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SilverStone Sugo Series SG05BB-LITE Black SECC / Plastic Mini-ITX Desktop Computer Case with 2 x USB3.0 ports (Black)

  • Steel / Plastic Mini-ITX Tower
  • USB 3.0 x 2
  • Audio x 1
  • MIC x 1 Front Ports
  • 1 Internal 3.5" Drive Bays
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SilverStone Sugo Series SG05W-LITE Computer Case

Introduced in 2009, the Sugo SG05 was a revelation for a form factor originally destined for low-powered computing. Designed for use with Mini-DTX and Mini-ITX motherboards, the SG05 was capable of swallowing many standard components while keeping everything cooled. It was the first Mini-ITX case in its size class equipped with a 120mm fan and capable of accommodating 10in. graphics cards. This breakthrough design allowed anyone to build a fast and affordable PC in a case smaller than a shoebox. With SFX power supplies becoming more popular - thanks to the success of SG05 and subsequent case designs - SilverStone has decided to release a version of SG05, called "SG05-Lite," without an SFX power supply included. This bare chassis model will be more affordable and give users greater flexibility in choosing components.

SILVERSTONE Power supply


SILVERSTONE Power supply
  • Ample space for CPU cooling (82mm in height)
  • Elevated standoff on motherboard's back side for components
  • Unprecedented 120mm fan in mini casing for positive pressure cooling
  • Supports 2.5in. and 3.5in. hard drives
  • Mini-DTX / Mini-ITX motherboards and SFX PSU compatible
  • Standard-length expansion cards support (10in.)

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SILVERSTONE Power supply


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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year

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  • Jason T.
  • 2/10/2015 10:42:28 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat case, great company

Pros: Extremely good ITX cases; build quality is great and they are very durable. Assembly is easy. Lasts forever.

Cons: Not much, really. The version without the included power supply doesn't have the power supply support bar included, but it's not really necessary.

Other Thoughts: I have over 200 of these cases. Most were purchased as the original SG05 model with included power supply, but these days they sell the case and power supply separately. It's cheaper to buy them separately anyway; the only thing you don't get is a support bar for the power supply, but it's not really necessary.

When USB3 became a thing, Silverstone conveniently offered a USB3 upgrade kit. We still upgrade our cases to USB3 when we recycle out an old motherboard. Most companies would have told us to buy new cases.

Recently we noticed that a couple of the power LEDs had burned out on the oldest cases we have (which are six years old). Called up Silverstone and they sent us some new switch boards even though they don't officially offer them on their web site. Can't argue with service like that.

To date out of the 200+ we have had one failed power supply and one noisy front fan. Both of which were easily replaced. We still use the original batch of cases we bought six years ago, with USB3 upgrades and new boards and such.

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  • matthew h.
  • 1/14/2015 8:23:35 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsNot for the Noob at Heart - but Sweet when complete!

Pros: *Unlike a lot of ITX cases, actually quite "mini"
*Effective Cooling despite the clutter
*Fairly quiet (see con)
*Fit a GeForce 970 (9.5 inch) pretty easily
*Feels Sturdy / Transportable
*Can accommodate high performance parts
*USB and audio headers in the front were decent quality
*Comes with the screws you need for slimdrive, Mobo, and 2 hard drives, as well as nice rubber feet and a cable tie I couldn't use.
*Bright Blue LED

Cons: *Bright Blue LED
*Difficult installation process (see other thoughts)
*No Filter on GPU Intake side
*Plastic Face Scratched easily, as did internal paint job
*Must dissemble cover and plastic face to reach tough to remove fan filter
*Hope your fan / HDDs, Mobo never need replacing - you will be disassembling most / the whole box if that happens!
*Not sized well for Silverstone's own modular PSUs
*No real cable management options if you are using all drive bays + adding an awesome GPU
*Some revisions to the drive trays would have made it a lot easier to get power cables to the GPU or install in general
*Stock Intel HS and Fan are the noisiest part of the case

Other Thoughts: Do not buy the Sugo 05 case without patience and planning. I spent a full day putting mine together, with some sticking points that included a stuck fan (discovered at end of process, oiy), a BARELY fitting PSU, and cable smooshing that made me think I was going to break something for sure. It is critical to do things in order, but in my case, I did the PSU last. The worst thing is knowing that you mostly will be assembling all of it and then praying that no parts were DOA.

