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Looks like we have a refreshed SG05 which will fit longer GPU's without cutting out the front panel, straight from Computex 2014. Otherwise known as the Silverstone SG13 Prototype. Target price is $30, with no internal 5.25 inch drive and optical bays, space for GPU's up to 10.5 inches 266.7 mm), CPU Coolers up to 2.4 inches (61 mm), and ATX power supplies up to 5.9 inches (150 mm). The front intake is compatible with a 120mm-140mm fan.

 

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SST-SG13B (Black Mesh Front Panel)

SST-SG13B-Q (Black Plastic Front Panel)

Material Mesh or Plastic Front Panel, Steel Body
Motherboard Mini-DTXMini-ITX
Drive Bay 3.5” x 1 or 2.5”x2 , 2.5”x1
Cooling System
Front 1 x 120mm/140mm fan slot compatible with radiator(option)
Rear --
Side Oversized vents
Top Oversized vents
Bottom --
Internal --
Expansion Slot 2
Front I/O USB 3.0 x 2
audio x 1 
MIC x 1
Power Supply Optional standard PS2(ATX) Up to 150mm
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Length Up to 267mm
Height Up to 130mm

 

CPU Cooler Up to 61mm
Net Weight SG13B:2.47Kg / SG13B-Q:2.43Kg
Dimensions 222mm (W) x 181 mm (H) x 285 mm (D) 11.5 liters

 

 

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Legion Hardware: Link 

 

 

 

SPECIAL FEATURES
  • Support standard-length expansion cards (10.5 inches)
  • Mini-DTX / Mini-ITX motherboard & ATX PSU compatible
  • Support 120mm or 140mm single fan All-in-One Liquid Cooler
  • Support 2.5” and 3.5” hard drives
  • Elevated standoff for motherboard back side components

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I hope they make the front grille thicker so the supporting structure doesn't show as much.

I know they don't necessarily look the same or function the same but it has the same feel as the Coolermaster Elite 110.

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I was thinking of getting a SG05… but now I think I will wait. Hopefully, this will have a SFX PSU bundle as well.
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Update!

Looks like it works with an ATX PSU!

Source: http://www.tomshardware.com/news/silverstone-sg13-mini-itx-computex,27021.html


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The case measures 222 x 181 x 285 mm, and has an internal capacity of 11.5 liters. Inside, users can mount a Mini-ITX motherboard along with an ATX PSU, compact cooling or water cooling, and a single 120 or 140 mm fan. There is also room for a single 3.5" drive and a single 2.5" drive. Space for graphics cards is limited, although most all Mini-ITX oriented cards should fit easily.

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Update!

Looks like it works with an ATX PSU!

Source: http://www.tomshardware.com/news/silverstone-sg13-mini-itx-computex,27021.html


Would be interesting to see if you can squeeze 2 x 2.5 inch drives in here and I guess a EVGA 770 which is 10 inches long would fit in here. It seems like a better case with air flow too than the SG08. I'll take a look for sure when it releases. Any ETA on a release date yet?
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If it can fit a 2.5" and a 3.5", it'll fit 3 2.5" drives since there are plenty of 3.5" to 2x2.5" converters on the market.

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Would be interesting to see if you can squeeze 2 x 2.5 inch drives in here and I guess a EVGA 770 which is 10 inches long would fit in here. It seems like a better case with air flow too than the SG08. I'll take a look for sure when it releases. Any ETA on a release date yet?

According to Toms hardware the release is "Soon" LOL! I believe the 770 will fit without any problems as well as any 10.5 inch card.
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If it can fit a 2.5" and a 3.5", it'll fit 3 2.5" drives since there are plenty of 3.5" to 2x2.5" converters on the market.

This is definitely plausible!

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According to Toms hardware the release is "Soon" LOL! I believe the 770 will fit without any problems as well as any 10.5 inch card.
This is definitely plausible!

That's great news. I might just give my SG08 to my kids and then I'll move my setup to this.
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All my prayers have been answered! Quick, to the beastly thread!

Why do we mount round fans on square radiators?


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If it can fit a 2.5" and a 3.5", it'll fit 3 2.5" drives since there are plenty of 3.5" to 2x2.5" converters on the market.
Like what? I was wondering about the 3.5" info since I'd want 2.5" SSDs. Two or three sounds good. Any pics of where they and how they mount?

I think the front isn't too eye-catching but I'd be more concerned about how well it cools parts. If it can fit an ATX PSU, that sounds like a SFX-L would be no problem? So, what air cooler fits? Same limitation as the SG05/06 or? I guess it can fit some liquid coolers, too? Sounds interesting.

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