Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 3
Rated 4 out of 5 by Richard5004 Excellent Value For Money
Excellent capacity for internal hard drives - both 3.5 and 2.5 inch versions. Easy to install components and looks good - functional and smart.
21 April 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ben1983 Sugo SG11
I have bought three of these cases in total. I was struggling to find a case that was either thin enough to have two units side by side, or the right height to have one on top of another. The SG11 was just the right shape and size for me. Not so deep that I struggled with fitting it under my desk, and just wide enough and tall enough to fit one on top of the other. It's got plenty of room inside and has space for extra fans and a decent graphics card (something the narrower cases struggle with). I've been building computers for 10 years now, and in that time I've been unfortunate enough to have to build using cheap cases, and that usually ends up with a few cuts from the cheap pressed metal. The SG11 is good quality and was a joy to use.
10 September 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Jingles Very impressive small case with room for so much full sized hardware
A high quality case, with room for a surprising amount of hardware for the size. I can fit a full sized Asus GTX 770 inside with room to spare along with three HDDs, an optical drive and a few SSDs.
Plent of room for cable management if you either remove and SSD mount or don't have an optical drive.
Runs pretty cool considering how small it is - the graphics card more or less gets its own air intake from the side vents and the 2x 80mm fans are enough to cool the rest of the system.
I do have a few complaints, though:
1) The room for a 120mm fan for side intake limits your room for graphics cards and needs to be about 10mm thick and yet I couldn't find any that existed at this size and had to get a 100mm fan to mount instead.
2) If you don't have any HDDs and just have SSDs and want to remove the hard drive mount, you will have a choice of giving up side intake or having an empty HDD mount (as the fan moutns to the hard drives).
3) The rubber cover the Front IO hides the ports nicely but doesn't always lie flush.
These are fairly minor complaints though and I would still reccommend this product to anybody who wants a small, LANable case.
22 May 2015