Silverstone Temjin TJ07B Review 9

Silverstone Temjin TJ07B Review

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Introduction


I would like to thank CaseKing.de for supplying the review sample.

CaseKing is one of the few companies out there, which will not just sell anything. They only offer hardware that performs well and is of high quality. The shop carries quite a few exclusive parts and devices from all around the world and it is also the official distributor for a long list of well known manufacturers. Their assortment has grown substantially in recent years, while great service and support is still a very important part of the shop philosophy. The website may be in German, but due to great demand, an English version has been released as well.



Caseking is a distributor for the Silverstone brand. This means that the shop carries a complete line-up of all Silverstone cases and accessories. Today we get the chance to take a look at a classic case, which still is very popular today, as there is simply no other case that matches it in certain areas - the Temjin TJ07. It is available in black or silver and you may choose to go with the window side panel or a solid one.

Specifications

Material
4.0mm ~ 8.0mm uni-body aluminum outer frame, 2.0mm aluminum body
Color
Black or Silver
Motherboard
SSI, E-ATX, ATX, Micro-ATX
Drive Bay
7 (6x 5.25", 1x 3.5")
Cooling System
Top: 2 x 120mm exhaust fan, 1200rpm, 21dBA, Side: 2 x 120mm HDD intake fans, 1200rpm, 21dBA, Rear; 2 x 92mm intake fans, 2100rpm, 23dBA
Expansion Slot

7

Front I/O Port
USB 2.0 x4, IEEE 1394 x1, MIC x1, SPK x1
Power Supply

2x Standard PS2 (ATX), Redundant PS2

Net Weight
12.9 kg
Dimension
220 mm (W) x 560 mm (H) x 565 mm (D)

Packaging


The Silverstone Temjin TJ07 ships in a massive cardboard box. You better have a lot of space in your closet/garage/basement for this sucker. It has a black backdrop and shows a little teaser image of the case. More detailed information can be found on either side of the package. There is an image of the case and a promotional text.


The case itself is protected with foam spacers, which in turn are secured by cardboard. The chassis has been placed in a very sturdy plastic bag. You should not have to worry about anything damaging the precious contents with such a setup.

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