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SilverStone Unveils the Sugo SG09 SFF PC Chassis

Discussion in 'News' started by Cristian_25H, Oct 12, 2012.

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    Put a paper bag over it's face and we're good. :laugh: :rolleyes: :wtf:
     
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    One thing that exploded diagram doesn't show is how the drives mount - behind the motherboard tray - so I'm guessing 3.5" drives might be out of the question due to their thickness. Also not sure why they went with 2x 92mm + 1x 120mm on the side panel and not simply 3x 120mm.

    Apart from that, it seems very functional so I don't really care how it looks. What I want to know is how it performs WRT to temps and noise.
     
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    you are right about the drives behind MB.. 3.5" x2 + 2.5" x4(below the 3.5") as mentioned in the OP..

    this one for u..
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    might be a tight fit though.. and not sure if the cooling would be good..
     
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    Impressive design for ATX power PC. Should be 3x 120mm for radiator. ...Missing Liquid cooling options.
     
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    matx case

    Remember that this is a 23 liter case that supports matx motherboards, huge cpu coolers and standard PS and graphics accelerators! All for $110.
     

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