Temjin Series     TJ11

■ Compartmentalized layout from Temjin TJ07

■ See-through air duct from Temjin TJ09

■ 90 degree motherboard mounting from RAVEN RV01

■ Includes two Air Penetrator AP181 fans to aid stack cooling

■ Room for fitting powerful water cooling equipment

■ Motherboard back plate opening behind CPU area for quick cooler assembly

■ Supports 11” wide ATX motherboard

■ Dual power supply support

■ Extra large venting area for 10th expansion slot

■ Rivet free construction for maximum serviceability and modding

■ All aluminum construction with anodized sand-blasted finish

         In 2005, SilverStone created the Temjin TJ07, a tower chassis that was built ahead of its time with unprecedented unibody construction and compartmentalized layout for near limitless liquid cooling configuration. Then in 2006, the Temjin TJ09 was released with beautiful classic styling and advanced see-through air duct designed for cooling generations of powerful graphics cards that was yet to be released. In 2008, SilverStone broke convention and created the first retail computer chassis to implement 90 degree motherboard mounting with the RAVEN RV01, a new design that set benchmarks for balancing air cooling performance and quietness.

         Not content to rest on its past achievements, SilverStone engineers aim to set yet another benchmark with the Temjin TJ11 for 2010 and beyond. The TJ11 possess all the greatest features from past SilverStone flagships products along with new designs such as the Air Penetrator fans, making it a superb chassis for cooling and low noise.In addition, there are plenty of ergonomic touches such as quick access filters, hot-swappable hard drive bays, removable motherboard tray, CPU back plate cutout, and optimized cable routing paths to enable easy maintenance/upgrade for always running as efficiently as possible.

         For hardcore enthusiasts, the beautifully crafted all aluminum TJ11 is a pleasure to work with as the entire chassis is free of rivets so everything can be taken apart. It also has a bigger lower compartment than the TJ07 to house the largest radiator available such as Hardware Labs Black Ice® SR1 560 (4 x 140mm).

        The potential and the flexibility of TJ11 are truly unrivaled. It can be used to build a top of the line gaming PC with its 1000W+ cooling capability on air, build an impressive storage server with its plethora of drive bay options, or build an amazing piece of technology artwork with liquid cooling.


Model No. SST-TJ11B-W (black + window)
SST-TJ11B (black)
Material Dual Aluminum unibody frame, 2.0mm aluminum body
Motherboard SSI-CEB, XL-ATX, ATX (maximum 13.6” x 11”), Micro-ATX
Multimedia --
Drive Bay External 5.25" x 9
Internal 3.5"/2.5" x 6 hot-swap capable , 2.5” x3
Cooling System Front --
Rear --
Side 2 x 180mm AP181 fan,700/1200rpm 18/34dBA
Top 1 x 120mm exhaust fan, 900rpm, 18dBA
Bottom 2 x 120mm AP121 intake fan, 1200rpm 19dBA
Internal --
Expansion Slot 9+1
Front I/O Port USB 3.0 x 2
USB 2.0 x 2
audio x 1
MIC x 1
Power Supply 2 x optional standard PS2(ATX) or 1 x redundant PS2
Operating system support --
Expansion Card Support up to12.4”, width restriction-6.93"
Limitation of CPU cooler 171mm
Limitation of PSU --
Net Weight 17.4 kg
Dimension 224 mm (W) x 642 mm (H) x 657 mm (D), 94.5 liters
Extra --
Support VESA Mount --

Use CFP51 to conver three 5.25" drive bays into four 3.5" drive bays. more information...
Get a SST-CLEARCMOS add-on to conveniently clear CMOS without opening the case. more information...
Use FP55 to support one 3.5" and two 2.5" devices in a 5.25" drive bay. more information...
Equip your TJ11 with FN121-BL for added lighting effect in available 120mm fan slots. more information...
TJ11 Manual
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TJ11 eDM (EN-TJ11-EDM.pdf)
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There are two main types of heat pipes used in popular aftermarket coolers, they are groove and powder. Groove heat pipes are very susceptible to gravity while powder heat pipes are less so. To achieve best performance in either heat pipe technology, they need to be placed horizontally or have the heat source side located below the other end of the heat pipe. We recommend choosing and installing components with heat pipes carefully by taking into consideration of the following examples:


The orientation of an enthusiast motherboard in a normal ATX case

The orientation of an enthusiast motherboard in the TJ11

As the illustrations above show, most enthusiast motherboards with heat pipes will work fine in the TJ11, the heat source is located below other parts of the heat pipe.
CPU cooler:
Horizontal style cooler

Good orientation Good orientation Bad orientation

Many CPU coolers can be rotated when installing on motherboards, the illustration here shows a SilverStone NT06-E

VGA cooler

The illustration here shows a VGA cooler that will not work well in the TJ11 because the heat source side (touching the GPU) ends up being located higher than the other end.