Excerpt: Today we are going to be taking a look at the SilverStone SG07B-W, the windowed version of the SG07 (also available without the window - SG07B). Over the years we've seen SilverStone offer up various SFF cases ranging from the Micro-ATX SG01 to the Mini-ITX SG05. The SG07 falls in between the two while offering a much more powerful platform. The SG07W comes with an 80 PLUS Bronze certified 600W (@ 50Â°C) power supply that also utilizes shorter cables.
Silverstone SG07 SUGO Series Mini-ITX Computer Enclosure Review
24 November 2010
Excerpt: Innovation does a lot more than give us fancy little toys that turn out to be all the rage. Sometimes, innovation causes others to come up with better ideas. Take the ATX motherboard in your computer for example. Innovative thinking resulted in the ability to take all the features and shrink it down to something called a mini-ITX motherboard.
Summary: 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 system. All this comes with the quality and aesthetics that one expects from a company like SilverStone.
Summary: 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 with it I now place it in a category that only a few cases can be considered: small gaming form factor.
Excerpt: Silverstone has rivaled the likes of Lian Li, Antec, and others in quality, craftsmanship, and overall style for several years now and their newest case to the Sugo family called the SG07 continues to add more options for the mini ITX platform. This case's claim to fame is definitely its ability to hold up to a 12.2" graphics card! The only card on the market with those dimensions is the AMD Radeon HD 5970.
Gigabyte's H55 Mini-ITX mobo squeezes into the Silverstone SG07 case
20 September 2010
Summary: 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 gaming system with Gigabyte's GA-H55N-USB3 motherboard and Silverstone's SG07 chassis. In fact, the case and mobo have enough headroom to accommodate an even more powerful system than the one we cobbled together.
Summary: The Silverstone Sugo SG05/06 is a solid chassis for a midrange gaming system but it suffers from limitations due to its dimensions. The SG07's design breaks down many of these issues, creating the potential for an even more powerful mini-ITX system. What's more impressive is the new Sugo isn't simply a bigger case — it's also rather intelligent use of space.
Pros: Unusual design allows ATX12V PSU and good CPU heatsink clearance, Quiet 600W 80 PLUS Bronze ATX12V power supply, Fits all modern graphics cards, Well ventilated, Good value
Cons: Clicky stock fan, Main power output cables too long, Thin panels
Summary: The SilverStone Sugo SG07 is an impressive case for users that want to build a high-end gaming system inside a small form factor case, allowing you to easily carry your computer around. The only “problem” with this case is its price. At USD 220 (or USD 210, if you choose the model without the transparent side window), it is a little bit overpriced, even when we put the excellent 600 W power supply that comes with it into the equation.
Excerpt: 4 Flares 4 Flares × Silverstone have created some stunning products and we have always been avid followers of the Sugo Range which redefined small form factor chassis designs when they were first released, making HTPC both practical and quite beautiful to look at.