SilverStone Sugo SG03 SFF
Written by Michael Larabel in Enclosures on 21 April 2007. Page 3 of 6. Add A Comment

Now moving onto opening the chassis, the item that caught our attention immediately was the aluminum brace running across the SG03. This brace offers stabilization for the case but also provides support for the power supply and is home to the external 3.5" drive bay mount if using a floppy disk drive or card reader. At the top of the case is the single 5.25" drive bay while much of the front area remains bare to offer the needed ventilation for the one or two 120mm fans. Extending from the left and right flaps on the inside are the front panel power connections along with the Firewire, HD audio, and USB 2.0 cables. At the bottom of the case we then see the two 3.5" hard drive bays. These bays are built into the bottom of the case (the bottom of the case is secured in two parts using four screws). Once removing these bays, using the included plastic rails you can install any 3.5" hard drive. With this design SilverStone was drastically able to cut down on space.

Once removing everything from the case you're left with this:

...and the pile of the parts.

Below are two images comparing the SG01W to the SG03 when it comes to its height and depth.


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