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Silverstone Sugo SG07 Mini ITX Case Review

Manufacturer: Silverstone

Introduction and Specifications

Silverstone adds 7th case to Sugo mini ITX series

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Silverstone has rivaled the likes of Lian Li, Antec, and others in quality, craftsmanship, and overall style for several years now and their newest case to the Sugo family called the SG07 continues to add more options for the mini ITX platform. This case's claim to fame is definitely its ability to hold up to a 12.2" graphics card! The only card on the market with those dimensions is the AMD Radeon HD 5970. This is a huge improvement over other similar cases and should give gamers looking for a flexible mini ITX case just what they need for LAN parties and other gaming events.


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The SG07 is by far the largest mini ITX case that Silverstone has every developed. They also made several key revisions to include a large 180mm exhaust fan as well as adding a single-rail 600W power supply with a 80 PLUS Bronze certification. There are other key features like ample space for a good-size heatsink and support for two solid state drives and one 3.5" hard drive. These options give every gamer the flexibility they need to run two SSDs in RAID 0 and also add a secondary 3.5" hard drive to store movies, music, files, and other data.  

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This case and power supply combo is currently priced at $209.99 without a window and $219.99 without a clear side window on Newegg. Paying more than $200 for any mini ITX case might raise a few eyebrows, but the inclusion of a highly-capable 600w power supply certainly makes this case more of a bargain that some might think. The chassis is built from a combination of aluminum and steel and the frame includes the same matte black finish as the exterior paneling. Let's move on to the case's technical specifications and also dive into the specs of the included 600w PSU.


Silverstone SG07 Mini ITX Case and PSU specifications (Taken from Silverstone's website)


 Model No.



Plastic front panel with aluminum plate, SECC body


Mini-DTX, Mini-ITX



 Drive Bay

 External Slim optical x 1
 Internal 3.5” x 1 , 2.5”x 2

 Cooling System

 Front --
 Rear --
 Side VGA fan duct with oversized vents
 Top 180mm Air Penetrator 700/1200rpm, 18/34dBA
 Bottom PSU intake vents and VGA exhaust divider
 Internal --

 Expansion Slot


 Front I/O Port

USB2.0 x 2

Audio x 1

MIC x 1

 Power Supply

Custom 600W with 80 PLUS Bronze certification and single +12V rail

 Operating system support


 Expansion Card

Support expansion cards up to 12.2 inches

 Limitation of CPU cooler


 Limitation of PSU

140mm (remove VGA Card if you want install up to 170mm)

 Net Weight

4.90 kg


222 mm (w) x 190 mm (h) x 350 mm (d)



 Power supply type
 Max. DC Output
Load Range
+3.3V +5V +12V1 +12V2 +12V3 +12V4 +5VSB -12V -5V
25A 25A 46A / / / 3.0A 0.8A /
0.8A 0.5A 4A / / / 0.1A 0A /
Range (%)
+/-5% +/-5% +/-5% / / / +/-5% +/-10% /
50mV 50mV 120mV / / / 50mV 120mV /
 combined +3.3, +5V
 combined +12V
46A / 552W
 Input Voltage
90V ~ 265V(Auto Range)
 Input Frequency Range
47Hz ~ 63Hz
Active PFC (PF>0.95 at full load)
82%~85% at 20%~100% loading
100,000 hours at 25°C, full load
 Operating temperature
0 ~ 50°C
Over Current Protection

Over power Protection

Over Voltage Protection

Under Voltage Protection

Short Circuit Protection
1 x 24 / 20-Pin Motherboard connector (670mm)

1 x 8 / 4-Pin EPS / ATX 12V connector (670mm)

1 x 8/6-Pin PCIE connector (360mm)

1 x 8/6-Pin PCIE connector (380mm)

3 x SATA connector (350mm + 130mm + 150mm)

2 x 4-Pin Peripheral connector (350mm + 100mm)
Black (Lead-Free Paint)
 Cooling System
Single 120mm fan
 Noise Level
19 dBA - 30dBA
150 mm (W) x 86 mm (H) x 140 mm (D)
 Form factor
80 PLUS Bronze

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