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SilverStone SST-SG13B - Sugo Mini-ITX Compact Computer Cube Case £39.95 @ Amazon
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SilverStone SST-SG13B - Sugo Mini-ITX Compact Computer Cube Case £39.95 @ Amazon

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SilverStone SST-SG13B - Sugo Mini-ITX Compact Computer Cube Case £39.95 @ Amazon
Posted 22nd Jul 2020

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  • Support standard-length expansion cards (10.5 inches)

  • Mini-DTX / Mini-ITX motherboard & ATX PSU compatible

  • Support 120mm or 140mm single fan All-in-One Liquid Cooler

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Nice little case. Used to have one. Not a lot of space to work in but its got a small footprint. Can get a decent length GPU in there.
Great price, i ended up going with the Node 304 due too the added HDD capacity
Also consider the kolink satellite at £31

currys.co.uk/gbu…BwE

The PSU not being above the CPU will help a bit better with temps if not using an AIO.
jacksonliam22/07/2020 22:02

Also consider the kolink satellite at £31 …Also consider the kolink satellite at £31 https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/computing-accessories/components-upgrades/tower-cases/kolink-satellite-microatx-cube-pc-case-10185985-pdt.html?istCompanyId=bec25c7e-cbcd-460d-81d5-a25372d2e3d7&istFeedId=4d7eb93e-055f-499d-8ee5-1cdcc50d67d1&istItemId=wlqalitpw&istBid=tztx&srcid=198&cmpid=ppc~gg~2060+(PLA)+SBRE+PC+COMPONENTS+SBRE~2060+(PLA)+SBRE+PC+COMPONENTS+SBRE+ad+group~Exact&mctag=gg_goog_7904&kwid=GOOGLE&device=m&ds_kids=92700055620841338&tgtid=2060+(PLA)+SBRE+PC+COMPONENTS+SBRE&gclsrc=aw.ds&&&gclid=CjwKCAjwx9_4BRAHEiwApAt0zgpmak9S-YYYbyuMFAkj4-M0U_zO1Fxtpn00GDkXcmAPuW85dODVMxoC9BIQAvD_BwEThe PSU not being above the CPU will help a bit better with temps if not using an AIO.


Nice but looks a bit of a dust magnet...
BluesFanUK22/07/2020 21:43

Great price, i ended up going with the Node 304 due too the added HDD …Great price, i ended up going with the Node 304 due too the added HDD capacity


Yes it really is amazing. It’s all about SFF these days.
I want one that will house a micro atx. Don't really want to pay upwards of £30 though
ATX PSU compatible? I would imagine from the look of this thing that they'd be similar sizes lol. Do you mean compatible in that it would just be two boxes stacked on top of each other?
jacksonliam22/07/2020 22:02

Also consider the kolink satellite at £31 …Also consider the kolink satellite at £31 https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/computing-accessories/components-upgrades/tower-cases/kolink-satellite-microatx-cube-pc-case-10185985-pdt.html?istCompanyId=bec25c7e-cbcd-460d-81d5-a25372d2e3d7&istFeedId=4d7eb93e-055f-499d-8ee5-1cdcc50d67d1&istItemId=wlqalitpw&istBid=tztx&srcid=198&cmpid=ppc~gg~2060+(PLA)+SBRE+PC+COMPONENTS+SBRE~2060+(PLA)+SBRE+PC+COMPONENTS+SBRE+ad+group~Exact&mctag=gg_goog_7904&kwid=GOOGLE&device=m&ds_kids=92700055620841338&tgtid=2060+(PLA)+SBRE+PC+COMPONENTS+SBRE&gclsrc=aw.ds&&&gclid=CjwKCAjwx9_4BRAHEiwApAt0zgpmak9S-YYYbyuMFAkj4-M0U_zO1Fxtpn00GDkXcmAPuW85dODVMxoC9BIQAvD_BwEThe PSU not being above the CPU will help a bit better with temps if not using an AIO.


Be aware that despite what the Currys description says (taken from Kolink's site), that case doesn't really take mATX boards. Or at least not any mATX boards which actually exist:
Motherboard Support:
Micro-ATX (Up to 22.6cm x 18cm)/Mini-ITX
dopeman23/07/2020 00:52

ATX PSU compatible? I would imagine from the look of this thing that …ATX PSU compatible? I would imagine from the look of this thing that they'd be similar sizes lol. Do you mean compatible in that it would just be two boxes stacked on top of each other?


Can't help but think that a lot ITX cases which can take ATX power supplies miss a trick by not also allowing SFX. If they came with the appropriate adaptor it would allow those who want to spend extra on SFX to have more space. In this case the SFS could align to the top and leave more space for CPU cooler height and potentially even more drive bays.
SFX is about 0.8 litres and ATX is about 1.8 litres (for 140mm depth). In a 12 litre case, every litre counts so having the option would be nice.
Gkains23/07/2020 08:35

Be aware that despite what the Currys description says (taken from …Be aware that despite what the Currys description says (taken from Kolink's site), that case doesn't really take mATX boards. Or at least not any mATX boards which actually exist:Motherboard Support:Micro-ATX (Up to 22.6cm x 18cm)/Mini-ITX


Yeah true the kolink is a little more flexible than this Silverstone as you can fit small matx boards in it.

The MSI A320M Pro (not the MAX or M2 versions) and Biostar A320M are two options for Ryzen. But if you want a higher spec board you'll have to go ITX.

