- May 27, 2011
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Hello my friends.
About 4 weeks I was doing nothing, My wife was getting crazy.
But now it is here ......... a new build, with a beautiful case, the Silverstone TJ11
When I first saw the case I had something like "I to want to mod this one"
I must admit that a number points are not so nice at this case.
This "negative" points I will certainly adjust. But they have also a lot of beautifull things renewed.
The main hardware and other materials
Case: Silverstone TJ11
PSU: Coolermaster 1200w
Motherboard: I’m not quite sure, but for the fitting and measuring, gonna use a EVGA Classified E759
Processor: i7 930
GPU: 3 x GTX 480
Memory: 6 x 2GB Corsair DDR3 1600
HDD: 2 x SSD 120GB And some sata
Water cooling of course, but have to gather and brainstorm what best suits the TJ
So it’s a bit of a gray area. But I have some great ideas.
2 x EK 360 radiator
EK HF Supreme plex
EK Ram cooler plex
Tygon tube Transparant
Other products/ materials:
MDPC Sleeve, colors: Black and...........yellow
Carbon fiber film
SMD lighting I think, but not too much this time
Some Acryl, yellow and black
About what exactly will happen, I will not say too much for now. I have a lot of ideas
My hero the guy of GLS, delivered the package of highflow.
Luckily, he treats the case with love and the TJ is without damage.
It’s big, really big…………..but beautifull
De Silverstone TJ11
Out of the box
Top-mounted slide out motherboard tray
9 uninterrupted 5.25” drive bays
9+1 expansion slots
6 x 3.5” hard drive trays
Dual see-through air intake vents
Dual ATX/PS2 PSU compartment
2 x AP121 fans with hot-swap adapters
Extra large motherboard tray cut-out for CPU cooler backplates
And a little box with small stuff
Fasteners, unfortunately silver not black. Missed opportunity
Horizontal mount bracket for the PSU
And a Silverstone logo for on the case or something. could laugh about this
Because the painted this on my beautiful expensive case
Do not mind that it’s made in China, but please don’t do this anymore
This was the case step by step. next challenge is to brainstorm how to install the various components.
New case, new challenges I love it ............... to be continued