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post #21 of 2975 (permalink) Old 06-23-2014, 12:10 AM - Thread Starter
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We now have more specs for GPU, ATX, and Air Cooler courtesy of Mackan of HardForum and Sff-Tek
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The SilverStone Sugo SG13 mini-ITX case dimensions are 222 mm x 181 mm x 285 mm, so about 11.5 liters. It supports 3.5 inches and 2.5 inches drives, graphics card up to 10.5 inches, CPU Cooler up to 61mm as well as ATX power supply up to 150mm in lengths, which is not included compared to the SG05.

Source: http://www.sff-tek.com/silverstone-introduces-sugo-sg13/

GPU's: up to 10.5 inches (266.7 mm)
CPU Coolers: up to 2.4 inches (61 mm)
ATX Power Supplies: up to 5.9 inches (150 mm)

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Can you fit two 2.5 SSDs? I imagine so.

I think it looks okay. Not crazy about the front either but the SG05 hasn't been updated so it seems it's a half decent compromise. Of course, if you want smaller than either the SG05 or SG13, but the same general shape, you only have stuff like the CM Elite 110 or something like that.

For $30, the case looks okay.

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Not sure why they had to go ahead and make the front look like some sort of waffle. I would have loved it if they kept the front flat.

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Not sure why they had to go ahead and make the front look like some sort of waffle. I would have loved it if they kept the front flat.
Yeah, wonder what their reasoning is. Is there pin holes there or can air escape? Yes, why the waffle front? smile.gif

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Its the turning point for me to still pick the sg05..
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Silverstone's been really on point with their space efficiency.

indeed but unfortunately fuglyness as well

i loved silverstone cases of the past, it has a premium feel to it but now its fugly plastic

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indeed but unfortunately fuglyness as well

i loved silverstone cases of the past, it has a premium feel to it but now its fugly plastic

Let's be realistic guys, for the $30 target price, it's not budgeted to be any where near premium.

Also, everyone says how ugly Subarus are, but then everyone starts to like them after a while. I feel like this case would be similar to that, especially if that $30 does come to reality.

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Let's be realistic guys, for the $30 target price, it's not budgeted to be any where near premium.

Also, everyone says how ugly Subarus are, but then everyone starts to like them after a while. I feel like this case would be similar to that, especially if that $30 does come to reality.

that $30 is insignificant, i be happy to pay triple for a premium case.

i dont mind silverstone offering this case for cheaps for the cheap peeps but at the same time there are people who wants premium and be happy to pay for me.

then again my comment on silverstone is in general most of their new case line up are butt fugly and its been pretty down hill for quite a few years

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that $30 is insignificant, i be happy to pay triple for a premium case.

i dont mind silverstone offering this case for cheaps for the cheap peeps but at the same time there are people who wants premium and be happy to pay for me.

then again my comment on silverstone is in general most of their new case line up are butt fugly and its been pretty down hill for quite a few years

Ah, I would love this as a budget case. If you really want a premium case, you should get a CaseLabs case. wink.gif

In terms of Silverstone aesthetics, I agree that it has gone downhill for their recent stuff. But their main goal is usually functionality and airflow, which still seems to be on top compared to the other brands.

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Ah, I would love this as a budget case. If you really want a premium case, you should get a CaseLabs case. wink.gif

In terms of Silverstone aesthetics, I agree that it has gone downhill for their recent stuff. But their main goal is usually functionality and airflow, which still seems to be on top compared to the other brands.

it just screams "gamer" now rather then the subtle and sleek look it had

as for caselab, i would if they arnt bloody huge and and poor in space utilization where silverstone wins hands down.

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