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SilverStone Temjin Series TJ11B-W Black Aluminum ATX Full Tower Computer Case

  • Aluminum ATX Full Tower
  • USB 3.0 x 2 / USB 2.0 x 2 / Audio / Mic Front Ports
  • Side Air duct
  • 9 External 5.25" Drive Bays
  • 6 x 3.5" drive bay (hot-swap capable) Internal 3.5" Drive Bays

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In 2005, SilverStone created the Temjin TJ07, a tower chassis that was built ahead of its time with unprecedented unibody construction and compartmentalized layout for near limitless liquid cooling configuration. Then in 2006, the Temjin TJ09 was released with beautiful classic styling and advanced see-through air duct designed for cooling generations of powerful graphics cards that was yet to be released. In 2008, SilverStone broke convention and created the first retail computer chassis to implement 90 degree motherboard mounting with the RAVEN RV01, a new design that set benchmarks for balancing air cooling performance and quietness.

Not content to rest on its past achievements, SilverStone engineers aim to set yet another benchmark with the Temjin TJ11 for 2010 and beyond. The TJ11 possess all the greatest features from past SilverStone flagships products along with new designs such as the Air Penetrator fans, making it a superb chassis for cooling and low noise.In addition, there are plenty of ergonomic touches such as quick access filters, hot-swappable hard drive bays, removable motherboard tray, CPU back plate cutout, and optimized cable routing paths to enable easy maintenance/upgrade for always running as efficiently as possible.

For hardcore enthusiasts, the beautifully crafted all aluminum TJ11 is a pleasure to work with as the entire chassis is free of rivets so everything can be taken apart. It also has a bigger lower compartment than the TJ07 to house the largest radiator available such as Hardware Labs Black Ice® SR1 560 (4 x 140mm).

The potential and the flexibility of TJ11 are truly unrivaled. It can be used to build a top of the line gaming PC with its 1000W+ cooling capability on air, build an impressive storage server with its plethora of drive bay options, or build an amazing piece of technology artwork with liquid cooling.


  • Compartmentalized layout from Temjin TJ07
  • See-through air duct from Temjin TJ09
  • 90 degree motherboard mounting from RAVEN RV01
  • Includes two Air Penetrator AP181 fans to aid stack cooling
  • Room for fitting powerful water cooling equipment
  • Motherboard back plate opening behind CPU area for quick cooler assembly
  • Support 11" wide ATX motherboard
  • Dual power supply support
  • Extra large venting area for 10th expansion slot
  • Rivet free construction for maximum serviceability and modding
  • All aluminum construction with anodized sand-blasted finish

  1. Top-mounted stealth I/O ports include USB 3.0 ports
  2. Dual extruded aluminum unibody frames
  3. Nine uninterrupted 5.25" drive bays
  4. Massive lower compartment for modding flexibility (not covered by warranty)
  5. Six 3.5" hard drive trays built using industrial grade nylon
  6. Dual removable drive cages with hot-swap adapters and AP121 fans
  7. Dual ATX/PS2 PSU compartment, also compatible with redundant PS2
  8. Dual see-through air intake vents with removable filters
  9. Dual SilverStone Air Penetrator AP181 intake fans included
  10. Top-mounted slide out motherboard tray
  11. Extra large motherboard tray cut-out for CPU cooler backplates
  12. 9+1 Expansion slots for XL-ATX and multi-GPU configurations


Model No.
SST-TJ11B-W (black + window)
SST-TJ11B (black)
Dual Aluminum unibody frame, 2.0mm aluminum body
Motherboard Support
SSI-CEB, XL-ATX, ATX (maximum 13.6" x 11"), Micro-ATX
Drive Bays
External 5.25" x 9
Internal 3.5" x 6 hot-swap capable, 2.5" x 3
Cooling System
Front --
Rear --
Side 2 x 180mm AP181 fans, 700/1200RPM 18/34dBA
Top 1 x 120mm exhaust fan, 900RPM, 18dBA
Bottom 2 x 120mm AP121 intake fans, 1200RPM 19dBA
Internal --
Expansion Slots
9 + 1
Front I/O Ports
USB 3.0 x 2
USB 2.0 x 2
audio x 1
MIC x 1
Power Supplies
2 x optional standard PS2 (ATX) or 1 x redundant PS2
Operating System Support
Expansion Card
Supports up to 12.4"; Max. Width: 6.93"
Max. Size CPU Cooler
Max. Size PSU
Net Weight
38.4lbs (17.4kg)
Dimensions (W x H x D)
8.8 x 25.3 x 25.9 inches (224 x 642 x 657mm)
Support VESA Mount


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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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  • John L.
  • 6/5/2014 4:19:29 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsIncredible case

Pros: I've had this long enough to say this case is one for the long haul. The cooling is logically designed and works flawlessly. Everything about the case is well done and in excess of expectations. Fit and finish are perfect. Acres of room inside. The air filters are easy to access, remove, clean, and replace. Side window is nice, especially for mobos with digital readouts during post. Attaching cables on the top instead of the back is very convenient. I am now on my second build with a new Asus ROG mobo. This case will serve my workstation needs for years

Cons: I would prefer there be no switch on top. Sometimes I touch it by accident. Yet, if this case is placed on the floor underneath a table, I can see that it would be useful.

