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SILVERSTONE Sugo Series SST-SG08B Black Aluminum Mini-ITX Desktop Computer Case 600W 80+ Bronze Certified / Single +12V rail Power Supply

  • 10mm aluminum front panel, SECC body Mini-ITX Desktop
  • USB 3.0 x 2 Audio x 1 MIC x 1 Front Ports
  • 600W Power Supply
  • Side Air duct
  • 1 Internal 3.5" Drive Bays
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To further increase the appeal of the groundbreaking Sugo SG07, SilverStone engineers crafted a follow-up version in the SG08. For the first time in a SilverStone product and likely also the first for Mini-ITX, a 0.4-inch (1cm) thick extruded aluminum was used to adorn the front panel of a chassis. Finished with fine brush surface and anodized, the SG08's front panel rivals the best home theater equipment in quality and style. The award winning and proven features from the SG07 remain such as the Air Penetrator AP181 fan with dual speed switch, easily removable fan filter, positive pressure layout, and the included 80 PLUS Bronze certified 600W power supply. While compact in size at only about 900 cubic inches (14.8 liters), the SG08 is still capable of accepting a healthy selection of full size components. Even the longest consumer graphics cards up to 12.2 inches can fit. This extraordinary capacity, along with the cooling power provided by the built-in AP181 fan, makes the SG08, along with SG07, the ultimate Mini-ITX chassis.


  • Thick 10mm aluminum front panel with premium styling
  • Class leading SFF chassis with 180mm fan and positive pressure cooling
  • Ample space for CPU cooling (117mm in height)
  • Elevated standoff for motherboard back side components
  • Support for two 2.5" SSDs/HDDs and one 3.5" hard drive
  • Includes 80 PLUS Bronze certified 600W @ 122°F (50°C) PSU with single +12V rail
  • Adjustable VGA fan duct for improved cooling efficiency
  • Removable fan filters included for case fan, PSU, and VGA duct
  • Support graphics cards up to 12.2 inches and 400W

  • AMD Radeon HD 5970 – 12.2"
  • AMD Radeon HD 6990 – 12"
  • AMD Radeon HD 6970 – 11"
  • AMD Radeon HD 6950 – 11"
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX690 – 11"
  • AMD Radeon HD 6870 – 10.5"
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX580 – 10.5"
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX680 – 10"
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX670 – 9.5"
  • AMD Radeon HD 6850 – 9"

  1. One Air Penetrator 180mm fan (AP181) included for superior cooling performance
  2. Dual speed fan switch and reset button on rear panel
  3. Two full size expansion slots accommodates top-end graphics card up to 12.2" long
  4. Supports Mini-DTX and Mini-ITX motherboards
  5. GPU vent divider prevents air exhaust recycling back into PSU
  6. PSU filter included
  7. Custom 600W PSU (80 PLUS Bronze certified) with short cables included
  8. Accommodates one 3.5" hard drive and two 2.5" hard drives or SSDs
  9. One slim optical drive bay included
  10. Thick 10mm aluminum front panel with premium styling
  11. Slide-out removable top 180mm fan filter included


Model No.
SST-SG08B (black)
Material 10mm Aluminum front panel, SECC body
Motherboard DTX, Mini-ITX
Multimedia --
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 2
Front I/O Port
  • USB 3.0 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, width restriction - 4.38"
Maximum CPU Cooler Size 117mm
Limitation of PSU 140mm (remove VGA Card if you want install up to 170mm)
Net Weight 13.2lbs (6kg)
Dimensions (W x H x D) 8.75 x 7.5 x 13.8 inches (222 x 190 x 351mm)
Approx. 900Cu. In. (14.8 liters)
Extra --
Support VESA Mount --
Model No. SST-ST60F-SG
Max. DC Output 600W
Load Range
  +3.3V +5V +12V1 +12V2 +12V3 +12V4 +5VSB -12V -5V
Max. (Amps) 25A 25A 46A / / / 3.0A 0.8A /
Min. (Amps) 0.8A 0.5A 4A / / / 0.1A 0A /
Range (%) ±5% ±5% ±5% / / / ±5% ±10% /
Ripple (mVp-p) 50mV 50mV 120mV / / / 50mV 120mV /
combined +3.3, +5V 140W
combined +12V 46A / 552W
Input Voltage 90 ~ 265V (Auto Range)
Input Frequency Range 47Hz - 63Hz
PFC Active PFC (PF > 0.95 at full load)
Efficiency 82 - 85% at 20 - 100% loading
MTBF 100,000 hours at 77°F (25°C), full load
Operating temperature 50 - 122°F (10 - 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)
Color Black (Lead-Free Paint)
Cooling System Single 120mm fan
Noise Level 17dBA - 30dBA
Dimensions (W x H x D) 6 x 3.3 x 5.5 inches (150 x 86 x 140mm)
Weight 2lbs (940g)
Form Factor ATX12V / EPS12V
Certification 80 PLUS Bronze
Other GPU Support list
Haswell CPU support

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

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  • Roman Y.
  • 10/14/2014 11:31:52 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsFar from perfect

Pros: Good design, compact, anodized front panel, good PSU installed.

