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Introduced in 2004, the TJ04 has been a main stable of SilverStone’s prestigious Temjin series of tower chassis. Its excellent original design needed only a few minor tweaks and improvements over the years to keep up with the demands of modern PC hardware. An important equation in keeping the TJ04 a popular choice among system builders was its understated and classic styling. So in designing the TJ04-E (Evolution), SilverStone engineers kept the exterior styling largely unchanged while vastly improving the internals.
The power supply is now bottom-mounted with the ability to accommodate up to four 5.25” drives, nine 3.5” hard drives and six SSDs, raising the bar significantly for storage capacity in a mid tower format. In addition to increased storage capacity, the TJ04-E can also install cards up to 17 inches without the need to remove any hard drive cage, a feat usually accomplished in full towers. To make sure the myriad of component can operate effectively, the TJ04-E includes a custom cooling solution to reduce hard drive temperatures and two custom cables with built-in capacitors to facilitate cable management and improve drive stability.
To finish up TJ04-E’s already impressive layout efficiency, design details borrowed from other great SilverStone products such as positive pressure and quick removable filters will enable users to easily maintain consistently high performance for years to come. So it is possible that TJ04-E, like its predecessor, will again be able to outlast many generations of PC builds.
Large Attractive Case With Lots of Room Inside
Pros: I bought this case for a new system build with an ASUS Rampage IV Extreme motherboard. This case is spacious inside with good cable management features that make it easy to build, maintain and upgrade my system. The case is solidly constructed.
Cons: The cage for the 6 2.5 inch drives is located on the bottom of the case, right in front of the power supply mount. With all of the cables coming out of my Corsair AX860i power supply, it would be very difficult to route power cables with this 2.5 inch cage in place and populated with drives - the backsides of the 2.5 inch devices and all of their cabling would be facing the cable outputs from the power supply with only 3 inches of separation. I have my 2.5 inch SSD mounted in the large 3.5 inch cage using an adapter which came with the SSD. I have plenty of available space in the 3.5 inch cage and so I came live with the arrangement.
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Pretty nice . . .
Pros: Very solid build.
Cons: No mobo speaker.
Other Thoughts: Very nice case apart from the cons listed above. ASRock is telling me my mobo speaker should come with the case. Seems like a cheap enough part that mobo manufacturers and case manufacturers ought to include it.
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Pros: Looks great
Cons: None so far
Other Thoughts: Bought this case for my first build and was very easy to work in.
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