SilverStone SUGO SG04-FH Case Review :: Features

11-30-2009 · Category: Hardware - Cases

By Benjamin Sun
  • Room for two 120mm cooling fans
  • Cooling capable of supporting dual CPU motherboard
  • Support dual 10.5” graphics card
  • Amazing expansion capability
  • Support 1500W power supply
  • Compatible with all optical drive up to 210mm
  • Top mounted die-cast aluminum handle

Model No.
SST-SG05B (black)
Material Plastic front panel, SECC body
Motherboard Mini-DTX, Mini-ITX
Drive Bay
External 5.25” x 1, 3.5” x 1 (compatible with 3.5” HDD)
Internal 3.5” x 2
Cooling System
Front 2 x 120mm fan, 1200rpm, 19dBA
RearOptional cross-flow fan
Expansion Slot 5
Front I/O Port
USB2.0 port x 2
Audio x 1
MIC x 1
Power Supply Optional standard PS2 (ATX)
Expansion Card Compatible with expansion card up to 10.5 inches
Net Weight 6.01kg
Dimension 200 mm (W) x417 mm (H) x 347 mm (D)

The case is made out of Aluminum for the front panel and SECC 0.8mm steel for the structure. The case measures 200x417x347mm (WxHxD) and weighs in at 6.01lb Net Weight. The special features of this case include room for two 120mm fans on the front to cool the case down. With the optional cross-flow fan in the rear, this allows dual-CPU motherboards to be used of Micro-ATX size

SilverStone SUGO SG04-FH Case Review Box


One feature we don’t see often in a SFF case is the support for dual 10.5” graphics cards. This means that the case supports long video cards like the ATI Radeon HD 5970 and NVIDIA GeForce GTX295. Assuming the motherboard supports SLI or Crossfire, this means the case can install two of the new HD 5970s for the ultimate in gaming experiences in a case barely 16 inches tall.

One key feature of this case is the ability to install five expansion slots. Most Micro-ATX motherboards only have maybe three slots for expansion, but with two dual slot video cards supported by this case, some of the motherboards with four or five slots can be installed. Going hand in hand with this is the ability of the SG04-FH case to handle Power Supplies of standard PS/2 size and up to 1500W power, providing more than enough power for the case.