Cons: Adjusting cables is a real pain, noisy for me, see other thoughts

Other Thoughts: I would say it is not worth the price. I expected the small case is not for a real gaming machine, well, at least without some extra modding, but decided to buy it after I read several positive reviews.
As I said, aligning cables is a real pain, I don't really understand how they assume you can install DVD reader since the space for it was completely filled with those cables.

It is also worth mentioning that NOT ALL video cards will fit (even though they are in acceptable size range). I have GTX 670 from Zotac (my old one) and it DOESN'T fit without removing the top 180mm fan because extra power connectors are under the fan and if you will not be able to put the fan back after you connect extra power cables. So if you are going to install a long size video card make sure that extra power connectors are as close to the end of the video card as possible. For example GTX770 from EVGA fits nicely.

Now about cooling performance. I have i5 haswell and without video card installed the idle temperature was about 33C with stock cooler. After I installed my GTX770 the temperature rises to about 40C. The top 180 fan was in quiet mode. If you switch it to loud mode the temperature is ok but it is really noisy.
So I would not recommend using stock CPU cooler and video card installed. Also pay special attention when choosing CPU cooler. I have asus z97I-plus motherboard and I tried to install Noctua NH-L12. The cooler can be installed on the motherboard but it doesn't fit the case, it is not possible to install the case cover.

The case is probably ok for many people and ok if you have time and money to mode it (install extra coolers or use water cooling) but not for me so I will go with another case.

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  • Daniel D.
  • 7/9/2014 6:34:14 AM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsBroken Product

Pros: The Case looks nice from the outside.

Cons: The Power supply was dead straight from the box. Being my first Silverstone product, I'm certainly not purchasing from them again.

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  • Mark G.
  • 9/26/2013 6:41:17 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsSST-SG08B Case & NT06-PRO CPU Cooler

Pros: With this case, my HTPC build has an i5-3570K, 8GB RAM, 120GB SSD, 1TB HDD, XFX Radeon HD 7750, and Blu-ray reader/DVD writer. Although the cables are busting out in a few places, it still has room and power to handle an i7 class CPU and a double-width, GTX Titan class video card. The case has a huge 180mm top fan with large grills on 4 of 6 sides. The included PSU has connectors for more than the above components (more than can be squeezed into the case). The NT06 CPU Cooler has a good size, but low profile heat sink grill and fan that comfortably fits below the 180mm case fan. The above rig runs so quiet, I didn't realize that it was running until I opened the case and saw the fan moving.

Cons: The NT06 CPU Cooler is so close the back of the HDD, that you must get a left-angle SATA cable. Also as the case only has room for a laptop optical drive, you must get a slimline SATA to SATA cable (such as StarTech Model SLSATAF20 20 in 20in Slimline SATA to SATA with LP4 Power Cable Adapter) to connect the optical drive to a normal mobo. I highly recommend saving all of the twist ties that come with the case as you can use the various loops in the case frame to tie-down and route cables. Be careful and plan the routing of any cables as this IS a small case with tight spaces.

Other Thoughts: I bought the SST-SG08B black aluminum case in order to build a HTPC for my living room where I have a wall-mounted 50" Plasma TV. It's small Mini-ITX size and black color seems to fit stylishly with other equipment and with the Gigabyte GA-H77N-WIFI mobo, it provides an additional WIFI hotspot for use as a gaming server.

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  • Stephen L.
  • 8/16/2013 6:06:31 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsBest build so far

Pros: This computer is by far my favorite i have ever done. i kept building machines so that i could "upgrade them later" and by the time i decided it needed an upgrade, it was not worth the effort. so i built this one to be as full as it could be, and man did it turn out great. when i turned it on the first time, i thought i had done something wrong, because it was so quiet. i had to turn off my other computer just to hear this one. The power supply runs quietly, and does not generate much heat, and the large fan on top is whisper quiet. I inverted the fan to make an updraft case, and used a stock heat sink for my processor. so far everything is great.

