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Silverstone Sugo SG01 Is Stylish Flexibility, Cubed

Test Setup

We didn't need to look for any special hardware for this mini PC. Instead, we were able simply to install a standard microATX motherboard, namely the ASUS P4P800-VM. The board was then equipped with two sticks of DDR400 RAM, a suitable CPU complete with cooler, and a normal ATX power supply. Connecting the front-mounted ports proved to be especially easy, thanks to the long cables. The labeling is exemplary and the cable length of over 2' (60 cm) is more than adequate.

Straightforward installation of the motherboard

Test Equipment

MotherboardAsus P4P800-VM-EAY, i865G
CPUIntel Pentium 4, 3.4 GHz, FC-PGA 478
CPU CoolerIntel Boxed Cooler for Socket 478
MemoryTwinmos 2 x 512 MB, DDR-400
Hard DriveHitachi HDS722516VLSA80, 160 GB, SATA
Optical DrivePioneer DVD-117
Power SupplyMGE PS-500, 500 Watt
Front Mounted DisplaySoundgraph iMon-VDF

More space than any SFF PC

Power supply with a 120 mm fan

Very long cables