SilverStone Sugo SG07 Mini-ITX Case Review
Andy Ruffell / 9 years ago
The box for the SG07 is simple, yet stylish with the SilverStone logo and slogan branded at the top left of the packaging. The box also has a clear product shot, to give you a nice view of what the product will look like. We are told that it’s part of the SUGO series and that it’s the SG07 which is the ultimate evolution of high performance Mini-ITX and the main features are listed just below this.
The side of the box gives a bit of an introduction about the Sugo SG07 and the history behind its predecessors. It explains about the design, the improvements and also about the custom 600W power supply with its 80 Plus Bronze efficiency rating and other main features. The specifications are also listed in table form explaining the materials used, colour, form factor, and also how many drive bays, expansion slots and front panel connectors the case has. Other important information in the specs table include the dimensions and information on the cooling system and just below all of this is a handy list of graphics card lengths for reference, but sadly, the box nor anywhere on the SilverStone site lists the newer graphics cards from AMD or Nvidia.
The other side of the box gives us the support email address and website too, and then in many different languages explains the main features that we also saw on the front of the box.
Included with the chassis are a few accessories that you’d expect with a product of this nature. You get the manual, two cable ties, graphics card ventilation duct with round foam insert, UK and European power cables and a bag full of screws and fixtures.