SilverStone SUGO SST-SG09 Pro Reviews
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SilverStone SUGO SST-SG09 Reviews7
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"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 your case."
"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 into the chassis design is worth every penny of the asking price. What we have is a rock solid performer from the SG09 and the old saying that good things really can come in small packages rings true. It may not be for everyone in terms of design, but there is a big market for little systems and I expect the SG09 is going to prove very popular in that area."
"Another interesting case from Silverstone which can pack a series of performance components into a very small space."
"If you want to build a very compact system which offers space for a quite a lot of hardware, then the Sugo SG09 from SilverStone is just perfect for you."
"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 of a lot of hardware from two full-length PCI Express graphics cards to a tall CPU cooler to a standard ATX PSU and up to six disk drives all while within a very small form factor (220 x 354 x 295 mm). It was a delight working with the SG09 from construction to use. The only minor complaints I have about the Sugo SG09 is that it's not as quick to remove the side panels as some other enclosures due to the couple extra screws and the glue-on feet, which were extremely surprising to see on a SilverStone product."