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Silverstonetek SUGO SG03 & Nitrogon NT06-Lite

Light weight and innovative MicroATX enclosure.
Model: SST-SG03S
Author: Jouni 'Jipa' Vasama
Published: 16.06.2008
Manufacturer: Silverstonetek
Product Group: Enclosure and Cooling
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Intro

Lately we've seen couple of cases that make use of microATX sized motherboards and normal sized power supplies. Trend seems to go on. This time we received a delivery from Silverstone and the case in question is their SUGO SG03 model. The case is very small but it can still take in larger and more powerful power supplies and graphic cards.

Despite Metku having reviewed some Silverstone products in the past, this is the first full case from them to be reviewed and it's interesting to see how well the quality of these cases stand up for all the hype.

SUGO SG03

 Model No.

 SST-SG03B (black)
 SST-SG03S (silver)

 Material

 Aluminum front panel & 1mm aluminum body

 Motherboard

 Micro ATX

 Driver Bay

 External
  5.25" x 1
  3.5" x 1
 Internal
  3.5" x 2

 Cooling System

 Front
  1 x 120mm intake fan, 1200rpm, 21dBA
1 x additional 120mm fan slot
 Rear
  Optional cross-flow fan
 Side
  Oversized mesh grille

 Expansion Slot

 5

 Front I/O Port

USB2.0 x 2
IEEE1394 x 1
audio jack x 1
MIC x 1

 Power Supply

 Optional standard PS2 (ATX)

 Expansion Card

 10.5"

 Net Weight

 3.5 kg

 Dimension

 200 mm (W) x 360 mm (H) x 312 mm (D)
 

Silverstonetek SUGO SG03 & NT06-Lite
 

The SG03 comes in a very small cardboard box that's amazingly light weight! Easily the lightest case package that we've ever seen. The outside of the box is covered in pictures, specifications and marketing speeches and is very informative. The SG03 comes in two colors, black and aluminum grey and our test sample represents the latter one.

 

Silverstonetek SUGO SG03 & NT06-Lite
 

The bundle is very limited and only contains two sets of hard drive rails, two cable ties with adhesive backing, an extension cable for the 4-pin power, a manual and a set of spacers and screws for mounting the motherboard and the optical drive. The 4-pin extension cable may seem like a weird extra for such a small case, but due to the design of the case it may become handy.




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