Silverstone Set To Release SG10 M-ATX Chassis Next Month

/ 6 years ago


Silverstone are set to launch their SG10 chassis, the succesor to that fantastic SG09 which we reviewed here at eTeknix not so long ago, which you can check out here.

“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 a 7mm thick aluminum with a fine filter hidden beneath this has tremendously increased its simple and elegant appearance.” – Silverstone

“Designed as the ultimate SFF with only 23liters, the SG10 retained all of SG09’s features and still able to accommodate standard size components such as 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 machine that has uncompromised performance and is portable, the Sugo SG10 is the one to get.” – Silverstone


Special Features:

  • Support graphics cards of any length
  • Support full tower CPU coolers
  • Support Strider Plus PSUs up to 1000W
  • Mandatory cable routing design
  • Ample fan slots for maximum airflow
  • Cleanly styled aluminum front panelsg10-front

The SilverStone SG10B USB 3.0 will be available on the 10th of June with prices in the region of $129.87 (US), for more details you can check out this chassis on the Silverstone website here.


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One Response to “Silverstone Set To Release SG10 M-ATX Chassis Next Month”
  1. Wayne says:

    $129.87!!! Damn, I wonder how much it really costs to manufacture it. Certainly nowhere near the RRP.

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