Probably the weakest link in the design are the drive trays. The optical drive should be much more "open", or even cornered to make it easier to route cables (and don't forget your slimdrive ADAPTER). I almost cut mine up but luckily didn't have to. Luck seemed to have a lot to do with my build. The 2.5 inch bay seems unnecessarily large and there is 1 mounting option. With a 3.5 inch drive added to the mix, the Sata cable / power cables were a nightmare to get in. While the Sugo can take a large GPU, you will sure think otherwise when working with the minimal clearances between it and the drives. Eliminating the 3.5 inch bay would not matter, the 2.5 inch drive is butted up close as well. Cable length was less an issue than girth - I would have bought Silverstone's set of flat cables if they could accommodate 3 Sata drives on one cord like the stock cables did. BTW the perpendicular orientation of the Slim drive to the HDDs makes some added length necessary so be aware of that.

All told, the case scared me, made me bleed, and resisted my ambitions to have the ultimate mini gaming box. If you aren't absolutely committed to small size, (my second and third choice was the Raven "XBOX" or ASROCK M8), I would certainly not mind having had another inch in every direction!

But the Sugo can do what it says it can do, and all assembled and running, I have already begun to forgive its sins. It is adorable and mighty at the same time. But Silverstone, if you are listening, it is time for some "modernization". An aluminum face, better clearance for the PSU, and a rethink of the CPU vent could make for a much classier, easier to work with, and quieter case. I'd at minimum revise the drive tray to accommodate 2-3 2.5 inch drives, and re-orient them to make cabling easier. I'd pay even more for better "dust proofing".

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  • Donald S.
  • 1/10/2015 3:57:42 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGood little case for the job

Pros: I typically build high end gaming rigs in mid tower cases. This was my first mini ITX build (and a specialized one to be sure).

I carefully researched and selected this case for the following reasons:

1. Silverstone name and quality
2. Price was reasonable
3. 120mm intake fan WITH REMOVABLE DUST FILTER
4. Positive pressure design
5. Easy to work in compared to some other cases in this class
6. USB 3.0 ports on the front, but that was also a con in my setup
7. Lots of ventilation holes designed to let heat escape with the positive air pressure design used

In building with this case, you must use a SFX power supply as that is what it is designed for. Unfortunately, there are not many SFX units on the market to choose from. You don't want one of the cheaper ones and I would stay away from the SIlverstone "high end" unit as it is OEM'd by Enhance and is using some 3rd Tier capacitors. I went with the FSP 300W unit, which has professional reviews and awards not to mention positive feedback on Newegg.

In addition, I found that putting the PSU in LAST was the best way to build. I installed the mobo first (after having already mounted the CPU/HSF and RAM). Second, I wired up the USB/FP headers, SATA headers, ATX and 12v AUX power cable, and then mounted the PSU when all was said and done. That way you are not trying to reach under the PSU to plug anything in. I balanced the PSU on top of the case while plugging in the mobo power cables.

Generally, the number of screws provided was adequate and a cable routing/mount tie was included. There is little else in regards to provision for cable routing, which is to be expected for the size of this case. It is small!

The optical drive bay is designed to take a notebook optical drive, but I did not install one. There is a single 2.5" bay and a single 3.5" bay, which is all I needed.

Everything went together well and I encountered little trouble. Once all put together, this little case makes for a solid build. The instructions provided are very clear and thorough...far more so than the average instructions that come with a case.

