SilverStone were founded back in 2003 and are now a well known brand among enthusiasts, providing unique styling and design improvements throughout their range of cases. Additionally, SilverStone also offer a range of other accessories, most notably their PSUs and cooling solutions.
With overclocking becoming more popular than ever before among PC users the need for cases with optimal airflow is a must, and full towers are the obvious choice when building a high end system. Today we’re going to take a look at the SilverStone TJ10B-WNV, a full tower case based on the TJ09. Hopefully after our disappointing encounter with the NZXT Khaos chassis recently SilverStone can raise the bar.
Manufacturer’s Specifications & Features
||NVIDIA theme w/ window SST-TJ10B-WNV
||Aluminium front panel/door, 2.0mm aluminium body
||SSI, Extended ATX, ATX, Micro ATX
| Drive Bay
||5.25” x 4, 3.5” x 1
||3.5” x 6
||2 x 120mm 1200rpm fan with green LED
||1 x 120mm exhaust fan, 1200rpm with green LED
|| 1 x 120mm mid-section fan, 1200rpm with green LED
||1 x 120mm 1200rpm with green LED
|Front I/O Port
||USB2.0 x 2
IEEE1394 x 1
audio x 1
MIC x 1
||1 x Optional standard PS2 (ATX) or 1 x Redundant PS2
||207 mm (W) x 521 mm (H) x 644 mm (D)
- Thumb screws for quick access and dual 120mm green LED fans on top panel
- Expansion slot screw driver access holes and Aero Slots for improved GPU cooling
- Top mounted flip-up front I/O ports and SilverStone styled power/reset buttons
- Premium home theater style feet and unique mid-section air duct for GPU cooling
- Dual vibration dampened hard drive cages and quick release fan brackets
Packaging and Bundle
The SilverStone TJ10 comes in an enormous box covered in information. The front has the SilverStone and model branding at the top with two pictures of the case below in black and grey variants. At the top right hand corner of the case we can see that this specific model is the Limited Edition case which comes dressed in Nvidia livery, not illustrated on the packaging. At the bottom of the front side we can see some of the various features of the case listed in English.
On the back of the box, in addition to some information copied from the front, there is also a picture of the case with the side panel removed and certain features and components labelled.
Both sides of the box have several features listed in multiple languages and there is a specifications table along with an introduction to the case.
Looking inside the box, it appears to be sufficiently padded and the case is wrapped in a plastic bag to ensure the finish isn’t ruined.
Inside the case there is a small white box containing an instructional manual, a trio of 3 pin fan to 4 pin power connectors, and the necessary screws and standoffs.