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SilverStone SG05BB-450 ALL Black Plastic/SECC Mini-ITX Computer Case with SFX 450W 80+ Bronze Certified/Single +12V rail Power Supply (Black)

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  • All black painting inside with stylish look
  • Standard-length expansion cards support (9 inches)
  • Elevated standoff for motherboard back side components
  • 80 Plus Bronze certified SFX 450W power supply included
  • 120mm fan with golf blades for superior quietness and performance
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  • Brand Name: SilverStone Technology
  • Model Number: SG05BB-450

Product Description

Designed for use with Mini-DTX and Mini-ITX motherboards, the SG05 is the smallest Sugo yet, this SG05BB-450 version compared with other SUGO case at around 23 liters in volume, the SG05 at 10.8 liters is less than half the size! However, in keeping with the spirit of its Sugo name, the case is capable of swallowing many standard components while keeping everything cooled. For the first time in a case of this size class, the SG05 is equipped with a low speed 120mm fan that is mounted to create positive air pressure, ensuring good balance of cooling and quietness. Other notable features include the ability to accept 9 inch long graphics card, room for thicker 2.5 inch hard drives such as Western Digital’s VelociRaptor™, full-height for retail boxed CPU coolers, and an 80 PLUS Bronze certified SFX 450W power supply. For building a fast PC in the smallest possible form factor, the SG05 is without peers.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 12 x 10 x 15 inches
Item Weight 9.4 pounds
Shipping Weight 9.4 pounds
ASIN B0047CQ1C8
Item model number SG05BB-450
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4.0 out of 5 stars 16 customer reviews

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Best Sellers Rank #1,694 in Electronics > Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Computer Cases
Date first available at Amazon.com October 7, 2010

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First, the only real con I see, as another reviewer pointed out, is the sheet metal bows in and out when you press on it. This doesn't bother me as I plan to put a handle on top of the case.

Now the good part:
- It's small.
- It's quiet. Stock fan is one speed, 3-pin, and ~1000 RPM)
- Great design.
- Things fit and line up as they should.
- PSU has given me no problems.

Probably overkill, but for mine, I used an Intel i7 CPU on a Asrock z68 motherboard.

A Corsair H60 liquid cooler with radiator (purchased separately) keeps it chilly and does fit *if you mount the fan outside and the radiator inside the case (where the stock fan goes). Add a wire fan guard and it actually looks pretty sweet and retro. It's extremely quiet and I've not seen it above 32C with the fan at the lowest speed. You will need four easy to find 6-32 x 3" screws to mount the H60 cooler if you choose to go this route.

I will definitely be buying another one of these as soon as I can come up with an excuse for another PC!
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My pico psu died, so instead going with the car pc case and pico psu I was using, I decided to stepup to a case with a power supply that will support some upgrades. Will eventually upgrade the mobo and add in a new video card.

So about this case, I can hear it from across the room, and that's sad. I might replace the fan. My previous nocturnal fan was dead quiet. The HDD LED was DOA from the factory. I even tried reversing the leads just in case it was soldered in backwards, but nope. It's dead. Looses a star.....

All-in-all: Nice well built case, but there's a few of things I would have designed differently. There is enough volume inside the box for 4 whole laptop drives or ssd's but there aren't that many brackets. I think optical drives are history now with the advent of Steam, Netfix, Hulu and Amazon, and would rather see more internal storage vs. an optical drive.
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I love this litle thing! It is more than adequite for a SFF gaming rig if you keep in mind the power requirements and case limitations. You will have to use a shorter video card in most cases and you will only be able to support a slimline CD and 3 SSDs at maximum. I run this with dual Intel SSDs and a Slimline DVD and a GTX 460. Its a beast! The only complaint I have is the fan filter gets a bit dirty more often that I would like, but in a way thats a good thing! Its easy to clean. I will recommend that you PLAN YOUR INSTALL properly. This thing takes quite a bit of patience. I had to take almost 2 hours to get it all done properly and I've been assembling PCs for over 10 years. Its well worth it once done though!
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By Sukmin Choi on October 10, 2011
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The biggest challenge was finding a effecient and low profile the cpu fan.
Installed the Zalman. It has about 2 cm gap between power box fan and the cpu fan. The two fans pull air away from each other. At higher CPM fan speed. I can feel the reduction of the air coming out from the Power box. I'm running at the lowest CPU fan speed. 95watt cpu temperature runs at 34~44c.

Con: The HDD status and power LEDs are too bright.why why why

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Purchased two of the SG05 cases for a small project on VMware for work. Outfit the unit with a mini-itx board (Intel DQ67EP) and 16GB of memory with a i3-2120T CPU. works very well. I even boot off a 8GB USB key.

The case is built well. Power supply is enough for what I need to do. stock 120mm cooler is adequate to have a passive heatsink on my CPUs.
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By Mark on August 6, 2012
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As others have noted, the button seems somewhat cheap. Mine hasn't had any problems with jamming yet, but I can see what people are describing. The rest of the case is built nicely and fits all my other hardware.

My build:
Intel i3-2120 3.3ghz
Biostar TH61 ITX motherboard
Corsair H60 Liquid Cooler
MSI Radeon 7770
8GB Corsair XMS3
128GB Intel SSD

Everything fit nicely and the case feels solid. I was hoping amazon would have the bitfenix prodigy, but this will do. Great little case!
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By Chris on November 28, 2011
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I am using this case with an i3-2105 using the integrated graphics, so I am not pushing the 450w PS. I like the flexibility that the larger PS gives me to upgrade my CPU and install a graphics card if I decide to make this a gaming machine. For now it functions quite well as my HTPC. There are many cheaper ITX cases, but I believe this case is worth the premium price.

Of course things are a bit tight when building an ITX system, but that is expected. I would have liked a full size optical drive, but I understand a SFF case requires some compromise. The power LED is very bright when watching TV in a dark room - I used a sharpie to dim the light but still leave it visible.
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