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SilverStone Sugo SG13 Mini-ITX Pink Computer Case $49.32 Delivered @ Amazon AU


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Brand SilverStone Technology
Colour SG13P-USA
Fan size 120 Millimeters
Motherboard compatibility Mini ITX
Item weight 0.64 Ounces
About this item

Support standard-length expansion cards (10. 5 inches)
Mini-dtx/Mini-ITX motherboard and ATX PSU compatible
Support 120mm or 140mm single fan all-in-one liquid cooler
Support 2. 5" And 3. 5" Hard drives
Elevated standoff for motherboard back side components
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  • +1

    Nice! Good price and decent albeit old case.

  • -1

    I wont recommend this out-of-date case when NR 200 can be purchased for only $60. That's far better than this one.

    • +14

      This is so pink though

    • +7

      The NR200p is a fair bit bigger though 18L vs 11L

  • I thought it was an old style AC lol

  • If I had friends I'd fill it full i9-12900 and radeon gfx and make them take it to a lan party with an avocado trolololol

    • +2

      You can make some smashed avo toast on it too.

  • +2

    PinkStone is the best.

  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d3Vvgy-DyrU

    Prices are I think in USD and also from, "the before time".

    I like this case, probs not pink but I still I like it.

  • Can anyone recommend a relatively cheap PSU to pair with this? Or sell one to me hahaha
    I just picked up a SFF case and I should have done some more research because I didn't know that motherboards and PSUs demand a premium compared to their full sized counterparts. I just thought that I could save some space on my desk but I guess I was wrong :(

    • Did you actually get this case? Because this case can take a full size ATX PSU, just get a modular one so you don't have to cram all the extra cables in.

      This guy on reddit has some opinions


      • Apologies I did not! I picked up another ITX case.

        • Which case did you get?

          Also, what are the other specs you are running? The wattage depends on the hardware and whether you want to account for future upgrades. But yea, SFF does cost its premium, but still can be done within a reasonable budget.

          • @zrmx: I picked up the NR200P. I've got my old build of Ryzen 1600x and a RX570 (yes, yes it's ancient by today's standards). Anyway, I was thinking of just using my old PSU and using a bracket (or cable ties) rather than buying a SFF PSU. I also considered purchasing a used SFF PSU but they are also hard to come by which made me consider just reusing my old PSU, especially since I know that it works with the components that I already have.

            • @BrewerHaHa: Yea if your existing ATX PSU is a reliable unit, then go for it, I'd likely do the same if in same situation.

              The RX570 is still plenty good enough/saves in the current hellscapr that is the GPU market lol

    • Picked up this case and SFF PSU deal via Scorptec for $164 earlier this year via bundle deal (March).
      Order: Model: SG13P+ST65F-GS
      - SilverStone Sugo Series SG13 Pink Mini ITX Case, NO PSU,
      - SilverStone 650W Strider Gold S Power Supply

      • Is that a SFF PSU? I had a quick google and it looks like it's an ATX PSU but I might not be looking very hard

  • +3

    Hey guys, been running this rig which my friends dub "The pink microwave" in all its neon glory. Please note you may need some 'modifications' if you're running a standard GPU. My specs:

    • ASUS DUAL-RTX3070-8G GeForce RTX 3070 (I chopped a rail off the case of the frame, removed the inner mesh cover, because the card was too long / tall)
    • Aorus X570 pro WIFI (ITX)
    • Ryzen 5 3600
    • G.Skill Aegis (for the super low profile)
    • Silverstone 650W strider (overkill, but it came with the case)

    - It's literally the size of a shoebox, you could use this as a 17" gaming laptop replacement (albeit you'd carry peripherals and need a power cable)
    - It looks like an air-purifier / HEPA machine. People wouldn't question you if you had this mining at the office.
    - Carry on friendly. Most backbacks and a roller-suitcase will definitely fit this.

    • -6

      does it have room for your tampons ?

    • 650W seems like about right for a 3070; I see people getting nervous about "headroom" with 750W 3060Ti machines…

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