Sunday, January 26th 2014

SilverStone Rolls Out Sugo SG08-LITE Case

SilverStone rolled out the Sugo SG08-LITE cube-type mini-ITX case. Featuring the same dimensions as the original Sugo SG08, its Lite variant features a slimline, slot-in optical drive bay. It measures 222 mm x 351 mm x 190 mm (WxDxH), featuring a 10 mm-thick brushed aluminium facade. Its motherboard tray offers room of up to 31 cm long graphics cards.

A 180 mm fan vent is located dead above the motherboard tray, covering its whole board area. This can be used to latch on a large fan, or even a moderately slim single-fan radiator. In addition to the slimline optical drive bay, it offers room for either one 3.5-inch drive, or two 2.5-inch ones. Below the drive cage is a PSU bay with room for a standard ATX PSU, provided it's under 160 mm long. A rear AC receptacle and cable relay AC power to the PSU bay. Front panel connectivity includes two USB 3.0 ports, and HDA front-panel jacks. SilverStone didn't reveal pricing or availability information.
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7 Comments on SilverStone Rolls Out Sugo SG08-LITE Case

#1
Amgal
by: btarunr
Its motherboard tray offers room of up to 122 mm long graphics cards.
That's one tiny video card.
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#2
EzioAs
by: Amgal
That's one tiny video card.
A typo. At Silverstone's website it says 12.2 inches.
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#3
Amgal
Figured as much, but it was funny trying to imagine a 122mm long video card.
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#4
micropage7
looks nice, and wait for some review
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#5
lZKoce
I saw it when I woke up on the phone. I coudn't find out what is different at first and then I realized that the only thing they changed was they put a slot optical drive instead of slim? or vice versa.

Micropage7- what reviews? :) this case had been reviewed many times now :)))))
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#6
HisDivineOrder
Wait. You mean "mini-ITX" boards can be put into actually SMALL cases?

I think someone should send Corsair, BitFenix, and all those other idiots an email or something. Help them out. Right now, they're making micro-ATX cases (or larger) and are marketing them as for mini-ITX.
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micropage7
by: lZKoce
I saw it when I woke up on the phone. I coudn't find out what is different at first and then I realized that the only thing they changed was they put a slot optical drive instead of slim? or vice versa.

Micropage7- what reviews? :) this case had been reviewed many times now :)))))
yeah ive seen some but i guess its interesting how far this case on TPU review, since some reviewer has their own rating and taste
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