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Silverstone SG05
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Silverstone SG05

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SilverStone SG05-450 SFF Chassis

OverClock Intelligence Agency
23 December 2010
  • Summary: The SilverStone SG05-450 has been a lot of fun to work with and has managed to surprise me on a few different levels. The first thing that stands out, aside from the tiny footprint, is the fully painted chassis.
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SilverStone SG05 Case

ChannelPro Network
18 September 2009
  • Summary: SilverStone has done a fine job making a mini-ITX case ready for the consumer market. The case supports a wide variety of expansion and if your motherboard supports it, even a 9"� dual-slot graphics card.
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SilverStone Sugo SG05

Metku Mods
15 September 2009
  • Conclusion: Now as new, more powerful mini-ITX sized motherboards are released, we may see some more demand for small cases, with powerful powersupplies and enough room for some serious hardware.
  • Pros: Clean and simple design, Gives the possibility to a compact, but powerful system, Good ventilation, Good powersupply
  • Cons: Flimsy build of the case, The recommendable 90-degree SATA-cable not bundled, Possible noise due to large ventilation holes, Gray base-color
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Silverstone SUGO SG05

Bjorn3d.com
31 August 2009
  • Conclusion: The Silverstone SUGO SG05 is an impressive little case. Usually you have to compromise a lot if you do not want a big case but in this case it is fully possible to put in good performance components.
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Expert Review

Silent PC
19 August 2009
  • Summary: The Silverstone SG05 and SG06 are welcome additions to the slowly expanding range of mini-ITX cases for DIY system builders. This is a sector that was once served by industrial/commercial case suppliers, complete SFF PCs from specialized vendors, or barebones SFF PCs, popularized by Shuttle.
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SilverStone Sugo SG05 Case Review

Hardware Secrets
10 July 2009
  • Summary: SilverStone Sugo SG05 is a small case targeted to users that want to build a small yet powerful computer. Here is a summary of what we found about this product.
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SilverStone Sugo SST-SG05B Mini ITX Case Review

PC Perspective
31 May 2009
  • Excerpt: The introduction of Mini, Nano, and Pico ATX motherboards have given consumers the power of a desktop PC in the palm of their hands. As the size of desktop PCs shrink, case vendors are designing Small Form Factor enclosures to house these tiny marvels.
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Overall 7
7.0

SilverStone SG05

bit-tech.net
1 May 2009
  • Excerpt: SilverStone Sugo 05 Manufacturer: SilverStone UK Price (as reviewed): £86.19 (inc. VAT) US Price (as reviewed): $94.99 (ex. Tax) We’ve looked at a great deal of mini-ITX kit recently, and for us here at bit-tech it’s looking like one of the most exciting sides of the industry right now, with the...
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Overall 9
9.0

Silverstone SG05 Mini-ITX Enclosure Review

Futurelooks
29 April 2009
  • Summary: The SG05 Zotac system was quite the sensation at Infernalan. Depending on your tastes, comments ranged from being cute from the ladies to how very cool it was to have a small system that can play the latest video games.
  • Pros: Great cooling performance, Well designed and fabricated, Doesn't draw blood, Modification potential, 300 Watt Fortron Power Supply, Strong rail amperage, Priced well among others
  • Cons: Installing a Slim CDROM Drive requires minor modification, Shell and Bezel must be removed to clean filter
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SilverStone Sugo SG05 (Mini-ITX Chassis)

Hardware Zone
25 July 2009
  • Conclusion: Despite the efforts of companies like AOpen and Shuttle, the small form factor (SFF) PC segment has never really taken off in a big way - at least in the DIY market. Big OEM vendors like HP and Dell have had some success selling small desktop systems but these are pre-built ones that differ from the...
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