If I find myself looking at building another mini ITX based system, I would probably go with this case again.

Cons: The two main cons are:

1. Limited SFX power supply selection (specifically, high quality units). This is not the fault of Silverstone. No eggs removed.
2. Front panel USB is 3.0 only, which is good and bad. The MSI AM1 mini ITX mobo I used does not have a USB 3.0 header on it. Neither do a lot of mini ITX mobos due to lack of space on the PCB. I purchased an Apevia USB 3.0 to USB 2.0 converter cable and used that for one of the USB 2.0 headers on the MSI mobo and it worked out well, albeit adding to the cable clutter a little. Silverstone should provide the same converter for this situation, and this is what got an egg removed.

Other Thoughts: This build is for a SOHO server box designed as a NVR for a Ubiquiti 720P 8 camera PoE surveillance system and Ubiquiti UniFi WiFi hardware zone controller. The build is as follows:

1. MSI AM1I mobo
2. Kabini Athlon 5350 at default clock
3. 2 x 4GB (8 GB) Team Zeus DDR3-1600 9-9-9-24 1.5V
4. Gelid Solutions AM1 1U HSF
5. FSP SFX 300 Watt 80+ PSU
6. Silverstone Sugo SG05 Lite case
7. Crucial MX100 256GB SSD as boot/OS
8. Seagate Surveillance 3TB as surveillance video storage
9. Intel I210 Gigabit Ethernet Server PCI-E x1 card
10. Windows 8.1 Pro 64 bit

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  • Peter J.
  • 10/21/2014 9:55:57 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsAmazing case

Pros: I wanted the absolute smallest case possible with a MASSIVE build out. I think the below proves this is it. I mean this thing is like the size of a shoe box and way smaller than the next best option if small is what you want.

- Asus Impact Maximus VI mini Itx
- Silverstone 450watt gold modular power supply
- 4770k overclocked to 4500 mhz
- Just added a GTX 970 (So glad I waited. This is the ultimate product for this build. very low power and massive GPU power)
- 16gb memory
- 2x 250gb Samsung evo in Raid 0 (taped in...)
- 1x 2tb Samsung 2.5inch HHD (taped in)
- 1x 1tb mSata Samsung Evo 940

I have a Corsair h75 water cooler. I replaced the fans with 2 notchua 120mm in push pull. Other than the GPU fans, these are the only fans in the case. This did require me to remove the slim line Optical housing, but I have not used an optical drive in 3 years so don't miss it.

Even overclocked to 4500 at Idle, I run at 34 degrees and 56 at loads.

I have had 0 issues with head thus far.

I have searched all mini ITX case and in my research, you simply cannot find a smaller case that will hold all the above and run cool.

For me the days of big cases is just over.

Cons: no SLI, but since this is a mini ITX case. it was never really in the picture regardless...

I did use a blackout marker to cover over the blue power light. Some people dig this but for me it lit up my room at night so was not a fan.

Other Thoughts: Not sure what the guy is talking about with his bad flow. I honestly think he installed his Power supply backwards.

Or perhaps the model with the build in power supply blows air into the case?

I installed mine to draws more air out of the case and is perfectly inline with the air blowing in from the 2 Notchua's

With Asus Maximus Impact VI and bios. the Notchua's run at only 650rm and are so quite, I often have to double check to make sure it is even on.

The New GPU though fixed that issue ;)

If you are good at builds, willing to be creative. I promise you this is the absolute smallest case you can get for a massive system.

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  • 10/8/2014 2:10:28 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsThe ITX Gold Standard

Pros: Ridiculously Small
2.5" & 3.5" Drive Support
USB3 + HD Audio Front
120mm Front Intake Fan
Slimline Optical Drive Support
Supports Moderately Long GPUs (10")

Cons: None

Other Thoughts: I'm not sure what the other reviewer here is talking about "corrupted airflow" and no spot for an optical drive, but in my case both points are incorrect.

