SilverStone has been very nice to me in the past and allowed me to see both versions of the Raven. These were some full tower monsters, but they did offer everything the user could want to find in the chassis with a bit of a unique "twist". Shortly after that I was introduced to the Sugo series of cases. While my look was at the midi-tower SG04, I could see that just because SilverStone was thinking small in form factor, they still wanted to offer both ease of use and loads of features with the ability to pack as much high end hardware into a tiny box as possible.
While the SG04 allowed for a m-ATX board to be installed, it still had the basic structure of a tower design. This time around we are going to see a SFF chassis made for m-DTX and m-ITX motherboards, but still offering huge cooling abilities. Now, it's true that most HTPCs use smaller GPUs or even onboard ones to surf the web and play Farmville. SilverStone takes things a step further this time, though, and offers room for even the most power hungry of builds.
Today we are going to be looking at the SST-SG07B, the non-windowed version of the SG07 chassis. Throughout the design of this new chassis SilverStone wanted to offer all the best in the smallest foot print available. A power supply is even included and mounted which not only makes the assembly one step easier, but with the 600W, 80 Plus Bronze certified power supply, you can power all of those demanding parts that are now finding their way into these tiny enclosures. Let's get a look at what the SG07-B and the power supply offer, and see just what it is capable of!
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