Cons: obviously the space is limited, so do your research before you buy components. If you invert the top fan to make it an updraft case, then you no longer have any dust filters, but its not much work to pop the case and hit it with a little compressed air every so often. My biggest complaint would be the space between the back of the video card, and the power supply. there is a non-conductive sheet affixed to the back of the PSU to keep the GPU pins from shorting out, but it doesn't cover the whole section. I remedied that with a piece of electrical tape and haven't had any issues.

Other Thoughts: This is a great case, and if you want to build a consertative machine, the price will not be outragous. If you want a performance machine the Mini ITX compliant components get pretty pricey.

Intel 17-3770K Ivy Bridge
Intel BOXDH77DF LGA 1155 Intel h77 Mini ITX
MSI N660TI PE 2GD5/OC GeForce GTX 660 Ti Twinrazer
CORSAIR Vengeance 16GB 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM
Intel 520 Series Cherryville 240GB SSD
Seagate Constellation ES 2TB 7200 RPM 64MB IHD

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  • Timothy O.
  • 8/15/2013 9:26:04 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsIt's tight but it rocks

Pros: Everything fits snugly, but it is the perfect dimensions for my needs. It fits inside a Zuca bag, and it is small enough to transport easily. I fit a Corsair H60 (2013 model) cooler in there, and it is tight but it works well. The included PSU is more than sufficient. Not any more difficult to build on than any other case I've messed with, just a little less open room when you finish.

Cons: The cables from the 600W PSU are way longer than needed. That just means you have manage your cables, but there is room to sequester them beside the HDD bay.

Other Thoughts: I am pleased with my build:
Asus P8Z77-I mini ITX
Corsair H60 watercooler
Toshiba slimline DVD burner SN-208
I scalped the RAM, CPU, GPU, and drives off my old system. It fit an evga GTX560ti video card with room to spare.

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  • He Z.
  • 8/2/2013 2:22:28 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsSFF masterpiece!

Pros: I have this case with MSI Z87I and EVGA 780 SC with ACX cooler. Without going SLI, SFF doesn't get any better than this.

Cons: some cables are way too long.

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  • Donald M.
  • 5/28/2013 3:22:45 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day

1 out of 5 eggsFor the price, it is lacking.

Pros: This is a beautiful case, with great design and build quality. That being said, there are some huge cons.

Cons: This is not worth the $200 price tag, ever. If they want $200 for this, they need to include the adapters for the case, as well as the side fan that is optional. This case while great simply isn't that great. The cables for the PSU are way too long, something they know about yet they still produce the same size cables. The PSU should be modular at this price as well, granted it is a bronze 600w psu, a user can purchase a similar watt PSU that is modular for around the same price. I was a huge fan of the SG07 case and the price for that was equally rediculous, and the case has never once gone on sale, which is an absolute slap in the face for loyal customers. I'm sorry, but Silverstone loses my respect on this case.

Other Thoughts: Include the adapter, and don't make us have to purchase a right angle SATA when you know your customers are going to need one. For $200 this case needs to come with everything, I can build a mid tower with a 750w modular PSU for this price, AND get all the cables. Seriously silverstone, what were you thinking?

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  • Jane T.
  • 3/26/2013 1:29:42 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsAwesome Mini-ITX case

Pros: I love how the case looks and feels. Since this is sitting on top of a desk I didn't want a tower. So I went with this, knowing it wouldn't be the easiest build. The extra effort was definitely worth it. It's impressive and can be a top-notch gaming machine. You do have to be aware thought that this will either take some case modification or trial and error with parts to get things inside just right. Since I don't like messing with cases I tried 2 motherboards, 2 video cards, and 2 CPU heatsink/fan combos and finally found the perfect fit. Specs below

Cons: Silverstone, why wouldn't you include a necessary adapter? You have to use a slim ODD, and all the ones i found use slimline SATA. Why not provide us with the $5 dollar adapter instead of making us get one. I was dumb and didn't get one right away so didn't have the ODD working until later. Makes installing everything more a pain. But you can get one so it's not worth an egg, they just make it annoying for the builder. Also, I would recommend a right angle adapter on an extending cable if possible. The fan comes right up against the back and if you get one that goes straight through it wouldn't fit.

You have to really do some cable management in order to make things look and work properly. In the end things get into place, but I highly recommend using zip ties otherwise you could end up with the noise of wires hitting fans. Advice, i fed the SATA power chord for SDD and ODD around from the front, under the ODD with first plug going into SDD, last plug into ODD. This cut some of the wire clutter. I did the reverse with the front audio since the ASUS MB has the sound in the back basically under the PCI-E slot (stupid). But this really helped with the amount of cables hovering in the middle of the case.

Not everything fits this case. Be aware of that. Even if you get things that fit the dimmensions, it might not fit perfectly, so you'll have to toy with things. The hardest things to fit were the videocard and aftermarket CPU cooling. More in the other's section.

