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    SilverStone's Sugo SG02-F SFF case makes its way to Europe

    SilverStone's Sugo SG02-F, the successor to the SG02, claims to retain its small form factor size whilst being capable of handling high end hardware for the performance enthusiast.
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    Re: SilverStone's Sugo SG02-F SFF case makes its way to Europe

    Is it actually just this case Computer hardware and software at amazing prices, available online from Scan Computers UK (which has been out for ages)
    or is it a revision where by you can actually keep the hard drive cage in and have a 12" graphics card?

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    Re: SilverStone's Sugo SG02-F SFF case makes its way to Europe

    Oh that looks really nice
    Looks more stylish compared to the old one IMO.
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    Re: SilverStone's Sugo SG02-F SFF case makes its way to Europe

    I thought so too.

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    Re: SilverStone's Sugo SG02-F SFF case makes its way to Europe

    Hmmm, I dunno.

    I've still got my eyes on this:

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    Re: SilverStone's Sugo SG02-F SFF case makes its way to Europe

    After carrying my Antec tower to and from uni i'm wishin' I built a SUGO

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    Re: SilverStone's Sugo SG02-F SFF case makes its way to Europe

    I love my Sugo...and that looks lovelier

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    Re: SilverStone's Sugo SG02-F SFF case makes its way to Europe

    SFF is great except there are hardly any motherboards & PSU's around, yet a million different chassis!

    Shuttle have the better quality and range but are suck ups to Intel.

    I wish Abit/Gigabyte etc... did SFF boards, and Tagan/Enermax etc.. did SFF PSU's.
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    Re: SilverStone's Sugo SG02-F SFF case makes its way to Europe

    Quote Originally Posted by pow1983 View Post
    SFF is great except there are hardly any motherboards & PSU's around, yet a million different chassis!

    Shuttle have the better quality and range but are suck ups to Intel.

    I wish Abit/Gigabyte etc... did SFF boards, and Tagan/Enermax etc.. did SFF PSU's.
    Except the Sugo is a SFF chassis that takes standard mATX motherboards and standard ATX powersupplies. That's why this case is particularly attractive, it can take a 3870 X2 without breaking a sweat. Now I just need to know where I can buy them so I can get started doing away with towers, they're becoming a drag
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    Re: SilverStone's Sugo SG02-F SFF case makes its way to Europe

    I much as I like the cube cases I really do think uATX towers are the better way to go.

    I did tonnes of research for the perfect cube, was almost ready to get one but got an itchy trigger finger on a scan today only and got a silverstone TJ-08 for £40.

    A really nice case, tiny foot print really and capable of taking anything you wish to put in it really and not only that, but it can cool them well too




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    i'm waiting for that one as well Steve.
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    Re: SilverStone's Sugo SG02-F SFF case makes its way to Europe

    Nice case

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    good

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    Smile Re: SilverStone's Sugo SG02-F SFF case makes its way to Europe

    Hi ppl this is my first post here. So i own a SG02-F and I modified it somehow to cool all the components and especially the RAMs and CPU.

    I removed the hard drive caddie's 80mm fan from right side and pushed the caddie as far as right as it goes, then i placed the window to the left in order to prevent the airflow from the two 80mm fans on top to go wasted from the left side of the case. So now the air flow has to exit from the right side and travels above the mobo to do that.
    I also placed a 92mm (110mm blades) inside from the window to assist that flow and make up the cooling effect to the hard drives.

    RAM temps now about 10-12 degrees lower
    CPU temps 7-8 degrees
    Cooler VGA also and
    Hard drives 2-3 degrees lower.

    Very satisfied I took that step and recommend it to anyone that has installed the 2 80mm fans on top

    Unfortunately I can't post any pics because this is my first post

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