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Silverstone Sugo 14 Review

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Silverstone’s Sugo line of cases has been a staple of the small form factor market for well over a decade, and it shows no signs of coming to an end any time soon.  The Silverstone Sugo 14 and Sugo 15 cases are the latest additions to the lineup, bringing a fresh new style to the Sugo line.  During this review, we are taking a look at the Sugo 14 to see how it stacks up to the competition.  Available in either black and white, the Sugo 14 takes the cube case layout that it inherits from previous Sugo cases and adds increased radiator support, extra space for oversized graphics cards, and a new minimalist aesthetic.  On paper, it should be a strong contender in the ITX market.  Does it live up to that promise?  Let’s dive in and find out.

Specifications

Material Steel, Plastic
Front Panel Plastic w/ Gold Colored Stripe
Side Panels Steel
Front Ports 2x USB 3.0

1x USB 2.0

1x Headset Audio

1x Reset Switch

Weight 4.89 kg / 10.78 lbs
Dimensions 247mm (W) x 215mm (H) x 368.1mm (D), 19.55 liters

9.72″ (W) x 8.46″ (H) x 14.49″ (D), 1193 cubic inches

 

Compatibility

Motherboard Compatibility Mini ITX, Mini DTX
Max Cooler Height 182mm / 7.17″ without top fan

55mm / 2.17″ (240mm AIO Waterblock)

Max Graphics Card Length 330mm / 12.99″
Max Graphics Card Width 148mm / 5.83″
Max Graphics Card Thickness 3 slot
Power Supply Type ATX
Max Power Supply Length 150mm / 5.9″
External Drive Bays 1x 5.25″ (blocks front half of multipurpose bracket)
Internal Drive Bays 2x 3.5″ (each blocks half of multipurpose bracket)

3x 2.5″

Expansion Slots 3
Total Fans Supported up to 4x 120mm fans

or

up to 3x 140mm fans

Side Fans 2x 120mm or 2x 140mm
Top Fan 1x 120mm
Rear Fan 1x 120mm or 1x 140mm
Side Radiator Support 1x 120mm / 240mm
Rear Radiator Support 1x 120mm

 

Included Accessories

Rubber Feet 4x Round Feet

4x Tall Square Feet

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Brendan Shroyer

A lover of unusual tech products and unconventional mods, Brendan loves experimenting with new parts and materials. When he isn't working on a computer, Brendan also builds guitars and works as a stage hand at the local amphitheater.

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