SG09
  • Supports graphics cards of any length
  • Supports full tower CPU coolers
  • Supports Strider Plus PSUs up to 1000W
  • Mandatory cable routing design
  • Ample fan slots for maximum airflow
  • Motherboard back plate opening behind CPU area for quick cooler assembly
COLOR
Product Specifications
Model No.
SST-SG09B (Black)
Material
Plastic front panel and steel body
Drive bay
External
  • 12.7mm/9.5mm slim optical drive x 1
Internal
  • 3.5" x 2 * , 2.5" x 4*
3.5" Internal
  • --
2.5" Internal
  • --
Cooling system
Front
  • --
Rear
  • 1 x 120mm 1200rpm 22dBA
Side
  • Left:1 x 120mm 1200rpm 22dBA (backward compatible with 92mm) 2 x 80/92mm fan slot
    Right:80mm fan slot
Top
  • 180mm Air Penetrator 700/1200rpm, 18/34dBA (backward compatible with 140mm)
Bottom
  • --
Internal
  • --
Expansion slot
4
Front I/O port
USB 3.0 x 2 (backwards compatible with USB 2.0)

audio x 1

MIC x 1
Power supply
Optional standard PS2 (ATX) up to 180mm*
Net weight
5.3 kg
Dimension
220 mm (W) x 295 mm (H) x 354 mm (D), 23 liters
8.66" (W) x 11.61" (H) x 13.94" (D), 23 liters
Extra
support two Kensington locks
Expansion card
Compatible up to 13.3" (337mm) long, width restriction-5.70" (144mm)
Limitation of CPU cooler
165mm
Limitation of PSU
180mm
* If you intend to utilize all hard drive slots, please remove all unused power supply cables.
   These unused cables may cause problem with the installation. SSDs are highly recommended in place of hard drives.

* Maximum length for PSU is 180mm, we recommend 160mm due to varying connector locations on PSUs and the unique structure of SG09.
   We do not promise that all retail PSUs on the market can be installed in the SG09. Please refer the guides provided in this manual to select your PSU.
File Download
SG09 manual
Version
v1.0
File Size
5.47 MB
SG09 High resolution photos
SG09 Product Sheet (EN-SG09-EDM.pdf)
File Size
508.99 KB
Product Reviews
Q & A
Yes it does, with room to spare!
The SG09 has 6 fan slots and if you include the fan on the CPU cooler, there are up to 7 fan connectors in total. Currently, there are no motherboards that support this amount of fans, therefore we have included a 1 to 3 fan adapter cable to support more fan connections. Although you can not monitor the fans through your motherboard when connected to the adapter, this is the best way to connect all the fans.
Below is a list of Micro-ATX motherboards that has the most fan connectors:
6 Fan connectors: DFI Lanparty JR Series, ASRock X79 Extreme4-M
5 Fan connectors: ASUS ROG Gene Series
SG09 has four fan slots dedicated for graphic cards and provide top-notch cooling ability. If you have installed all extra fans according to our instruction manual and the graphic card still overheats, please contact the graphics card manufacturer for assistance.
If your PSU has an AC switch, make sure the switch is at the “ON” position.
By installing the PSU horizontally, it will take up less depth compared to installing it longitudinally. With traditional PSU installation, the power cord will occupy space behind the case therefore the area taken by the power cord is not part of the case measurement.
Since there are no standards for power supply’s power cord connector location, we provide extra length to ensure compatibility. The SG09 is also designed to accommodate power supply up to 1200W so we used a thicker 15A cable.
The top 180mm fan will help to expel power supply’s exhausted air out of the case. According to our testing, the PSU heat will not affect case performance.
The total volume of all possible installed fans adds up to 2.4 liters, which is more than the volume of two 5.25” drives. Since optical drives have the lowest effect on performance, we reasoned that the use of slim optical drive is the best way to reduce the size of SG09.
3.5” hard drives are cooled by the top 180mm fan.
We recommend using SSD for 2.5” drives as they are more heat tolerant.
From the tests we’ve conducted during development, a quality tower-style cooler can be used without CPU fan and instead rely only on chassis fans to cool CPU up to 130W TDP (Core i7, not overclocked). However, performance may vary depending on the quality of your CPU cooler and other factors, so you will still need to test the limit on your own.
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