SilverStone Temjin TJ10

Written by Michael Larabel in Enclosures on 22 August 2007. Page 5 of 5. 3 Comments

Conclusion:

When initially thinking about the TJ10 improvements compared to the TJ09 it led us to wonder if SilverStone Technology should have just named it the TJ09 v2.0. Eventually we decided it was appropriate for SilverStone to name it the TJ10 due to the subtle but valuable improvements such as the aluminum front panel door, extended graphics cardholder and perfecting other areas of this chassis design. These improvements aren't enough to make TJ09 owners upgrade to the TJ10 immediately, but the SilverStone Temjin TJ09/TJ10 design still remains one of the best tower cases we have seen to date. If you are building a new system, the TJ10 is more desirable than the TJ09 unless you are looking to save a few bucks now that the TJ09 prices will likely be cut.

Simply put, the SilverStone Temjin TJ10 is an amazing case and if you are going after a high-end PC you might as well check out this case as you will not be disappointed in its quality and excellent design with a number of great features. The SilverStone TJ10 case sells for over $320 USD right now, but the price is certainly justified.

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