Silverstone Sugo SG06 Mini-ITX SFF Case with SST-TOB02 Blu-Ray Drive Review
Case Specifications, Packaging, Included Accessories
- Aluminum front panel, SECC body
Motherboard types supported:
- Slim optical bay x 1
- 3.5”x 1 , 2.5”x1
- Front - 1 x 120mm intake fan with golf blades, 1200rpm, 19dBA
- Rear - None
- Side - Oversized vents
- Top - Oversized vents
- Bottom - None
PCI Expansion Slots: 2
Front I/O Ports
- USB 2.0 port x 2
- Audio x 1
- MIC x 1
Expansion card support:
- Standard size long cards capable (9”)*
- 3.72 kg
- 220 mm (W) x 177 mm (H) x 286 mm (D)
The Silverstone SG06 arrived in a very professional-looking box that has line drawings of the Silverstone logo and the SG06 case. It also includes a brief list of features. Overall, I like this type of case graphics as opposed to the super fancy, fantasy marketing graphics used by many other features to entice consumers.
The right panel includes the entire list of specifications associated with the SG06 as well as another small line drawing of the back panel of the case.
As we opened the box, we were greeted with the SG06 user manual and two large pieces of foam that secured the case during shipping. Pretty standard stuff for these hardware components.
Silverstone threw in a few extra goodies like one SATA cable, slim drive SATA adapter, and a grey bezel to help the optical drive match the case perfectly.
They also included a detailed user manual and power cable.
Lastly, they included all the screws users will need to install their hardware and four rubber feet that need to be installed so the case has secure footing wherever the builder wants to use the SG06.