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SilverStone Sugo Series SG10B Black Aluminum front panel, steel body Micro ATX Mini Tower Computer Case

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  • Aluminum front panel, steel body Micro ATX Mini Tower
  • USB 3.0 / Audio Front Ports
  • 2 Internal 3.5" Drive Bays

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SilverStone Sugo Series SG10B Computer Case

To further increase the appeal of the groundbreaking Sugo SG09, SilverStone engineers crafted a follow-up version in the SG10. The front panel now utilizes 7mm thick aluminum and a fine filter hidden beneath this has tremendously increased its simple and elegant appearance. Designed as the ultimate SFF at only 11.5" H x 8.6" W x 14" D (295 x 220 x 354mm), the SG10 retains all of SG09's features and still accommodates standard size components such as an ATX power supply, Micro-ATX motherboard, full tower CPU cooler, and dual 13.3" high-end graphic cards. For those looking to challenge their own PC building skills in return for a superbly packaged portable, machine with uncompromised performance, the Sugo SG10 is the one to get.

SILVERSTONE Power supply


SILVERSTONE Power supply
  • Supports graphics cards of any length
  • Supports full tower CPU coolers
  • Supports Strider Plus PSUs up to 1000W
  • Mandatory cable routing design
  • Ample fan slots for maximum airflow
  • Clean aluminum front panel
SILVERSTONE Power supply

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Warranty, Returns, And Additional Information
  • Warranty
  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
Verified Owner
5/ 5
Very pleased 6/2/2020 2:39:10 PM

Pros: Small and compact and very versatile

Cons: Can hold an atx board but I didn’t buy it for that so it’s ok

Overall Review: Very pleased and I so happy with my build

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Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
Verified Owner
3/ 5
Needs good cooling 5/22/2020 6:34:32 AM

Pros: Price, build quality, and size.

Cons: Has to few spots for cooling and only finds a 120mm fan up front

Overall Review: I love this case and would buy it again but the three stars because it only has a single mount for a 120, or 140mm fan/aio up front. The only other place fans are used is on the GPU. I find that the front mont is almost always blocked by power connections and other cords for the mother bored gets almost no cooling any where in the case. You almost NEED to run an aio to not thermal throttle your cpu because the power supply sits directly on top of a air cooler.

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Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
Verified Owner
5/ 5
Great for saving space in an office 10/8/2019 8:51:28 AM

Pros: -More than enough space for components for a high-end office PC
-No thumb screws means less chance of someone tampering with my PC
-Quiet and sleek appearance
-Still have room for future SSD's or HDD's

Cons: - Nothing at the moment. It does what I wanted it to do.

Overall Review: -I would recommend this for anyone looking for a discrete case that still allows for discrete GPU's. If you are looking to fit your high end gaming rig in can be done but you may wish you just went with a mini-atx compatible case. Or if you want a lot of HDD/SSD space, this may not be the best option.
-Also, modular, or semi-modular PSU is a MUST

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Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
Verified Owner
5/ 5
Great case for a low-profile office desktop 9/14/2019 3:33:07 PM

Pros: All of the specs were exactly as advertised--no surprises while building this case. It has good flexibility for Micro-ATX and Mini-ITX systemboards. The height clearance for the CPU cooler was actually a few mm more than advertised. I used the external slot for a Blu-ray optical drive and I used an internal 3.5" Drive Bay for an HDD (as I used an NVMe SSD, I did not use an internal 2.5" Drive Bay). Wiring was easily done and I added 2 low noise 80 mm case fans (along with the provided 120 mm case fan) for extra cooling. I wound up using a short video card, so I didn't need the stated video card length.

Cons: Due to the support for a Micro-ATX systemboard, the size of this case is closer to the size of a medium fishing tackle box (the dimensions are accurate). This makes this case uncomfortable to carry under one arm. However, once placed on a desk or table, it only an inch and a half wider than a regular tower PC and of course much, much shorter.
There is a rubber cover on the top of the case toward the left-front of the case that opens up to two USB 3.0 sockets, a stereo and mic 3.5mm jacks. I saw the wires going to that corner of the case but missed where they came out until I opened the rubber cover.

Overall Review: If you are looking for a low-profile office desktop, this is an ideal case and the price isn't bad either.

