NZXT S340 Razer Edition Overview
For a full overview of the case be sure to check out our video below!
Taking a first look at the case you can see why this is the Razer Edition. The case has a matte black finish and Razer styling that looks great! The case is actually quite light, it is made mostly of SECC steel and ABS plastic. The main idea behind this case is to not be as large as many other mid-towers and to be extremely sleek.
Keeping with that sleek look NZXT has not included any front drive bays. The front of the case is all plain except for a Razer logo, which will light up when you have your system turned on.
There is actually a large fin filter that is hidden behind the front part of the case. It can be removed without even having to take the front part of the case off. This means cleaning it is quite easy.
At the top right side of the case you will find your controls and ports. From right to left you have your power button, two USB 3.0 ports, headphone and microphone jacks, and a hard drive activity LED. Awesome that the USB ports are green to match the Razer theme.
The top part of the case is pretty plain except for a ventilation section towards the back of the case. There is a NZXT 120mm FN V2 Fan included. You can fit either a 120 or 140 mm fan here.
The main side panel of the case features a very large window that is going to show off all of your hardware inside. The window is tinted so you are going to want to make sure you have some illuminuation inside your system.
The opposite side panel of the case is all plain, not much to see here.
At the back of the case there is another 120mm FN V2 fan that’s included. Unlike the top of the case you can only fit 120 mm fans here. There are a total of 7 expansion slots and of course your power supply will be mounted at the bottom of the case.
On the bottom of the case there are 4 large feet that will lift the case off the ground for better airflow. Towards the back part of the case there is a removable fan filter, it is not as nice as the one that is on the front of the case though. There are also two large light bars on the bottom of the case, these were not on the original S340. They are going to give the case a nice green underglow when you have your system turned on!