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Testseek.co.uk have collected 12 expert reviews of the SilverStone Sugo SG08 and the average rating is 85%. Scroll down and see all reviews for SilverStone Sugo SG08.


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  Published: 2013-05-13, Author: Dustin Sklavos , review by: anandtech.com

  • My experience reviewing the SilverStone Sugo SG08 was a mostly positive one. Mini-ITX cases are never little vacations like Corsair enclosures often are, but SilverStone does enough right with the Sugo SG08 that it's fairly easy to get your head past the ...

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  Published: 2012-12-17, review by: techpowerup.com

  • Thick front panel made out of aluminum, Extremely compact, Two expansion slots, Can hold 12.2 inch long graphics card, 2x 2.5 inch and 1x 3.5 inch bays, Slimline ODD bay, 180 mm FDB Air Penetrator fan on the top, 2x USB 3.0, USB 3.0 to 2.0 adapter included, Dust filter on fan, High quality, single rail 600W PSU, MiniITX or MiniDTX compatibility, Positive air pressure system helps to keep dust out
  • Fragile antivibration rings, Air penetrator fan is audible at full speed, PSU cables hard to hide nicely, Fan switch firmly attached to Air Penetrator, Basic I/O
  • Silverstone took the SG07 and evolved it by going all out with the thick aluminum front panel I lovingly call "the slab". This case doesn't just look awesome; its internals also manage to impress. Silverstone has included a 600W PSU with specifications...

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  Published: 2012-09-17, review by: Bit-Tech.net

  • The SG08 is a very minor upgrade to the SG07, and in most regards the cases are actually identical. However, a lot has changed in two years – not just our testing process, but also the demands that people are now beginning to make from mini-ITX builds,...

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  Published: 2012-08-22, review by: benchmarkreviews.com

  • Included 600W 80 Plus Bronze power supply, Excellent ventilation and airflow management, Power, space, and cooling are more than adequate for any video card (that will physically fit), All air intakes are filtered,
  • Distressingly thin sheet metal is easy to damage, Power supply cables are far too long for this case, making cable management difficult, No integrated memory card reader, Design for slim optical drive limits your options
  • SilverStone set out to make the smallest possible mini-ITX computer case they could that could still serve as the basis of a high-performance system. They succeeded, albeit with some design decisions and compromises that make the result possibly less ...

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  Published: 2012-03-06, review by: overclock3d.net

  • Having recently reviewed the new TJ04-E I'm a little concerned I might be starting to sound a bit like a stuck record when describing the quality of Silverstone cases. Let me put it this way. Normally there's something you can pick out as "letting th...

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  Published: 2012-01-16, review by: proclockers.com

  • There were several reasons why we loved the Silverstone SG08. Obviously, the first was the fact that it has to the room to house some of today’s longest and powerful video cards. We stuck a Radeon HD 6970 in our build, but more powerful cards like the...

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  Published: 2011-12-19, review by: ninjalane.com

  • Modern GPU Support, Included 80 Plus Bronze PSU, Monster 180mm Cooling, Dual Speed Fan Controller, Thick Aluminum Front Panel
  • Limited to use OEM heatsinks, There is nowhere to hide cables, HDDs get no direct cooling, 180mm fan cannot be removed from the case
  • The biggest limiting factor of the mini-ITX form factor is the case since this really dictates how you will ultimately build your system. Of course you can always remove the case from the equation and use something larger, but that would defeat the p...

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  Published: 2011-12-19, Author: Dennis Garcia , review by: hardwareasylum.com

  • Modern GPU Support, Included 80 Plus Bronze PSU, Monster 180mm Cooling, Dual Speed Fan Controller, Thick Aluminum Front Panel
  • Limited to use OEM heatsinks, There is nowhere to hide cables, HDDs get no direct cooling
  • The biggest limiting factor of the mini-ITX form factor is the case since this really dictates how you will ultimately build your system. Of course you can always remove the case from the equation and use something larger, but that would defeat the purpos...

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  Published: 2011-12-11, review by: ksstudios.com

  • The SG08 is another fine case from SilverStone. We do have a few recommendations for future models to make building easier. The length of the USB 3.0 cable seems excessive. The space available to hide extra cables could be increased by making this a li...

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  Published: 2012-06-20, review by: SweClockers.com

  • Abstract:  Innan vi drar igång är det bäst att förklara syftet med denna artikeln. Det hela började med ett gäng läsarfrågor som handlade om formfaktor Mini ITX. Tidigare har vi behandlat HTPC-datorer och kompakta kontorsburkar, men nu efterlystes kraftfullare ...

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