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Silverstone Tek SG05B-USB3.0 Mini-ITX/DTX Motherboard Plastic Front Panel Case with 2X USB3.0 Front Ports Cases (Black)
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- Ample space for CPU cooling (82mm in height)
- Elevated standoff for motherboard back side components
- Unprecedented 120mm fan in mini casing for positive pressure cooling
- Support 2.5-Inch and 3.5-Inch hard drives
- Mini - DTX / Mini - ITX motherboard & SFX PSU compatible
- 80 Plus certified SFX 300W power supply included
- Standard - length expansion cards support (10 inches)
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|Dimensions||15 inches x 12 inches x 10 inches||10 inches x 14 inches x 12 inches||8.2 inches x 15.7 inches x 9.4 inches||6 inches x 16 inches x 11 inches|
|Item Weight||9.1 pounds||Information not provided||7 pounds||6 pounds|
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All components are running at acceptable temperatures even under load. my GPU doesn't go over 75C while playing even the heaviest games and the CPU stays at about 60-65C.
Unlike bigger ATX cases, with SFF cases like this, you will have to be smart about your components and placement. There are positions on the side panel for 3 fans. Due to the more limited airflow of this case, due to its size, I recommend getting a blower-style GPU so it can throw the hot air out of the case, as opposed to twin fan designs like the ACX, Strix or TwinFrorz, which, while they do cool your card very well, will throw hot air back into your case, causing your other components to heat up. I suggest using the side panel fans as intakes, the rear 120mm as an exhaust and depending on your configuration, set the top 180mm fan as a intake or exhaust. You'll have to test to see what is best for your scenario.
You'll have to be smart about cable routing, as most PSUs and their cables are meant for larger cases. I used the empty space behind the PSU and wired a sort of wire loom back there.
All the dust filters were easy to remove and clean. They just snap off and snap back in.Read more ›
This is a great case for an ITX build. Small enough to take advantage of the space advantages ITX offers, but large enough to fit a powerful graphics card. Having done it, I don't see a need to go for something bigger unless you want to do surround gaming (which usually requires 2 graphics cards).
1. Smallest graphics card supporting ITX case I could find.
2. Generally a pleasure to work with, as much pleasure as you can get doing an ITX build.
3. Fits graphics cards up to 10". I have an EVGA GTX 670 card in there. Of course it wasn't very easy getting it in, especially with the cooler attached to the motherboard. So I had to put the card in first, tie it to the top left corner of the case and then put the motherboard in and screw it with a long screw driver, and then finally mount the graphics card. But no mods needed and its not too bad once you figure it out.
4. Very acceptable temps even at max load.
5. With the right cooler, you can fit both a 2.5 inch SSD and 3.5 inch HDD. Both the drive trays are removable for better airflow if you decide not to use them.
6. Very clean front with 2 USB3 ports.
1. There are some build quality issues:
- The optical drive tray in mine did not line up easily and needed some unnecessary pressure pushing it against the chassis before I could screw it in.
- The optical drive seems fine, but it doesn't sit centered in the front panel, its slightly lower on one side.
- After finishing the build and placing the rubber case feet, I found that one of them was 3mm off the ground, meaning there was a slight warp to the case.Read more ›
The case has some unique design features. The power supply is up in the front of the case, which makes cable management easier. The HDD and SDD drives are installed behind the motherboard panel. Also, the only internal optical drives that will work are the slot-loading Silverstone SOB02 and SOD02B.
Airflow with the stock fans is alright, though if your GPU has a cooler on it that blows air into the case and not out the back slot, I would opt for adding fans, which is a simple process. All fans that are intake have filters which are easily popped off and cleaned.
If I had to nit-pick one thing about this case, it is that the internal power supply cable is too long. What am I talking about you say? Like I said earlier, the power supply is installed in the front of the SG10 instead of the rear like most cases. This means that a cable has to be run from the power supply to the back of the case where you normally would plug your power cord in. This interior cable is a few inches too long, and it is thick so its a bit tough to hide.
Speaking of the power supply, it is best to use a fully modular Silverstone brand power supply, as Silverstone sells a short cable set (PP05) which is absolutely necessary for this case. This case is so small that it is nearly impossible to hide cables unless you use the short cable set.
In all, the SG10 impressed me and it will impress you too.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Like the case. Good size for a shelf. As others have found however, there is not enough room for the USB 3.0 cable to plug into the mother board. Read morePublished 19 days ago by DMann
great little case. stylish and sturdy build. Just be careful what components you put in it because of the limited space.Published 1 month ago by Hungry E.
can't believe I wasted so much time with so many other cases. for someone that needed to pack a powerful punch within the confines of a carry on this was it!Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Size is nice.Had to modify the case some (bang, bang) to screw in the EVGA 600W bronze PSU. I could not fit 2 different models of ssds into their tray. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sammichman
A real challenge. Used a Asus pro game ITX , EVGA 650 watt with removable cables. You really dont need more then 450 but wire management is extremely important. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
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She runs like an absolute dream and the case fits all components well. Read more