SilverStone Sugo SST-SG05B Mini ITX Case Review
Specifications, Packaging, Included Accessories
SilverStone SG05 Specifications (from SilverStone's website)
Front I/O Port
Audio x 1
MIC x 1
|Power supply type||
|Max. DC Output||
|combined +3.3, +5V||
22A / 264W
90V ~ 264V(Auto Range)
|Input Frequency Range||
47Hz ~ 63Hz
Active PFC (PF>0.95 at full load)
0 ~ 50°C
Over current protection, Over power protection, Over voltage protection, Short circuit.
1 x 24-pin motherboard connector (300mm)
1 x 4-pin ATX12V connector (400mm)
1 x 6-pin PCI-E connector (400mm)
1 x triple SATA connector (300mm +200mm +100mm)
1 x dual 4-pin IDE (300mm + 200mm)
1 x single floppy power connectors
(300mm + 200mm + 200mm)
Single 80mm fan
19 dBA minimum
125 mm (W) x 63.5 mm (H) x 100 mm (D)
Packaging and included accessories
The SilverStone SG05 is encased in the company’s standard retail packaging that includes thick Styrofoam and a thick cardboard enclosure. Nothing too flashy; just the basics that include most of the case’s features and technical specifications.
A standard user manual is also included with the SG05.
SilverStone also included a power cable, four rubber feet, slim optical drive IDE adapter, cable management hook, and two extra bottom panels that can be used on the main front panel. With the included 300W power supply, the included items bundled with this case round out everything a consumer will need to get them started building an SFF system.