Other Thoughts: Yes it costs a lot. Builders must make their own decision here. Is having an ultimate case worth it? Up to you.

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  • xuehao z.
  • 1/26/2014 7:24:28 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

2 out of 5 eggsSeriously, This is the successor to TJ07?

Pros: It's aluminum

Cons: TJ07 was a legend, But this is a joke.

The hole on the side panel is ugly, The price tag is horrendous, The numerous 5.25'' bays are worthless today and not 3.25'' drive compatible, The two bottom fans are unnecessary (Anyone who spends 600 on a case obv going water cooling), The radiator support is poor.

I expect radiator support on top, front and bottom for a case like this.

Other Thoughts: Why would you implement the RAVEN design into a case that's made for liquid cooling? It's like giving a cruise ship tiny wheels and expect it to run on land. Not only you lose the radiator support on top, It's also a huge waste of space.

And all that 5.25'' drive bays? lol

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  • Charles K.
  • 1/22/2014 4:03:04 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsExpensive, but worth it...

Pros: I went with a SilverStone Temjin TJ11B-W. The case is *huge* and one of the sturdiest cases I've used. I'm sure I'll have this one for a good number of builds, so long as I keep building that is. Every component was incredibly easy to install with lots of empty space left over. The 90 degree rotation and motherboard tray allow you to install most of the components and easily drop the motherboard into the case before securing it and connecting the PSU. The rotation means that your cable attachments are on the top of the case, but there's a cover that corrals the cables towards a cutout in the back while still allowing for airflow out the top of the machine, love the thought that went into the design. The hot swap bays and PSU mounts are in the bottom part of the case with their own ventilation which helps with cooling and the main reason for the size and space.

Cons: On the down side, it is expensive. This is offset by the fact that I will definitely reuse it, but it's a bigger up front investment. Also, it is *huge* for a tower. Check the dimensions and make sure you've got the room. I have an adjustable desk that I moved up six inches (though the desk was riding a bit low to begin with anyway).

Other Thoughts: A couple of build notes. The hot swap bays, while some of the best I've seen in a tower, took a bit of figuring out as to which cable belonged to each bay. I ended up taking out the bay fans so I could trace and tag the cables then putting it back together. Also, due to the distance to the power supply area in the bottom of the case, some of the rails are stretched pretty close to their limit, but they do reach.

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  • 11/6/2013 2:17:12 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsDesigned poorly

Pros: It's big and made of metal

Cons: too freakin big to be usable, there is no opening for input output of motherboard. It's totally useless unless you have your own metal working equipment to redesign it. Finally it's the most expensive case in existence and it's not even useable as far as I can tell. Now I have to go through the freakin pain of returning the 70lb monstrocity and buying a new one and waiting for it to come.

Other Thoughts: There is zero point to a case this large. There is no motherboard big enough to need it.

Manufacturer Response:

Thank you very much for purchasing a SilverStone. The TJ11 has SilverStone's patented 90 degree rotated motherboard design so all motherboard I/O are located on top of the case (under a top cover) instead of on the back like in traditional cases. System assembly in the TJ11 is no more difficult than in most cases and requires no metal working equipment because no modifications are needed. Our manual provides step by step instruction on system assembly so if you haven't seen it already, you can also download it from our website at the following link:

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  • Timothy T.
  • 8/22/2013 1:08:35 PM
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsThis Case is Amazing!

Pros: - AMAZING construction
- Unique Look
- There are NO rivets in this case at all. . .making it extremely mod-friendly\
- Mine came with internal USB 3.0 support - something I wasn't expecting, but a very pleasant surprise:)
- Big enough to fit anything your nerdy heart desires
- Comes with plenty of accesories: high quality mouse pad, plenty of screws, two fan filters, two case badges (one metal, and one non metal) and more!
- Very detailed case manual, explaining (in great detail) how to take apart major aspects of the case (i.e. the hot swap bays)
- Nicely packaged with good, flexible foam
- The bottom compartment of the case is MASSIVE
- Two power buttons!

Cons: *none of these are really cons, but they are slight disadvantages when approaching this case*

- It weighs almost 50 pounds. But again, that's quality - and it's only a con if you don't pay attention to what you're buying.
- Judging by only what I've seen so far with it, the side panels look like they might attract a lot of fingerprints. But honestly, pretty much every case attracts plenty of those lol:)
- It costs a pretty penny. . .but, you get a plethura of quality for that little penny^_^

Other Thoughts: Okay so when I purchased this case, I was a little taken aback by the amount of money it costs. There are a ton of XL ATX compatible cases out there; choosing between them is difficult, but I have no regrets in buying this one. I chose this case for two primary reasons: one, it looked great. . .and two, I liked the 90 degree rotated look. It's unique, and it does provide a cooling advantage, utilizing the typical behavior of heat.

ALSO A HUGE PLUS: I bought this case thinking that I was going to get the internal usb pass-throughs for the front USB 3.0. I WAS WRONG!!! The case came with a header for the motherboard!!! I was very happy to see this, and I'm glad Silverstone changed this about the case to keep up with the times. Props to them for doing so!!!

