At Computex 2023, SilverStone unveiled a compact case from the Sugo series that can house an NVIDIA RTX 4090 or other quad-slot graphics card. Moreover, it will receive additional cooling in the form of fans located on the top and side.
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The body of the SilverStone Sugo 17 is really compact, but not small – its volume is 23.5 liters. The previous model, the Sugo 16, was relatively small at 13L, but the Sugo 15 and Sugo 14 cases held more than 19L. The company had to rethink its own definition of compact hulls (SFFs), which had to be under 23 liters, but modern components dictate their own.
The only significant limitation for building a system in Sugo 17 is the mini-ATX and micro-ATX boards. This compares favorably with its predecessors: only mini-ATX and mini-ITX were placed in the Sugo 17. It is also possible to install a compact or full-sized power supply, which further expands the choice of the assembler.
A feature of Sugo 17 is a well-thought-out cooling system. In the upper part, above the video card, you can install a radiator up to 360 mm long or three 120 mm fans. On the side, to the left of the video card, there are four 80 mm coolers that remove heat from it. Three more coolers of 120 mm can be placed at the bottom right, for blowing the motherboard and other components. The case is definitely not the quietest, but quite comfortable even for the most powerful hardware. But the RTX 4090 from Cooler Master will no longer fit in the case.
In addition to compact cases, the SilverStone range also includes conventional cases, as well as cooling systems. Computex showcased the innovative IceMyst AiO coolers and Alta F2 Super Tower chassis.
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Source: Tom’s Hardware