‘Small form factor (SFF) cases are becoming more and more popular these days, especially as LANS and home theater PC’s are becoming the ‘IN’ thing. Only a few companies have really pursued the making of a quality SFF case. I recently reviewed one by Antec, today I have one from Silverstone, both companies are known for their quality products. Silverstone has ventured into the HTPC market with lots of quality entries, the SFF PC case I have today can be one of those entries or it can be a nice LAN gaming rig as well. For review I have the Silverstone SG01 or SUGO series, it utilizes a Micro ATX motherboard, but features space for a full sized ATX power supply and full sized PCI cards.”
Here are some more Systems articles from around the web:
- Biostar iDEQ 350G SFF PC @ HotHardware.Com
- IA EPIA MII 12000 @ CaseModGod.com
- Shuttle XPC SD11G5 Small Formfactor PC Review @ PCstats.com
Source: Think Computers
Real geeks build HTPC’s on their own. So if you do feel like making a personal video recorder, you will probably want a SFF case and board to start with. Consider the Silverstone SUGO SG01, a comparitively spacious SFF system, with enough room you won’t be shopping for add on cards that were made for laptops. See what Think Computers thinks of it here.