This case is going to be my case for a very long time. The case is so nicely built. I have NEVER seen a case so well built, and I've built and seen quite a few amazing cases in my span of working with them. Yes, it is expensive - but you really do get what you pay for in the end.

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  • Alex G.
  • 10/20/2012 5:46:52 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsBest Case Hands Down

Pros: Honestly? What isn't there to like about this case. The build quality is second to none. The amount of room for water cooling is amazing. Can just about fit any motherboard in the world. If you decide to stay with air it still has you covered with excellent cooling. The turned motherboard tray so all the hot air shoots out the top is excellent. It makes all other cases look like they were made a decade ago.

Cons: There is nothing wrong with this case.

Other Thoughts: Not only do you get an amazing case. You get some neat accessories. It comes with a solid aluminum mouse pad. A metal case badge which you can place anywhere you want. Also comes with a normal case badge. Comes with dust filters and powersupply adapters.

I was about to fit a quad rad in the basement a dual rad in the front and a single 120 rad in the roof. Tons of room for cable management and tube routing. The two gigantic 180's come prewired and switched so you can control them on high / low. This case just exudes high quality. There are no other options. Don't let anyone tell you the 800d is nearly the same thing.

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  • dustin k.
  • 10/10/2012 4:57:39 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsTj11b

Pros: -Big case makes it easier to work with.
-Removable mb tray.
-Built solid.
-For what makes this case great is I can take it apart with just a screw driver. (I like to mod things so it is much easier to work with).
-9 drive bays.
-All metal.
-Two power buttons
-Allows 2 PSU
-2 huge fans that bring cool air in and cross MB and Video cards.

Cons: -Price but than I still bought it and I am glad I did. (Would have liked it in the $ 400-$500 range).
-Wire management could have been better but then most people think I have OCD when I build my Pc. ( One reason is that I have 2 PSU in this case and that means twice the wires to hide).
-Power buttons wiring to a V which make it hard to deal with.

Other Thoughts: Most of these things aren't big deal in the Con section but had to say something so if the company reads these reviews can make this case even better.
I have a couple of great ideas that I am going to try later to give my build a better look.

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  • Anonymous
  • 5/27/2012 1:34:48 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

4 out of 5 eggs

Pros: This case oozes quality, the build quality is superb. The sand-blasted finish is not a fingerprint nightmare which brushed aluminum suffers from. The bottom part can house up to a 560 radiator with room to spare.

Has ample space inside making it easy to work with. It looks stunning, better in person than in any picture you look at.

Excellent for both air and liquid cooling (let's face it, who in their right mind would buy this if they are only planning on air cooling).

The case panels are thick and really built to last, they don't feel flimsy.

The unibody is actually two layers of aluminum which makes it solid.

Cons: - The price, but what do you expect? Quality comes at a premium, and for those who are not finicky, this may be the last case you ever buy.

- The hard drive cages are NOT made of aluminum, so there, it is not 100% aluminum. For this amount of money, they could have provided the buyer which would allow users to mount the hard drive bays on the 5.25 drive bays. ALSO, they should have provided the CMOS button accessory, which seems to be the only thing that will fit on the +1 PCIE slot.

- The aluminum mousepad was a bad giveaway for their customers since people who would buy this WOULD have a very nice mousepad already (Goliathus Extended or the Juggernaut).

- The holes on the side panels are an eyesore and shouldn't have been put there.

-The inner panels are NOT sandblasted,

Other Thoughts: People keep comparing this to Case Labs Cases when in truth and in fact they shouldn't, not everyone is attracted by their cases - they look too much like refrigerators and no amount of modding will make it look anything more than an ice-box (especially if you put white or blue LEDs on it). If you're considering this then why not also consider Little Devil Cases, more attractive than any caselabs case out there.

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  • Lori L.
  • 5/17/2012 4:24:45 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsSilverStone Temjin TJ11B-W

Pros: Case is pure pleasure, to look at, work with, and engineering. I have this case loaded with a G1 Assasin, 2 EVGA GTX 590's, 2 SSD's, 1 Velociraptor, i7 990X, 1 420 rad, 1 240 rad, 1 Koolance dual res/pump, Corsair AX1250, and blu ray burner and there is still plenty of room. The next time I upgrade I will be using this case and the next.

Cons: I can't think of one. I took out the drive bays in the bottom and bought a part from silverstone for hardrives that has a fan in front that you load in 3 drive bays. So there is no plastic in this case.

Other Thoughts: This is my second silverstone case, my other one is the Crown HTPC case. I love it too.

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  • Thomas K.
  • 5/17/2012 1:14:30 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

3 out of 5 eggsFor the money, I'll pass.

Pros: - Well built
- Rivetless, uni-body.
- Tons of room for lots of high end water cooling equipment.
- Supports very large form factor motherboards.

Cons: - The cost.

Other Thoughts: Prior to purchasing this case, I strongly recommend that everyone look at the custom offerings over at Case Labs. Anything in their Magnum series is absolutely superior to this case for around the same price and holds an absolutely absurd amount of WC equipment.

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