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Old 23rd Nov 2012, 08:56   #1
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SilverStone Sugo SG09 review

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Old 23rd Nov 2012, 09:24   #2
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Not bad at all. Clearly designed with air cooling power in mind, unlike the FT03 which was designed primarily for looks. Price is unusually low for a SS case as well, it's not often that they manage to come in at under 100
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A properly tiny mATX case. Very nice.

Does the roof-mounted fan provide any cooling for the HDDs? I can see the overlap, but it looks like it's blanked off. It looks like a tidy solution, but mounting mechanical drives directly behind the CPU area is a toasty proposition.
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Old 23rd Nov 2012, 09:42   #4
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I'd love to know what happens if you plug that hard drive in... That's a big warning on the top of it!
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A properly tiny mATX case. Very nice.

Does the roof-mounted fan provide any cooling for the HDDs? I can see the overlap, but it looks like it's blanked off. It looks like a tidy solution, but mounting mechanical drives directly behind the CPU area is a toasty proposition.
As we don't do drive thermal testing, it's hard to say for sure but you're right that there is a slight overlap. SS actually recommend avoiding the use of HDDs altogether, although that's mainly just to reduce cable clutter.

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Very compact mATX case .... but Silverstone should do something for the front panel, which is really fugly . It looks more like a power surge than a computer
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Very compact mATX case .... but Silverstone should do something for the front panel, which is really fugly . It looks more like a power surge than a computer
Haha I was thinking the same thing. The SUGO8 is a thing of beauty and this thing looks like a bag of ass! A whole bag full of ass.

I still have a (eye wateringly expensive) htpc setup with the sugo8 sitting in my scan basket. Haven't had the courage (or lag of sense) to pull the trigger yet.

Yet I want to everyday...
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I'll stick with my SG03B for now, thats proper small IMO.
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Very compact mATX case .... but Silverstone should do something for the front panel, which is really fugly . It looks more like a power surge than a computer
It's very possible that it might. After all, the SG08 was basically the SG07 underneath but it had that lovely new aluminium front panel.
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Took delivery of this case on Monday, together with a Silverstone Strider 600W PSU, short cable set,
Sony slot-load bluray burner and appropriate adaptor cable (Silverstone CP10).

The CP10 cable comes with a large Molex plug on the power leads, but is just long enough to reach the PSU
sockets without being stretched.



So I've cannibalized one of the long cables I won't be using for its sleeving & 6-pin plug.

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Do agree it looks a lot like a UPS, the TJ08-E is a better looker for sure.
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Am I the only one that would like to use that giant hole in the front to blow air onto the cooler, BTX Style?
I mean, instead of blocking it with a PSU ;-)
Also, why do the side and top have dustfilters, but not the gigantic front hole?
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The front looks very very cheap imo.
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I still have a trusty SG01... it looks a lot better than this but back then they didn't even seem that bothered about cooling!
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Looks ugly as tbh but with some modding the actual chassis could be a good looking case.
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Am I the only one that would like to use that giant hole in the front to blow air onto the cooler, BTX Style?
I mean, instead of blocking it with a PSU ;-)
Also, why do the side and top have dustfilters, but not the gigantic front hole?
Actually it does.
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