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Silverstone Temjin SST-TJ02 Case 

Manufacturer: Silverstone
Supplied by: Silverstone
Street Price: $100.00

by Brian Tiller (4/17/2004)
 


 

Introduction

In the past several months Silverstone has come on strong and steady with several new offerings that are unique in appearance from their competitors. While appearance can be a very important factor in choosing a case, it still has to come in second to functionality and construction. 

What we have on the bench today is the Temjin SST-TJ02 midtower case. Silver in color, this Temjin sports a few neat little features that you just might find very attractive. 

Specifications:

  • Construction: Steel, with aluminum front bezel

  • Observed Weight: 20lbs

  • Observed Dimensions: 450mm(H) x  472mm(D) x 216mm(W)

  • Drive bays: (4) 5.25"
                    (2) 3.5" Exposed
                    (4) 3.5" Hidden

  • (1) 120mm Intake fan
    Optional rear exhaust fan

  • Locking side panel

  • Front access ports: (4) USB2.0, FireWire, audio

  • Tool free drive installation

At first glance, the Temjin SST-TJ02 seems to be your standard everyday case. However, the Temjin sports a few features which set it apart from others in it's class, the most prominent being the front bezel.

   

While the case itself is manufactured with steel, the front bezel is made of aluminum. Departing from the standard smooth surface, Silverstone opted for what I would call a ridged surface. When viewed straight on, it gives the front of the case a wavy appearance. It really is pretty slick looking.

Up top are the four 5.25" drive bays, with the two external 3.5" bays directly below.

The drive bay covers are plastic, with a smooth surface and consistent with the color of the case front.

(4/27/2004) Update: The drive bay covers are actually made of aluminum instead of plastic.
 

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