SilverStone is a seasoned player in the computer case market. A heavy-hitter in the high-end range, their budget cases are few and far between. However, lately SilverStone seems to have added several specialty cases to their lineup, one of which we have here: The microATX Sugo SG-04-FH. This SFF case isn't at the top range of pricing, but it is by no means a budget enclosure. So the question here is: can SilverStone make this little SFF enclosure worth the high price of admission? We can tell you one thing about this: It sure looks like a million bucks.
|Model No.||SST-SG04B-FH (black, handle)|
|Material||Aluminum front panel, 0.8mm SECC structure|
|Motherboard||Micro ATX 10.5”(W) × 9.6”(H)|
1 5.25" External
1 3.5" External
2 3.5" Internal
Front- 2 x 120mm fan, 1200rpm, 19dBA
Back- Optional cross-flow fan
|Front I/O Ports||USB2.0 port x 2|
Audio x 1
MIC x 1
|Expansion Card||Compatible with expansion card up to 10.5 inches|
|Dimensions||200 mm (W) x417 mm (H) x 347 mm (D)|
The Sugo SG-04 is the successor to their SG-03 SFF case. This particular case is a newer revision of their original SG-04, with a few minor improvements and/or differences between the two. This newer revision has two SKUs, one with the top handle and the side vent, and one without. Obviously enough, we have the full-featured variant here.