Thanks to the advances of modern design, a properly arranged case can reclaim previously unused space and covert the savings into reducing the exterior size. SilverStone suggests that only cases smaller than 23 liters can be qualified for being called “SFF” computers. A typical mid-tower case such as the standard ATX form factor is 45 liters, so a SFF PC is half the size of a normal PC. Delivering the greatest performance in smallest size possible is where SilverStone's spirit lies in its creation of the Sugo series.
Key factors for SilverStone Sugo:
Picture I. Volume comparison
Picture II. Airflow comparison diagram
|Picture III. For example：|
|SG01 supports both CrossFire and SLI configurations (with a suitable motherboard).|
Features of SG03:
To SG03, a Micro-ATX motherboard and a standard ATX power supply unit (PSU) are the basic components, because SG03 has the following advantages:
Micro-ATX MB ATX PSU
|(1)||High expandability: SG03's optional components are based on standard specs. Standard ATX PSU, standard Micro-ATX motherboard, 5.25" optical disc drive, 3.5" hard drive, high-end graphics card and original CPU cooler. Standard specs make it possible to upgrade and allow for wider component selection.
|(2)||Micro-ATX motherboard: Disparity between Micro-ATX and ATX is closing up in performance, 4 expansion slots are more than enough for many future upgrades.
|(3)||Much smaller than ATX chassis: SG03's more compact and efficient space planning, at a mere 22.5L still retains excellent thermal performance and low noise.
|(4)||Reliable and stable power source: Standard ATX PSU is more powerful and most refined of any power supply specs. It is also easier to replace or upgrade due to its wide availability. You will never have to worry about finding a power supply that is suitable for your system again!|