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Silverstone Sugo SG06 Mini ITX SFF Case Review

Author: Dimitry
Date: November 10, 2011
Product Name: Sugo SG06
Part Number: SG-06BB 450
Warranty: 1 Year
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In the cell phone industry, many say that "slim is in" while the PC market is seeing a quick upsurge in demand for smaller form factors. With space being at a premium, it is no wonder that people are looking for smaller systems and for the most part, component manufacturers have risen to the challenge.

We have seen an influx of fully featured, highly overclockable Mini ITX and mATX motherboards alongside single slot graphics cards Also, higher efficiency processors and graphics cards have allowed an increasing amount of power to be crammed into an ever decreasing footprint. Even with all of this technology being dedicated towards miniaturization, the small form factor market is still relatively small compared to larger, somewhat more capable ATX category.

Regardless of lackluster interest in this niche, Silverstone has dedicated a fair amount of time and resources towards designing cases for it. One of their latest is the Sugo SG06, a mini ITX enclosure that sports enough space for many mid range graphics cards but maintains an emphasis upon small, compact performance. Naturally, some sacrifices had to be made but upon first glance it looks like Silverstone has introduced the perfect small form factor enclosure which comes with a 450W power supply installed.


 
 

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