SilverStone SUGO SST-SG09

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About this Product


Model No.
SST-SG09B (Black)

Material
Plastic front panel and steel body

Motherboard
Micro-ATX, DTX, Mini-ITX

Multimedia
--

Drive Bay
External 12.7mm/9.5mm slim optical drive x 1
Internal 3.5”x 2 * , 2.5” x 4*

Cooling System
Front --
Rear 1 x 120mm 1200rpm 22dBA
Side Left:1 x 120mm 1200rpm 22dBA (backward compatible with 92mm) 2 x 80/92mm fan slot
Right:80mm fan slot
Top 180mm Air Penetrator 700/1200rpm, 18/34dBA (backward compatible with 140mm)
Bottom --
Internal --

Expansion Slot
4

Front I/O Port
USB 3.0 x 2 (backwards compatible with USB 2.0)
audio x 1
MIC x 1

Power Supply
Optional standard PS2(ATX) up to 180mm*

Operating system support
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Expansion Card
Compatible up to 13.3” long, width restriction-5.70"

Limitation of CPU cooler
165mm

Limitation of PSU
180mm

Net Weight
5.3 kg

Dimension
220 mm (W) x 295 mm (H) x 354 mm (D), 23 liters

Extra
support two Kensington locks

Official URL

http://www.silverstonetek.com/product.php?pid=345

Reviews

SilverStone SUGO SST-SG09 Reviews Rating: 91 out of 100 based on 3 ratings.

Meta Reviews

website score publish date
Benchmark Reviews 8.7/10 Oct 29 '12
eTeknix.com  --- Feb 28 '13
KitGuru  --- Jan 04 '13
ocaholic 4.5/5 Mar 22 '13
Phoronix  --- Feb 25 '13
Pro-Clockers.com  --- Jan 19 '13
techPowerUp! 9.5/10 Jan 04 '13
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Benchmark Reviews on Dec 07 '12

"The SUGO SG09 is an interesting case aimed at a small audience. Does the size differential relative to somewhat larger cases that would be much easier to build in worth it to you? If so, this is..."

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eTeknix.com on Mar 01 '13

"The SG09 is a fairly expensive chassis but not overly so and you can expect to see a little change from £100 at the most popular retailers, but the level of detail and quality that has been put..."

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KitGuru on Jan 04 '13

"Another interesting case from Silverstone which can pack a series of performance components into a very small space."

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Phoronix on Feb 25 '13

"While the SilverStone SG09 deviates from the design of earlier Sugo enclosures, the SG09 overall is a very compelling case. SilverStone designers successfully made it so this case can hold a heck..."

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Pro-Clockers.com on Jan 21 '13

"There are a number of things to like about the Silverstone SG09 case and the big one is its size. We have reviewed several cases in the pass that are meant to serve as an enclosure for a mATX..."

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