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Extremely compact in volume for a potent mATX chassis.
Can easily fit massive CPU coolers.
Plenty of space for long dualgraphic card setups.
Full size ATX PSU easily fits.
4x 2.5 inch and 2x 3.5 inch bays.
Slimline ODD bay.
180 mm FDB Air Penetrator fan.
No eject button for ODD.
Air penetrator fan is audible at full speed.
Hard drive bays hard on the limit of what is possible with cables in the space given.
Design deviates from that of previous Sugo series cases.
Replacing the top/side cover is a nailshredding pain.
By eTeknix on February 27, 2013
Today we have something a little special and by that I mean it's literally little and it's special, I am of course talking about one the latest small form factor chassis' from SilverStone, the SUGO SG09. SilverStone have already proven time...-
By Phoronix on February 25, 2013
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...80
By TweakTown on January 31, 2013
Considering everything we have just seen in the SST-SG09B, I really can only say "wow". The looks are outside the box for the typical SilverStone, the ease of access to all of the filters to keep this chassis clean for months or years to come. On the...99
By Kitguru.net on January 04, 2013
Another interesting case from Silverstone which can pack a series of performance components into a very small...70
By techPowerUp! on January 04, 2013
Silverstone has taken the SG09 a step into a different direction from the rest of the Sugo series. All recent cases in that range are mini-ITX cases, but the SG09 can hold an mATX board. Don't let the naming fool you though. This is an impressively...95
By reviewlab.net on December 11, 2012
SilverStone SUGO SG09 Micro ATX Build Notes Category: Benchmarkreviews.com Date: December 11th, 2012 Building a system in a micro ATX computer case is always a challenge, since there's so much less space to work in. Component placement and...-
By SilentPC Review on December 11, 2012
With the Sugo SG09, SilverStone mixed elements of the SG07 and Fortress FT03 in its design, resulting in one of the most interesting case we've examined all year. Producing a 23 liter microATX tower while maintaining support for most enthusiast...-
By K.S. Studios on December 09, 2012
The Sugo Series SG09 has a lot to offer for those looking to build a small system and still allow for some high end components. The ability to be able to use Micro-ATX as well as Mini-ITX/DTX motherboards will give builders a larger pool of parts to...90
By Hardware Secrets on December 05, 2012
The SilverStone Sugo SG09 is an excellent choice for the user who is building a small form factor (SFF) computer and wants a product that fits a microATX motherboard and a regular-sized power supply. It easily allows you to build a small yet powerful...-
By Hardware Canucks on November 28, 2012
It may be considered a small form factor chassis but Silverstone’s SG09 is absolutely packed with features and has a surprising amount of interior space. While there isn’t any available space for water cooling, the SG09′s...-