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    News - SilverStone releases mini-ITX Sugo SG05 chassis. SG06 to follow

    SilverStone attacks the HTPC market with range of $100 chassis.
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    Re: News - SilverStone releases mini-ITX Sugo SG05 chassis. SG06 to follow

    Yes! That's what I wanna see

    I'm not sure about the airflow once the intake fan on the front pulls it in, however. The back of the case has no outlet perforations, and it seems likely that the hot air will have to escape through the PSU, which is hardly ideal.

    I'm still a fan of the big intake... fan (see what I did there?) and slim cd drive. SFFs ought to adopt slim optical drives as the default option given how chunky standard ones are.

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    Re: News - SilverStone releases mini-ITX Sugo SG05 chassis. SG06 to follow

    love the sg05 , in love with the sg06

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    Re: News - SilverStone releases mini-ITX Sugo SG05 chassis. SG06 to follow

    I love the Sugo 06, but it needs two changes:

    > The twin USB front ports are ugly
    > It needs a 400W 80+ PSU with sleeved cables and a 92mm fan or bigger to deal with the CPU cooling.

    listen to me silverstone; i own three systems each with a SST case (LC16M, SG01e, SG03), two of which with SST NT06 coolers, and the third with the Nightjar PSU.
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    http://www.uknda.org/my_documents/my...ISIS_Sep08.pdf - UKNDA: Overcoming The Defence Crisis
    http://www.uknda.org/my_documents/my...y_Doc_24pp.pdf - UKNDA: A decision the next Prime Minister must make

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    Re: News - SilverStone releases mini-ITX Sugo SG05 chassis. SG06 to follow

    I have to say I'm not convinced by a 120mm LED fan taking up most of the front of a HTPC case - a bit distracting, I'd've though. Otherwise it looks like a nice case: although I'd probably go with something a bit flatter for an HTPC myself - a discreet graphics card seems like overkill for playing DVDs....

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