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Case Introduction:

In 2006, SilverStone launched the Temjin TJ08, an impressive micro-ATX tower case with then unheard of dual 120mm fan configuration. It helped pioneered the idea of big tower cooling performance in small packages. Five years later, improved technology and design has enabled SilverStone engineers to create another pioneering small tower case in the TJ08 Evolution (TJ08-E). To improve cooling performance, a class leading “Air Penetrator” 180mm fan was installed behind the front panel to create virtual airflow tunnel with positive air pressure, which also improves quietness and dust prevention.
Standard enthusiast features retained or improved include removable motherboard tray and top panel, CPU back plate cutout, all black painted interior, removable filters for all intake vents, and beautifully finished aluminum front panel.

Features unique to the TJ08-E are its ability to accommodate long cables from high-end power supply and storage room for one 2.5” hard drive and up to five 3.5” hard drives. If you are looking for a classic, cleanly styled premium micro-ATX tower with the latest chassis construction technology to house top-of-the-line components, the TJ08-E is it.

Special or unique features:
- Includes one 180mm Air Penetrator fan for positive pressure cooling
- Removable motherboard tray and top panel
- Quick access filters to prevent dust buildup
- Convenient wire and cable routing pathways
- Adjustable holder for large CPU coolers
- Motherboard back plate opening behind CPU area for quick cooler assembly
- Impressive storage capacity up to five 3.5" hard drives and one 2.5" drive

Case Specifications:


Interior:
TJ08-E-Inside.jpg

Front:
TJ08-E-Front.jpg

3/4 Back:
TJ08-E-34View-Inside.jpg

Windowed Edition:
tj08-ew-34.jpg

Confirmed Coolers: Need suggestions!
- Intel Stock Cooler
- Corsair H70
- Corsair H60
- Corsair H50
- Noctua C14
- Corsair H80
- Antec 620
- Antec 920
- Tuniq Tower
- Thermaltake Silver Arrow
- Noctua D14
- Noctua U9B SE2
- Be Quiet! Dark Rock Pro

Reviews:
nagle3092's Temperatures and Thoughts on the TJ08-E

Chiphell's Review on the TJ08-E


SPCR's Review of the TJ08-E

Warnings/Issues:
- The front panel is a complete pain to get off and reassemble. nagle3092 recommends this is not done for any reason unless needed.


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Special thanks to nagle3092 for the signature!
Special thanks to TC_Fenua for the banner!

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Dude, BfBC2 @ 1080p maxed out running on my Phenon X6 @4.0ghz and CF 6850 uses 90% CPU.

That's 21,6Ghz of pure power for a game.

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All credit for the form and doc goes to hyp36rmax! Thanks dude!




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The TJ08-E Hall of Fame!

Mentalist:
This build shows the absolute potential of the TJ08-E chassis. Amazing.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


More pictures here.

New memorable build! Pure ripping. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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anteante's TJ08-E! Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

wiski's Gunmetal TJ08-E! Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

The build log.
http://imgur.com/a/KCxk6

Honorable Members:
An honorable member is someone who has been incredibly helpful and shown dedication to the club.

1. nagle3092
- Made the signature solely without being asked.
- Shown to be very helpful
- Answered most questions asked
- Contributed the most out of anyone at the moment.
2. hyp36rmax
- Made the members form and spreadsheet
- Did it without being asked
- Seems to be a really knowledgeable member

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Quote:
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Dude, BfBC2 @ 1080p maxed out running on my Phenon X6 @4.0ghz and CF 6850 uses 90% CPU.

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Mine will be here on Tuesday.
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Mine will be here on Tuesday.

Awesome, looking forward to it! Hopefully there should be some spectacular builds in this case.

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I'm seriously considering ditching my atx motherboard and case and getting a maximus iv gene and this case. Decisions, decisions. redface.gif

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I saw it the other day and fell in love with it. I don't see any good mATX bulldozer boards out yet.

Edit: Never looked yet but where can I get it? I've only seen sundial micro.
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I'm seriously considering ditching my atx motherboard and case and getting a maximus iv gene and this case. Decisions, decisions. redface.gif

Might as well, I dont see the point in big builds anymore. Matx is more than enough for 90% of people, the only reason I would go back to ATX is if I was using 3 or more gpus.
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I saw it the other day and fell in love with it. I don't see any good mATX bulldozer boards out yet.

Edit: Never looked yet but where can I get it? I've only seen sundial micro.

http://www.directron.com/tj08be.html

Depending on where you live it might come direct from Silverstone like mine if you order it from them.



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I'm seriously considering ditching my atx motherboard and case and getting a maximus iv gene and this case. Decisions, decisions. redface.gif

Hahaha,

Why not! It is, in my opinion the sexiest mATX case available internally and externally. The separate hidden PSU compartment and quite significant room for cable management make it a great case for me.
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I saw it the other day and fell in love with it. I don't see any good mATX bulldozer boards out yet.

Edit: Never looked yet but where can I get it? I've only seen sundial micro.

Unfortunately I can't help there!

Down in Australia though there available at most online shops. Whenever I try to find a product online I use Staticice, I believe they have an American website too.

http://www.staticice.com

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it doesnt look bad ...but it does have some issues that bug me though

- 2.5" hole in the bottom (makes it ugly, it would look way better without that hole)
- dust filter on top (it shouldnt be there at all, since its probably better to turn the psu so that it exhausts hot air out of the case - and if u dont, gpu doesnt get much air)
- steel body (it should be all aluminium)

...so far im sticking with my mini p180 ...it has better cooling then this (Its a bit big & heavy though thats what I dont like about it)

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