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SilverStone SST-SG13B-Q - Sugo Mini-ITX Compact Computer Case - £24.98 @ Amazon
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Seems like a fairly compact budget ITX case with ATX PSU support.

Usually closer to £40.

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I had this case in white. Lovely and small but definitely get a modular psu
Very nice small case, if only itx motherboards warent so pricy.

Any small footprint full atx pc cases out there? I would love to rehouse my pc into something smaller
Kinio23/01/2020 13:42

Very nice small case, if only itx motherboards warent so pricy.Any small …Very nice small case, if only itx motherboards warent so pricy.Any small footprint full atx pc cases out there? I would love to rehouse my pc into something smaller


silverstone DG09 i think
After owning the cooler master elite 120 and 130 case its really put me off small form factor cases.
Superb case, used it for many builds. Makes a great gaming PC as you can use full length graphics cards and a 120mm All In One water cooler for the CPU.
I'd advise using an M.2 storage device or one 2.5" drive on the floor of the case.
Great price!
Kinio23/01/2020 13:42

Very nice small case, if only itx motherboards warent so pricy.Any small …Very nice small case, if only itx motherboards warent so pricy.Any small footprint full atx pc cases out there? I would love to rehouse my pc into something smaller


Fractal Meshify C. Smallest ATX case you an get.
mreriksen23/01/2020 15:06

Fractal Meshify C. Smallest ATX case you an get.

Almost 37 litres? That isn't even close to the smallest.

SFFtime P-ATX - 9.38 litres
Streacom FC5 Alpha - 13.88 litres
Streacom FC10 Alpha - 13.88 litres
Sliger Cerberus X - 19.43 litres
Jonsbo RM2 - 21.52 litres
Mechanic Master C34 - 22 litres
Chimera CX2 - 23.17 litres
Thermaltake Core G3 - 23.58 Litres
Raijintek Thetis - 27.67 lires
Jonsbo U4 - 29.83 litres

List taken from r/sffpc.

The Meshify C is fairly compact for a mainstream ATX case though.
Edited by: "satchef1" 23rd Jan
Im torn now between this and the Thermaltake Core v1. Current case is the Core v2 and I want to downsize.

Saw Linus's build in this and it looked great, and exactly what I was after.

One thing that has always put me off is the PSU on the top though, Core has it sectioned off underneath with cables. Alwys feel like the PSU hanging like this is gonna cause issues at some point just being held in by 4 screws and a SF mounting bracket
IAmTheDude23/01/2020 15:09

Im torn now between this and the Thermaltake Core v1. Current case is the …Im torn now between this and the Thermaltake Core v1. Current case is the Core v2 and I want to downsize.Saw Linus's build in this and it looked great, and exactly what I was after.One thing that has always put me off is the PSU on the top though, Core has it sectioned off underneath with cables. Alwys feel like the PSU hanging like this is gonna cause issues at some point just being held in by 4 screws and a SF mounting bracket


Psu located on top should not be a problem, in old days most computer cases had psu top mounted. I had some beefe psu 860W in my old build and I had no issues at all, in my old case there was no extra support for psu so only 4 screws where holding it in place
IAmTheDude23/01/2020 15:09

Im torn now between this and the Thermaltake Core v1. Current case is the …Im torn now between this and the Thermaltake Core v1. Current case is the Core v2 and I want to downsize.Saw Linus's build in this and it looked great, and exactly what I was after.One thing that has always put me off is the PSU on the top though, Core has it sectioned off underneath with cables. Alwys feel like the PSU hanging like this is gonna cause issues at some point just being held in by 4 screws and a SF mounting bracket


The SG13 could do with a refresh TBH. The Lazer3D LZ7 XTD is similar dimensions, but houses the PSU at the front. Works a lot better.

But as above, there's nothing unusual about a PSU being held up by four screws. Until fairly recently, it was the norm.
satchef123/01/2020 15:18

The SG13 could do with a refresh TBH. The Lazer3D LZ7 XTD is similar …The SG13 could do with a refresh TBH. The Lazer3D LZ7 XTD is similar dimensions, but houses the PSU at the front. Works a lot better.But as above, there's nothing unusual about a PSU being held up by four screws. Until fairly recently, it was the norm.


