPUs! A nice way to rewarding customer loyalty, although it does require a purchase of the entire GPU, not just the new shroud.
Their flagship GTX 1080 Ti Hydro Copper GPU. Massive factory overclocks and a two-slot design. The block is pre-installed too, so it’s pretty much plug and play for your current loop.
Those who don’t want custom loop, but still demand extreme performance can get the Hybrid. This uses an air cooler to keep the cards hardware cool, but an AIO cooler on the GPU for high-end overclocking.
Their gorgeous new SC2 uses their new shroud design, which has a skeletal style frame for massive airflow throughout the card.
And if that wasn’t enough, they also have their extreme gaming Kingpin edition, which comes with a triple fan design and huge copper heat sink. This is a very heavy card, but the performance should be off the charts.
Another big shift for EVGA this year. We’ve seen one chassis from them in the past, but it looks like they’re ready to expand the range. Firstly, their DG-75, which comes with a lot of tempered glass and support for ATX motherbaords.
The DG-77, with a few more LED tricks, PSU shroud, Riser card support and more!
The DG-76, which has extended ventilation on the top for added cooling suport.
And finally, their DG-73, which is a little more affordable with acrylic rather than tempered glass.
Of course, their model from last year, the DG-87, still looking as bonkers as ever.