Saturday, March 6th 2010

Silverstone SUGO SG07 ITX Case Stuffed With A Radeon HD 5970

With the rise of ITX boards and their popularity, Silverstone is expanding their Sugo line-up with the SG07. The high-end ITX chassis is aimed at the LAN Party Gamer on the go, and ships with a 600W power supply along with a special 200 mm fan, which creates a clean vortex of air to cool the board. Silverstone has stuffed a Radeon HD 5970 in there along with a Zotac H55 board and an i7-860. Their engineers have gone into great detail to manage air flow and to keep temperatures in the green. On the bottom of the chassis a plastic divider blocks hot air from reaching the PSU, while the side panel sports a foam ring, which can be aligned to seal off the GPU fan and thus only give it access to cool, outside air. The case will carry a premium price tag, but offers features no other ITX case out there does at the moment.
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17 Comments on Silverstone SUGO SG07 ITX Case Stuffed With A Radeon HD 5970

#1
Phxprovost
Xtreme Refugee
put the side panel on and watch that 5970 start grasping for air
Edit: zomg never mind the side panel has a movable mounting/air filter

Id like to buy this please
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#4
alucasa
Personally, I see no point.

At that size, I'd rather use Silverstone SG01. The sizes are very similar and SG01 will allow me to use ATX PSU and mATX and most importantly better CPU cooling.
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#5
AlienIsGOD
Im agreeing with alucasa. I am looking for a small enclousure and the SG01 is a perfect fit with the positives Alucasa noted.
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#6
Delta6326
Ekk thats a tight fit.
Did i miss something? what is this big show? ces?
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#8
TIGR
It looks promising but I'd like to test one out or see some tests on how well it cools.
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#9
Jizzler
I like!

What about the hard drive mounts? 2-5 x 2.5" would be nice..

May choose it over an SG05 after I find some inside pics.
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#10
tigger
I'm the only one
My god thats a beast in a mini skirt.
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#12
qwerty_lesh
pfft, if it had a s1366 ITX mobo, then I would be impressed. :nutkick:
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#13
Mescalamba
Now if they learn how to make nice looking design.. cause except TJ07 and Raven, everything makes me feel like Im going to vomit soon..
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#14
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
I am not fully understanding the huge rise in ITX boards and platforms. I mean, do they OC well or is it more for like media and such?
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#15
Binge
Overclocking Surrealism
Smaller = Better? Wait no... Smaller = More money for the materials.

Smaller = the future... Smaller = GAMER?! No... Smaller = LAN friendly.

I like it for LAN-rigs/mobile computing. I hate notebooks, and I know a few of my friends are fed up with that BS. In fact I think I may suggest this to a few friends.
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#16
TIGR
by: Binge
Smaller = Better? Wait no... Smaller = More money for the materials.

Smaller = the future... Smaller = GAMER?! No... Smaller = LAN friendly.

I like it for LAN-rigs/mobile computing. I hate notebooks, and I know a few of my friends are fed up with that BS. In fact I think I may suggest this to a few friends.
I won't say I hate notebooks or tiny desktops, but I understand where you're coming from. Portability always comes with trade-offs (compatibility, performance, price, upgradeability, etc.) and the trade-offs were severe enough to keep me from buying myself a laptop until three years ago. Since doing so, though, I have begun to appreciate the demand for portability and willingness to make sacrifices (after all, I'm happily typing on my laptop right now from a chair much more comfortable than the ones in front of my desktop rigs). When it comes down to it, each person has different circumstances and priorities and what would be a stupid purchase for us is ideal for someone else (someone with more money than I have, probably :laugh:).
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#17
Initialised
I want this case, when is it on sale in the UK?
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