SilverStone Sugo SG09 Case Review

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SilverStone Sugo SG09 Case rated 100% KICKASS by 3dGameMan.com

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Sponsored by: SilverStone Technology Co., Ltd.
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The SilverStone Sugo SG09 Case is one of the best SFF cases on the market. There are plenty of fans included and more can be added, lots of drives can be installed & fits standard ATX PSUs. Also, it accommodates full length video cards and CPU coolers. As well, it looks great, is functionality and loaded with excellent features.


 

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got one of these, found the internal power connector a tight squeeze against the 120mm fan and the bottom 2.5" SSD/HDD slot against the back, a rivert had to be flattened.

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Yea, 180mm PSU is fit, but it's a tight fit, that's why they recommend 160mm length PSUs.

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What kind of plug is it for the power-supply? Do you need a special kind of power-supply (with right plug)?

Thanks in advance :)

Anonymous

Hi,
I am wondering if self-contained cpu water cooling systems for this case is advisable/possible. If so, which one and where would you put it?
Regards,
Reece

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This case seems to be an awesome one for the students, who prefer smaller cases if they don't have that much room. But I for me it's too expensive

CPU: Intel I5-2500k; CPU cooler: CM hyper 412s; mobo: gigabyte ga-z77x-d3h; PSU: Antec HCP-750 soon)
Memory: Corsair XMS 8GB PC-12800; Case: Antec 302 Storage: Samsung 830 128GB primary;
Storage: 80GB+150GB sata HDDs secondary Graphics card: Asus eah5850

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Is it more expensive to outfit a small form factor case with comparable parts of that of a mid/full tower?

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It depends on the SFF case, but not this one, aside from the slim ODD.

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CORRECTION: The included 120mm side fan intakes air, not exhausts.

sklivanitis
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As always great review. I am using a SilverStone TJ09 and not going to change it any time soon :)

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Excellent review man! I've been looking into this case for about a month or so now. It's such a unique small form factor case. I love the internal layout and it seems like they got it right with providing plenty of cooling within such a small case. The only thing that kind of troubles me is the optical drive. I have no idea where you would buy a slim optical disk drive if you wanted to install your OS and games. I thought there was a chance you would of found some faults with this case. I'm so glad you didn't though haha!

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Thanks. Yea, this case rocks and is definitely one of the very bust out there.

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I think this case rivals the bitfenix prodigy in terms of innovation in a small form factor case. Both are offered at similar price points and have great internal layouts with awesome cooling options.