SilverStone Temjin TJ04-E

  • SilverStone Temjin TJ04-E
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Based on 12 scores, 30 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    8
  • Good:
    3
  • Average:
    1
  • Bad:
    0

Pros:

  • Sleek.
  • Elegant Design.
  • Extensive Hard Drive Space.

Cons:

  • Water Cooling not well thought out.
  • Hard drive cages can be time consuming to work with.

Expert reviews and ratings

By OverClock Intelligence Agency on

First introduced nearly ten years ago, the Temjin TJ04-E marks the next evolution of SilverStone's popular mid-tower case. Slightly taller than its predecessor, the TJ04-E also includes more fans and extra fan positions and every fan position...

By Computing on Demand on 90

Parked directly behind the massive drive cage is an additional cage dedicated to holding six 2.5 inch drives. This can be mounted to the bottom of the case or the bottom of the large 3.5inch drive cage. Keep in mind that this cage is easily removed and...

By APH Networks on 74

One time, my friend asked me if I knew how to speak Korean. "Of course I know how to speak Korean," I jokingly replied. "Hyundai, Kia, Samsung, LG, Kimchi, Kim Jong-un, and... oppan Gangnam style." (As you can imagine, this is definitely one of those...

By Maximum PC on 80

The Silverstone TJ04-E is a modern take on a classic ATX mid-tower. It doesn’t even have a weird motherboard orientation. That’s not to say it’s boring. The TJ04-E is a steel case, matte black inside and out. Its brushed-aluminum front panel has...

By Metku.net on

TJ04-E really fulfills the expectations, even they were high. It seems like SilverStone has really thought about everything when designing this case. Only minor drawback I can imagine is the way the dust filters are mounted. I would have liked to see...

By Benchmark Reviews on 90

Performance in a case is about being able to cool components with acceptable acoustic performance. Although the TJ04-E performs adequately in the cooling department (although with 0% overclock on the CPU's and GPU's we really are not pushing the...

By SilentPC Review on

The first SilverStone "Evolution" case we reviewed, the Temjin TJ08-E, impressed us with its modular design and clever use of space that didn't compromise its cooling proficiency. We were hoping the Temjin TJ04-E would bring more of the same to the...

By Phoronix on 90

SilverStone has another winner on its hands with the Temjin TJ04-E Evolution. The TJ04-E successfully evolves the original TJ04 design from eight years ago while continuing to be simplistic yet beautiful. The exterior of the ATX/SSI-CEB chassis is...

By FutureLooks on

I think this case was designed just for me since it fits right into my personal preferences for a case. It is a simple, sleek, and elegant design with unique features to make working with it easy. It uses the space it has available exceptionally well....

By hardwareasylum.com on 100

We have looked at a few of the Silverstone Evolution designs and have been really impressed with the updates. The Silverstone TJ08-E is a nice example of how a case can be updated to support a monster air penetrator fan and still retain a classic look....

By Kitguru.net on 80

A good option if you’re looking for a beautiful mid-tower case to house your...

By Pro-Clockers on

We all know Silverstone for taking risk when it comes to design of the exterior of their cases just look at the Raven and Fortress series for example. But you cannot call it a risk when they decide to change up the interior of the same cases. The...

By K.S. Studios on 90

We love the front panel design of the TJ04-E. SilverStone did well to release this model for customers that like the KL04 but prefer a little more style and elegance. The interior is basically the same across the two cases, so our testing was a little...

By TweakTown on 95

In my opinion, SilverStone took a huge chance with quite a few design changes, not only for this Temjin, but things I haven't seen all in one chassis of theirs ever before. This is an instance where you feel the chassis is more of an orchestra of...

By 3dGameMan on

Video Review: The SilverStone TJ-04E Case is very stylish, has excellent build quality, lots of drive bays, HDD heatsinks, dust filters, cable management, spacious interior, fits long video cards and much more....

By custompcreview.com on

Well, there's a lot to talk about here so let's start with the aesthetics. SilverStone has gone with the clean, sharp look and it's definitely something I really appreciate. The entire front panel is covered in some very classy looking brushed aluminum...

By Overclock3D on 83

Building into the TJ04-E is an easy enough affair. OK, so it's not a super tower so you're not going to be able to get inside the case and sit along side your hardware while you fit it, but there is plenty of room to work even for those who have what...

By AnandTech on

The overwhelming majority of cases from SilverStone we've reviewed so far have been based on some very unorthodox designs, featuring layouts that feel ATX in name only. Yet when we visited with them at CES and they showed off the Temjin TJ04-E, we...

By HEXUS.net on 90

SilverStone has a habit of producing unorthodox enclosures, but that isn't the reason we've come to respect the manufacturer's efforts. Nope, what we really like are the company's simpler chassis. Take the recently-launched Precision Series PS07 as an...

International Review By NordicHardware on

en är att Nanoxia har gjort det mesta rätt med Deep Silence 1. Det är ett överlag mycket bra chassi som ger bra kylningsmöjligheter och lyckas med detta samtidigt som man håller en väldigt bra ljudnivå. Ett chassi vi med gläjde rekommenderar samtidigt...