It's six times as expensive as this case, you'd expect it to be better.
IAmTheDude23/01/2020 15:09

Im torn now between this and the Thermaltake Core v1. Current case is the …Im torn now between this and the Thermaltake Core v1. Current case is the Core v2 and I want to downsize.Saw Linus's build in this and it looked great, and exactly what I was after.One thing that has always put me off is the PSU on the top though, Core has it sectioned off underneath with cables. Alwys feel like the PSU hanging like this is gonna cause issues at some point just being held in by 4 screws and a SF mounting bracket



PSU held by 4 screws and maybe a bit of metal at the top was the standard for a long time, it will be fine.
satchef123/01/2020 15:07

Almost 37 litres? That isn't even close to the smallest.SFFtime P-ATX - …Almost 37 litres? That isn't even close to the smallest.SFFtime P-ATX - 9.38 litresStreacom FC5 Alpha - 13.88 litresStreacom FC10 Alpha - 13.88 litresSliger Cerberus X - 19.43 litresJonsbo RM2 - 21.52 litresMechanic Master C34 - 22 litresChimera CX2 - 23.17 litresThermaltake Core G3 - 23.58 LitresRaijintek Thetis - 27.67 liresJonsbo U4 - 29.83 litresList taken from r/sffpc.The Meshify C is fairly compact for a mainstream ATX case though.


Hahaha
Try fitting Noctua D15 in one of these cases!!!!
All of these require special power supplies, coolers etc to make it work. I did my research and it is one of the smallest ATX cases you can fit full size components.
Joshimitsu9123/01/2020 16:01

PSU held by 4 screws and maybe a bit of metal at the top was the standard …PSU held by 4 screws and maybe a bit of metal at the top was the standard for a long time, it will be fine.


Cool, last PC I built was 15yrs ago had PSU on bottom (servers and laptops since) so well out of touch with things

Just built a new one over xmas in the Core v2 I was given but it was a bit bigger than I wanted.

For £25 I might bite and see how it goes!

I've been following all the niche SFF like the DanA4 and the Sky summut etc for a while but they are just too much cash for me at the moment even how nice they are
Doesn’t Linus Tech use this case I think he said he really likes it
Ah just seen this hasnt got the mesh front for airflow, I was looking at the other one. Might pass as I wanted a front facing AIO in mine
ollie8723/01/2020 15:25

It's six times as expensive as this case, you'd expect it to be better.


I don't think price is the reason TBH. A different mounting position and a power cord extension wouldn't add much cost.

By sticking the PSU at the front, you lose ATX PSU and 3.5" drive support. For the XTD, this won't have been much of a consideration. It launched last year, to a market where SFX PSUs go up to 800W Titanium, 1TB SSDs are comfortably under £100, and 2.5" HDDs carry a small premium over 3.5" drives. But back in 2015 (SG13 launch) it would have been a bigger issue. SFX PSUs weren't anywhere near as good, SSDs were expensive, and 2.5" HDDs came at a much larger premium.

Moving the PSU to the front is a common SG13 mod. It opens up support for larger CPU coolers like the Noctua U9S, D9L and C14S. If Silverstone ever do a V2, it would be a sensible move.

mreriksen23/01/2020 16:13

HahahaTry fitting Noctua D15 in one of these cases!!!!All of these require …HahahaTry fitting Noctua D15 in one of these cases!!!!All of these require special power supplies, coolers etc to make it work. I did my research and it is one of the smallest ATX cases you can fit full size components.



Four of them have space for a D15...
Edited by: "satchef1" 23rd Jan
darynq23/01/2020 13:41

I had this case in white. Lovely and small but definitely get a modular psu


A small form factor Modular PSU would be better.
shinken1723/01/2020 14:50

Superb case, used it for many builds. Makes a great gaming PC as you can …Superb case, used it for many builds. Makes a great gaming PC as you can use full length graphics cards and a 120mm All In One water cooler for the CPU.I'd advise using an M.2 storage device or one 2.5" drive on the floor of the case.Great price!


Very much doubt you could use any full length graphics card in this so best check.
I have the SilverStone SST-SG11B which is physically bigger than this and had to cut some metalwork out and remove the vertical hdd caddies to get my full size 1070 to fit and even then it was tight.
Bad.Actor23/01/2020 18:45

Very much doubt you could use any full length graphics card in this so …Very much doubt you could use any full length graphics card in this so best check. I have the SilverStone SST-SG11B which is physically bigger than this and had to cut some metalwork out and remove the vertical hdd caddies to get my full size 1070 to fit and even then it was tight.


I own this case and have had a 9.5" length GPU in there and it just about fitted.
aceshigh23/01/2020 19:00

I own this case and have had a 9.5" length GPU in there and it just about …I own this case and have had a 9.5" length GPU in there and it just about fitted.


My card is an MSI Gaming Z so around 11" long hence the tight fit.

Your case, you mean the case I have or the one in this deal?
aceshigh23/01/2020 19:00

I own this case and have had a 9.5" length GPU in there and it just about …I own this case and have had a 9.5" length GPU in there and it just about fitted.