My current setup is a Core i5-2500k along with an XFX HD 7950 powered by a Silverstone 450W SFX PSU and I've been golden for over a year.

I have a AXP-100 CPU cooler with a 120mm fan mounted to blow air upwards. Some escapes through the vents up top, and the rest is pulled into the PSU which blows it out the back. With the front 120mm sucking cold air in and the GPU pulling its own fresh air through a side vent, there's plenty of strong airflow and good thermals (with good cable management, of course).

I don't use the 3.5" caddy (due to cooler clearance), but I have installed a 1TB HDD into the 2.5" bay and use a 128GB mSATA SSD. Even if you don't have an mSATA slot on your motherboard, I've found that there's enough space in the bottom front of the case to tape down a standard 2.5" SSD.

And, of course, I have a slim DVD+/-RW drive installed as well.

All in all, this is an amazing case by Silverstone. It's stood the test of time since its design and truly is the gold standard to which all other ITX cases are compared to.

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  • Philippe D.
  • 10/5/2014 3:24:42 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsPinacle of deception

Pros: None

Cons: It doesent have a slot for the cd/dvd rom. Corrupted air from the power supply goes right into the intake of the cpu cooler. You can only mount 1x 120mm. fan so this tells you right off something is bound to fry if it's not the whole internal components that will go into oblivion...

Other Thoughts: How does thing thing got ever on the market in the first place and who is the engeneer that designed this box of problems?

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  • Anonymous
  • 10/4/2014 3:45:40 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsNot great by today's standards

Pros: -The smallest case I could find that can hold a standard size GPU.
-SFX power supply mount. I don't want a gigantic PSU in an ITX case.

Cons: -The drive tray wastes a significant amount of space for the option of installing a slim disk drive. DVDs are sort of archaic, but I suppose they weren't when this case was designed. You can always use the space for extra 2.5" drives or to keep your cables out of the way.
-No filter on intake vent next to the GPU.
-Should have an exhaust vent on the back between the mobo ports and PSU.
-The USB header is too long and too stiff.
-The LEDs are too bright. I unplugged them.
-The included fan made a clicking sound so I replaced it eventually.
-Silverstone's modular SFX power supply doesn't fit with the disk/hard drive tray installed unless you do a bit of modding. I initially had to cut holes in the drive tray to run the modular cables through. This obstructs the 2.5" drive mount. Eventually I removed the disk tray entirely and made my own.

Other Thoughts: Be aware that if you want a long GPU it may not fit in this case.
None of the cons are dealbreakers, but the lack of modular PSU support really hurts in this small of a case.

All things considered, this is a fairly old design (2009) and there are better options these days.

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  • Patrick S.
  • 8/23/2014 3:48:50 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsSugo

Pros: Cheap for a SIlverstone. I saved some csh by buying the lite version then buying the Silverstone 300w PSU for a HTPC. used a Corsair H50. Could not fit the hard drive caddy with the H50. But I used a SSD so no big deal

Cons: It would be nice if ti had the mounts for an ATX in addition to the SFX. It will fit but its tight

Other Thoughts: Great little HTPC and you can fit a 10.5" GPU

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  • D M.
  • 7/28/2014 9:46:06 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat Space Saver

Pros: Size.
Ease of parts installation.

Cons: Cover is not easy to put back on. Shouldn't be that difficult

Other Thoughts: Use this for an office PC as the lady using it like her PC on her desk next to her monitor. This was perfect size that allowed for a desktop PC to be built in.
Great case for small builds. Could even be used for a LAN gaming box.

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  • Mingwei S.
  • 7/12/2014 11:34:28 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsNice design, easy to work with

Pros: Case is nice looking. When installing hardware, the top three sides of the walls come out as a single piece, leaving lots of room to work with.

Cons: - installing disk drive is tricky
- the lights are too bright (and I'm too lazy to fix it)

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