As with any case, the first thing you see is the front bezel and this one looks a little different than what we are used too, with only two 5.25′ exposed drive bays and two 3.5′ exposed drive bays. Now remember, this is a Micro-ATX Tower Case and it’s extremely doubtful that you’d need more.
From the photo above, you can see what I mean when I say simplistic yet elegant design that has clean fresh looks to it. Behind the large screen meshed area lays the 120 mm front intake fan.
Just below that, is the front access panel with two audio, one IEEE 1394 and count them, four USB2 ports. In today’s world, you can never have too many USB2 ports and Silverstone is one of the few manufacturers that include four of them.
The photo above is of the left side panel with an indentation to help you remove the panel. Below that, is a rectangular grid that supplies additional ventilation to the interior of the case which may come in handy if you use one of the new hot running video cards.
Our last exterior photo is of the back panel with absolutely no surprises, the only difference between the TJ08’s back panel and a standard back panel is the number of expansion card slots, with the TJ08 having four while most towers have seven.
Both side panels are held in position by Philips-head screws, three for the right panel (on the left in the photo) and two for the left panel (shown on the right in the photo) with slot for installing the security attachment that allows you to put a lock on the side panel.