Not taking an egg off for any of these because they are all manageable and more annoying than an actual problem. You have to know when you decide to go SFF that it's just not as easy to build as a big tower. You can work with this stuff though.

Other Thoughts: Specs:
Case - SILVERSTONE Sugo Series SST-SG08B Black
MB - ASUS P8Z77-I Deluxe
CPU - Intel Core i5-3570K Ivy Bridge 3.4GHz
Heatsink - Prolimatech PRO-SAM17 CPU Cooler
CPU Fan - Noctua NF-F12 PWM 120mm Fan
RAM - G.SKILL Sniper Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 2133
GPU - MSI N660-2GD5/OC GeForce GTX 660 2GB
SDD - Corsair Force Series GS 2.5" 360GB
ODD - SAMSUNG Internal Slim 8x DVD Writer

Hardest parts to fit were video card and heatsink/fan combo.

length and thickness are not a concern. You could even probably get away with a thicker card if you wanted and would just not have the dust screen on the case. The height and placement of the power cord is the problem. It will all fit until you put the fan in place. If the connection from PSU to Graphics card is in the middle, the chord will hit the fan. You then can force it down, but you will be severely bending the cord and stressing the MB, not recommended. The first card I tried was the EVGA SuperClocked 02G-P4-2662-KR GeForce GTX 660. This had that exact problem. As another commentor stated, he sawed off a piece of the fan (non-moving part obviously). I considered this, but thought that I'd prefer to just see if I could find a very similar performing card that had a different placement. Set further back, there is a gap between fan and ODD. I found the MSI used above and it fits right into that gap. No problem. No mods needed. And it works great. Took a while to find but I love how it works out in the end.

Since I want to OC at some point, I needed a MB that could do so and an aftermarket fan to cool the CPU. The case has a low ceiling, so only low-profile heatsinks will fit. This is where i have to switch from the ASRock z77-E itx to the ASUS. ASRock puts PCI-E right next to the CPU slot so you can't actually fit a really good aftermarket fan (they all bump into the dedicated graphic card). As for the fan/sink combo, silverstone makes one that seems pretty good, but I heard the fan on it wasn't great. I wanted the best because i figured with no place for exhaust fan that this case might get hot. So I looked at the Noctua NH-L12. I like it's push/pull combo and Noctua makes the best fans. It looked like it should just fit for its height. And it did. But the side to side was the problem. It only fit in one arrangement with the ASUS board, and that had it hitting the side of the case. Just wasn't going to fit with the lid on. So I ended up with the Prolimatech PRO-SAM17 Samuel 17 heatsink and Noctua NF-F12 PWM 120mm Fan. This combo is awesome. Running the overhead intake on low, i have idle temps around 30 degrees for both the CPU and GPU (not OC'd yet). With this setup, the thing is silent. Can't even hear a whisper. Running hard temps don't get higher than 60, and usually hover between 40-55. I will be OCing in the near future. I do want to experiment with turning intake into exhaust but haven't done that yet.

Love this machine and the case. Have f

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  • Samuel M.
  • 3/2/2013 2:26:55 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

4 out of 5 eggsQuiet and stylish

Pros: Case is sturdy, compact, and very stylish. The front panel really gives it some weight. The included PSU has all the connections you could want, including 2x6+2 pin PCI express power connectors. The shroud/duct for video cards is a great idea to keep warm air from recycling back through the video card cooling system.

Cons: The front panel cables (and PSU cables) are MUCH longer than they need to be. The front USB3 and audio cables can stretch several inches beyond the back of the case, and the PSU cables can be routed to virtually any position and still have slack leftover that need to be managed.

Other Thoughts: Spent nearly as much time doing cable management as I did to install all the parts.

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  • Monte C.
  • 2/18/2013 9:16:06 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat Case and form factor

Pros: Great looking case. Great cooling and fits full sized video cards. Simple build and not loud at all.PSU is good. Love the front panel made entirely out of aluminum. Could fit AIO liquid cooler if wanted. Plenty of power cable options.

Cons: As many have stated long power cables. Modular would be great and if/when Silverstone comes outs with one of those I will buy it. Wish the PSU was normal form factor as I want a fanless or platinum PSU.

Other Thoughts: To the N/An reviewer that blamed the case for his rig not posting I say it was the PSU. This happens and I personally think a distinction between the PSU and Case should be made. Sorry it did not work, but two negative reviews for a case that actually is quite good and of which you just happened to get a dud PSU does not warrant a bad review. Reviews are not forums. It would have been more helpful to have your review of your entire process rather than just your vitrioliic spew due to the frustration of DOA parts. In short it happens.

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