SilverStone has built a reputation as a high end case manufacturer whose parts don't come cheap, though in recent years the company has fleshed out its lineup to a fit a variety of budgets, including those shopping in the sub-$100 section. Today isn't one of those times and the TJ10 Nvidia Editiion makes no pretense of appealing to practical budgets.
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Sporting a new paint scheme that is sure to turn heads, the TJ10 Nvidia Edition aims to blow enthusiasts away with eye-candy galore, making even the most cynical system builder perform an abrupt about-face. But will Silverstone's newest iteration of its popular Temjin series TJ10 chassis measure up?
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A good way to measure how "in-tune" enclosure manufacturers are with their customer base is seeing what kind of accessory bundle they put together. In the case of the TJ10B-WNV, we are treated to nearly the bare essentials. SilverStone tosses in a manual, four separate baggies containing motherboard standoffs and various screws, and 4-pin Molex adapters to be used with the 3-pin case fans inside the chassis. Oddly enough, SilverStone includes five case fan but only four Molex adapters. Additionally, there are no zip-ties, cable clips, cleaning cloth, or any other extras one would expect when dropping over three C-notes for a computer case.