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SilverStone Sugo SG07
Good quality and construction.
Supports 12" graphics cards.
Quality 600w power supply with 80% efficiency.
Poor cable management options.
PSU should be modular.
A bit pricey at $209.99.
By APC Magazine on June 23, 2012
The SilverStone SG07 is the SFF for the DIY crowd -- SilverStone has only included the case and PSU for the price. Youâll need to buy your own mini-ITX motherboard, an easy enough task. The tricky bit will be figuring out which CPU...70
By APC Magazine on April 19, 2011
Though mini-ITX has often been seen as purely the domain of the HTPC or office slowpoke, the advent of some high(er) end mini-ITX boards from GIGABYTE, Zotac and ASUS has seen a resurgence of this miniature platform for gamers and performance...80
By JonnyGuru on March 31, 2011
Overall the SilverStone SG07B-W paired wit hthe ST60F-SG kind of surprised me. Having worked with a several other Micro-ATX cases in the past, I can easily recall how cramped and cumbersome they felt. Even when looking at SilverStones own SG-01...90
By eTeknix on January 10, 2011
SilverStone have been a leading manufacturer of developing cases among other products for the PC market for almost 10 years and have a key focus in the majority of areas of their field. Over time, weve seen products ranging from home theatre cases...80
By Pro-Clockers on December 15, 2010
The Silverstone SG07 is a very impressive case when you factor in the size. Many would consider the SG07 just a small form factor case without having an opportunity to see it in person. Yes, I was one of those people. Yet after spending a few days...-
By FutureLooks on November 24, 2010
Overall, I like the presentation of the SG07 much more than the original SG05 which we reviewed months ago. While the SG05 is great in its own right, offering a 400 watt PSU along with a slightly more compact design, the SG07 reveals that...88
By Legit Reviews on November 17, 2010
SilverStone has done a nice job with their Sugo SG07 and accomplished what they set out to do: Build a small form factor case that will house the biggest graphics cards available while having the built-in power to handle it and the rest of the...-
By PCPer on October 15, 2010
The seventh mini ITX case in the Sugo series gives enthusiasts a better solution for high end gamers looking for a small form factor solution than any of its predecessors. The ability to use expensive graphics cards like the GTX 480 is definitely a...-
By The Tech Report on September 20, 2010
The Mini-ITX form factor has long been a viable platform for low-power desktops and home-theater PCs, but it's never been particularly friendly to high-performance gaming rigs. Today, however, we've proven that you can build one heck of a midget...-
By 3dGameMan on September 01, 2010