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Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
Verified Owner
3/ 5
A nice case in the end, but a difficult and constrained build process. 6/3/2019 5:18:48 PM

Pros: The case, of course, is extremely small and has a clean and sleek look to it. It comes with an almost inaudible fan that circulates air through the hard drives then into the motherboard area. I suggest to be safe you should get the cross flow 80mm fans as well. It has much clearance for the cpu cooler and graphics card as well, so if you're gaming you can do that with this case as well.

Cons: If you are using any dvd drive or anything in the 5.25 bay, good luck on cable management. There are absolutely no cable management hooks to tie cables to. The cables become so tight that molex adapter touched my motherboard. Luckily didn't kill it. I ended up having to remove my DVD drive to use the space for cable management.

Second, the screws. They shred SO EASILY. Be extremely careful when tightening these as so far 6 of the screws in my case have shredded after opening the case twice to attempt to redo the cable management.

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Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
Verified Owner
5/ 5
Great Small Case 2/24/2019 8:41:51 PM

Pros: -Small
-Looks nice
-Fairly painless build (I get a bit OCD with cable management)
-Fairly good thermals with an Intel Core i3 8100 (with Noctual NH-L9i) and fanless EVGA Nvidia GT 1030 (GDDR5) installed

Cons: -I would have preferred this case to use SFX power supplies instead of ATX, but this is a nitpick (their adapter works great, but it cost me another $10)
-Using a 140mm front intake fan causes some issues (only 3 mounting points, blocks part of the 2.5" SSD tray, blocks part of the GPU installation area), but none of these are present when using a 120mm fan
-The outside of the front panel is glossy plastic, and I would have preferred this to be matte (more of a nitpick)
-The ventilation areas in the sides and top of the case don't have dust filters

Overall Review: This case was about $50 at the time of purchase. It's a pretty good deal at that price point. I would have gladly paid $10-$20 more if this case had a better quality front panel and built-in dust filters, but I can't complain too much for a $50 case.

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Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
Verified Owner
4/ 5
In a sea of cube-style cases, this one really stands out 6/1/2018 2:54:29 PM

Pros: - So much space for components in such a tiny case
- Good instructions - and make sure you read them before you begin. It will save you some time and aggravation.
- Fits a full-size graphics card, a 120 mm AIO liquid CPU cooler, full-size ATX power supply, and still has room for cables
- Cooling. Lots of vents everywhere. I pass stress tests with ease.
- Smaller and more compact than many other cases in this category.
- Looks very nice - like it's dressed-up for the prom. Will morph well into a living room, den, or office.

Cons: Hard disk caddy not well thought out, especially for mini-graphics cards. Seriously, though, this is my biggest complaint and the reason I made this a 4-star rating vs. a 5-star. The caddy straddles across the top/front of the case, above the fan, graphics car, or AIO if you have one. That's not the problem, though - the location is smart for the case. The problem is that the caddy has rolled edges (I assume for cable management) that run along the side, and make plugging the PCI-E power connector to a mini graphics card near impossible. I had to dremel a section out to get the card (a Gigabyte GTX 1070 mini) to plug-in properly without the caddy forcing pressure down on the power plug.

With mini-graphics cards so popular, and ideal for a case like this, Silverstone should have thought of this as part of their design work.

Also, no thumbscrews for the top of the case. I realize they're trying to save money and all, but with all the cases they make, I would think screws like that would be available for just about anything they make.

Overall Review: I looked at quite a few different cube-style cases before I purchased this, and despite my complaints regarding mini-graphics cards, I highly recommend this for HTPC or anywhere you need a small case with maximum-performance components.

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Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
Verified Owner
4/ 5
Solid compact case, Crazy 2.5" Drive capacity 2/1/2018 5:44:30 AM

Pros: -Huge fan to cool HDD's
-Use any ATX power supply
-Includes some cable management clips and ties
-Crazy drive space, holds 12x 2.5", or 9 x 2.5 with 3 x 3.5 !
-Solid build no flex in the case.

Cons: -Not enough space between the 3.5" drive cage and the 2.5" drive cage. With 3.5 fully loaded the sata power is pressing against the the 2.5" drives. You have to wedge the arm into place but its fine once in place. (using 90 degree power connectors, If you dont have right angle power it will not fit)

Overall Review: -If the 5.25 included a 3.5 adapter would be perfect.

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