SilverStone ships the SG07 in a black on white background that offers great contrast against the image of the SFF chassis. At the bottom left corner SilverStone lists eight key features included in the SG07-B.
If UPS would have placed these stickers elsewhere, you would be looking at an introductory statement on what SilverStone plans to deliver to the customer, a specifications list for just the SG07 chassis, and at the bottom you will find a list of supported GPUs.
Spinning the box around, we can see that this chassis has the 80 Plus Bronze award. Logically that means that there is in fact an included power supply shipped along with the SG07 SFF chassis.
Remember those eight features that were listed on both the front and the back? SilverStone offers up nine varying translations as to cover their market basis.
With the cardboard box removed you can see that the SG07 gets surrounded with about 2" of Styrofoam on all sides. There is a plastic liner to help keep abrasions at bay, and a static cling layer of plastic covering the Aluminum panel on the front of the chassis. All of these precautions worked perfectly and I received a perfect example of the SST-SG07B.
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