I believe there are a couple of options across the last few Intel sockets. E.g. MSI B360m Pro-VD might fit.

But yeah triple check dimensions if you're going to put an mATX board in it. All ITX boards should be fine.

Gkains23/07/2020 08:41

Can't help but think that a lot ITX cases which can take ATX power …Can't help but think that a lot ITX cases which can take ATX power supplies miss a trick by not also allowing SFX. If they came with the appropriate adaptor it would allow those who want to spend extra on SFX to have more space. In this case the SFS could align to the top and leave more space for CPU cooler height and potentially even more drive bays.SFX is about 0.8 litres and ATX is about 1.8 litres (for 140mm depth). In a 12 litre case, every litre counts so having the option would be nice.


Theres a lot of SFX only cases so I think it's nice to have options.
You can get/make a cheap adapter plate for a couple of quid anyway. I think the kolink has SFX holes so I don't believe you'd need an adaptor plate, but haven't tried it with SFX.
jacksonliam23/07/2020 09:30

You can get/make a cheap adapter plate for a couple of quid anyway. I …You can get/make a cheap adapter plate for a couple of quid anyway. I think the kolink has SFX holes so I don't believe you'd need an adaptor plate, but haven't tried it with SFX.


Yes, when first though of this idea a looked on ebay for adapters but AFAIR the one I saw was the wrong way up for the case I looked at (Jonsbo C2) and would have left a gap between the side panel and power supply where'd I'd really need it on the other side. The Silverstone adapter on ebay would suit this case nicely though:
41467403-OkbCP.jpggiving an extra circa 20mm of space for CPU coolers (nice markup though at £15 or so compared the full case).
Gkains23/07/2020 10:10

Yes, when first though of this idea a looked on ebay for adapters but …Yes, when first though of this idea a looked on ebay for adapters but AFAIR the one I saw was the wrong way up for the case I looked at (Jonsbo C2) and would have left a gap between the side panel and power supply where'd I'd really need it on the other side. The Silverstone adapter on ebay would suit this case nicely though:[Image] giving an extra circa 20mm of space for CPU coolers (nice markup though at £15 or so compared the full case).


I use this case with this adapter. Works a treat.
Gkains23/07/2020 08:41

Can't help but think that a lot ITX cases which can take ATX power …Can't help but think that a lot ITX cases which can take ATX power supplies miss a trick by not also allowing SFX. If they came with the appropriate adaptor it would allow those who want to spend extra on SFX to have more space. In this case the SFS could align to the top and leave more space for CPU cooler height and potentially even more drive bays.SFX is about 0.8 litres and ATX is about 1.8 litres (for 140mm depth). In a 12 litre case, every litre counts so having the option would be nice.


Or those who want to fit SFX could buy an adapter seperately, rather than everyone who buys the case needing to pay for the bracket?
Gkains23/07/2020 10:10

Yes, when first though of this idea a looked on ebay for adapters but …Yes, when first though of this idea a looked on ebay for adapters but AFAIR the one I saw was the wrong way up for the case I looked at (Jonsbo C2) and would have left a gap between the side panel and power supply where'd I'd really need it on the other side. The Silverstone adapter on ebay would suit this case nicely though:[Image] giving an extra circa 20mm of space for CPU coolers (nice markup though at £15 or so compared the full case).


The Jonsbo looks like a nice case, if not quite SFF!

That adapter is £7 on Amazon,

Or a generic one for ~£3 aliexpress.com/ite…03_
Which as you said will be wasting a bit of the space, but will do the job

I think maybe they are designed so you can have the PSU fan facing the case wall, so it doesn't interrupt the airflow of whatever is below it (usually CPU cooler) so much!
jacksonliam23/07/2020 11:37

The Jonsbo looks like a nice case, if not quite SFF!That adapter is £7 on …The Jonsbo looks like a nice case, if not quite SFF!That adapter is £7 on Amazon, Or a generic one for ~£3 https://www.aliexpress.com/item/4000249905578.html?spm=a2g0o.productlist.0.0.1952456atvedmG&algo_pvid=cae86d0a-1bec-42f7-ae8b-3387de224464&algo_expid=cae86d0a-1bec-42f7-ae8b-3387de224464-2&btsid=0b0a119a15954995017298404e2b4f&ws_ab_test=searchweb0_0,searchweb201602_,searchweb201603_ Which as you said will be wasting a bit of the space, but will do the jobI think maybe they are designed so you can have the PSU fan facing the case wall, so it doesn't interrupt the airflow of whatever is below it (usually CPU cooler) so much!



The Jonsbp C2 is 12 litres but 220mm max GPU. They also do a bigger one (V4?) around 20 litres which takes longer GPUs.

Guess it all a matter of choice. My main reason for preferring mATX is the 4 DIMMs just in case, although with 32GB DIMMs even ITX could be build with 64GB - although I'd probably get 2 x 16GB and mATX would allow me to eventually get another two.

Still anything is better than my current 50+ litre case even if I like its fan controller (AeroCool DS200) as it has 0/1/2/3 settings and most fan controllers can't turn off the case fans.

Cheap generic adapter from the far east? Might buy one just in case...
Isn't this just RRP? Got it for the same price off Amazon 4 years ago...
Ian_Callaghan23/07/2020 19:53

Isn't this just RRP? Got it for the same price off Amazon 4 years ago...


Could well be. It's spent a lot of time in the £40s and £50s over the past 5 years though so nice to see it back here
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