The case in the deal
Bad.Actor23/01/2020 18:45

Very much doubt you could use any full length graphics card in this so …Very much doubt you could use any full length graphics card in this so best check. I have the SilverStone SST-SG11B which is physically bigger than this and had to cut some metalwork out and remove the vertical hdd caddies to get my full size 1070 to fit and even then it was tight.


It’s great and can fit cards over 10” eg the EVGA SC2. The internal frame has a cut out so the card can extend into the front cover
Edited by: "shinken17" 23rd Jan
copystuff23/01/2020 14:05

After owning the cooler master elite 120 and 130 case its really put me …After owning the cooler master elite 120 and 130 case its really put me off small form factor cases.



I've had two builds in my Elite 110, so even smaller than those two. Not for everyone but I enjoy the challenge of it and I have it set up pretty well... push-pull 120 AIO exhausting the air out through the font panel - I think that's important in these smaller cases because a lot of people have AIOs sucking the air in. Two 80mm fans fitted tightly next to my undervolted 1060 and a DIY placed 80mm feeding air into the PSU. All pretty cool and quiet. Managed to fit 4, 2.5mm drives in there as well and a m.2 on the underside of the mobo. Never had an issues with it apart from it been a ball ache when you need to work on it... God help if a job needs me to take the motherboard out, basically have to completely strip it down.
Edited by: "MadeInBeats" 23rd Jan
A small form factor Modular PSU would be better.

A small form factor PSU yes , but not modular, as the power connectors add quite a bit of length.

Its a good price tho, almost throw-away
Shame the one with the front mesh isn't on sale.
GwanGy24/01/2020 02:42

A small form factor Modular PSU would be better.A small form factor PSU …A small form factor Modular PSU would be better.A small form factor PSU yes , but not modular, as the power connectors add quite a bit of length.Its a good price tho, almost throw-away


You do want modular so that you can remove the ones you don't need, otherwise the cables are a mess inside.
Very good ITX case. I got the white one a month ago with the mesh as it will need to be airflow focused as there is only room for one fan intake. Wished I had the crystal ball as I might have coped with this!

I would advise to use an SFX psu, it will be more roomy for air and easier to build in.
Edited by: "Artonox" 24th Jan
I've built a couple of PCs with this case including my current home-office rig. I have a full length ASUS Strix GTX 970 with a full-size ATX PSU and an old Corsair H55 water AIO.

It's not a difficult build if you take your time and watch some videos beforehand. Some tricks to learn are to ensure you take off every panel (including the front) before starting, Wiring and connecting the PSU last and fitting the GPU right after you put the motherboard + CPU + cooler in. FYI, cooling in this thing is lovely; I'm not an overclocker as I mostly use my PC for work but with a i7 8700, GTX 970, NVME SSD and 750W Bronze PSU I'm never going over 75C internal temps (I got the mesh front though).

That said, I'd recommend going for something like the Corsair TX-550M for your PSU, as it is slightly smaller and easier to work with (used this for my cousin's build in this case).

I do agree that I wish they would update it at some point with some of the ideas Lazer3d have used in thir LZ7 series and I'd run out and get one straight away.
FUUUUUCKS SAAAAKES!!!!!!!!!!

I just finished my build with this last night!



Pro tip - make sure you use the correct screws for the HDD caddy, or you too might end up a crying, screaming memory of the man you once were.
the_cheef24/01/2020 09:31

I've built a couple of PCs with this case including my current home-office …I've built a couple of PCs with this case including my current home-office rig. I have a full length ASUS Strix GTX 970 with a full-size ATX PSU and an old Corsair H55 water AIO.It's not a difficult build if you take your time and watch some videos beforehand. Some tricks to learn are to ensure you take off every panel (including the front) before starting, Wiring and connecting the PSU last and fitting the GPU right after you put the motherboard + CPU + cooler in. FYI, cooling in this thing is lovely; I'm not an overclocker as I mostly use my PC for work but with a i7 8700, GTX 970, NVME SSD and 750W Bronze PSU I'm never going over 75C internal temps (I got the mesh front though).That said, I'd recommend going for something like the Corsair TX-550M for your PSU, as it is slightly smaller and easier to work with (used this for my cousin's build in this case).I do agree that I wish they would update it at some point with some of the ideas Lazer3d have used in thir LZ7 series and I'd run out and get one straight away.


Now you tell me
Kinio23/01/2020 13:42

Very nice small case, if only itx motherboards warent so pricy.Any small …Very nice small case, if only itx motherboards warent so pricy.Any small footprint full atx pc cases out there? I would love to rehouse my pc into something smaller



Are you from Norfolk?
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