SilverStone Temjin TJ04-E Evolution Case

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The SilverStone Temjin TJ04-E's body is constructed primarily of steel while the front bezel is composed of a 7 mm thick slab of aluminum. It weighs 9.6 kg or 21.1 lb and measures 21.4 x 48.9 x 48.9 cm or 8.4 x 19.3 x 19.3 inches (H x W x D) for a total case volume of 51.2 L, approximately the same as the NZXT H2. Its size is modest compared to most of the US$100+ towers we come across.

Not only does the TJ04-E lack the TJ08-E's 18 cm front intake fan, it has no front fan option at all. Instead, there two 120 mm fan mounts (one fan included) on the right side, blowing over the hard drives. The placements are covered by a snap-on front filter with two layers, a large honeycomb style grill on the exterior and a fine mesh sheet on the interior.

A similar filter is attached to the top of the case. There's a 120 mm fan and an open spot for a 120/140 mm model next to it. The slot for the front connectors is unusually shallow, not deep enough to form a proper coin tray and preventing bulky USB devices from being plugged in.

The rear of the case is unremarkable. A 120 mm exhaust fan sits above the ventilated expansion slot area and below a couple of twist-off holes for watercooler tubing.

Another pair of dust filters is attached to the bottom of the case. An optional 120 mm fan mount is located on the floor at the center.

The side panels are 1 mm thick and only flex slightly when put under pressure. The panels have a design similar to the Antec Solo, catching at the front with the rear swinging inward into place.

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