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SilverStone SG02-F Small Form Factor case available in Europe

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    SilverStone SG02-F Small Form Factor case available in Europe

    Advancing the small form factor

    Introduction:

    The SG02F, as the successor to the SG02 is an evolutionary step forward in both performance and the capabilities over the original Sugo chassis, the SG01. With the case now capable of handling even more powerful graphics cards than ever before, the SilverStone engineers were still able to keep the smaller dimension in tact. Although SG02F’s front panel design is unchanged from its predecessor, its styling and function continues to stand out from ordinary SFF designs. The same can also be said of its tried and true chassis layout, which is still capable of accepting larger ATX power supply or optical drives than other SFF cases available. Built based on a brand new steel structure, the SG02F is sure to please potential builders looking for primarily silent applications.

    Special Features:

    Steel structure for silent builds
    Modern and cleanly styled SFF chassis
    Enhanced cooling layout for high performance
    Dual 5.25” and 3.5” drive bays
    Micro ATX motherboard & ATX PSU compatible
    Extended-length expansion cards support

    Material: ABS & acrylic front panel, SECC body
    Color: Black White
    Motherboard Micro ATX
    Model No. SST-SG02B-F (black) SST-SG02W-F (white)
    Drive Bay External 5.25” x 2 3.5" converter x 1 Internal 3.5” x 2
    Cooling System Rear 1 x 80mm fan slot
    Optional cross-flow fan
    Sides 1 x 80mm intake fan 2050rpm Option 80mm or 70mm in thick of 25mm, 15mm or 10mm Top 1 x 80mm fan slot
    Expansion Slot 4
    Front I/O Port USB2.0 port x 2
    1394 Firewire x 1
    Audio x 1
    MIC x 1
    Power Supply Optional standard PS2 (ATX)
    Expansion Card Full size long cards capable (12”)*
    Dimension 270 mm (W) x 212 mm (H) x 393 mm (D)
     
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