SilverStone TJ07 Full Tower Case
SilverStone’s next generation flagship tower case the TJ07, has upset the competition for amost a year now by introducing this world class case design back in spring 2005. Since then, the TJ07 has won many awards as one of the best case designs introduced to the modern world. With state-of-the-art ergonomically designed engineering, the TJ07 sports such features as extruded aluminum uni-body once piece main structure, exceptional cooling characteristics, minimal use of rivets replaced with air craft quality fasteners, 4.0mm ~ 8.0mm outer frame, creates one of the most elegant case designs available.
Known for high end professional products, SilverStone has built a reputation based on quality, innovation, design and manufacturing that’s gained great respect from the masses since there foundation began in 2003. Taking Computer enclosures to the next level, SilverStone leads by example, providing chassis designs that go above and beyond anything we are used to seeing in the chassis world. Exceptional design and quality workmanship can be seen throughout SilverStones product inventory. Today, SilverStone continues the fine art of manufacturing technics through talent, dedication, and commitment , bringing the end user the absolute best in product functionality and design.
Upon receving this specimen, I was very surprised at the quality of this case. In fact the workmanship is so state-of-the-art, that I was amazed at the over all thought and enginuity that went into the design of this product. The enclosure is very rigid and very well manufactured, one gets the sense of prestige in ownership, the all alloy chassis is lightweight, sexy and very functional. Besides having great looks, innovative design and cooling characteristics, the TJ07 is manufactured in a way that puts the PSU at the bottom of the chassis and puts the motherboard on above the upper tier of the enclosure aiding in the cooling process by putting the main components above the PSU and closer to the ventilation system. Let’s check this thing out…