The S340 – a budget casing from NZXT that over-delivers. It’s one of those experience where you started off thinking it’s yet another cheap casing but to be in awe by the end of the entire review process.
Before we begin, here’s the NZXT S340 Video.
Like it yet? Here’s the specs taken from the official product page.
The S340 is a casing of minimalistic design and comes in only white and black. The surface panels are paint-coated (careful not to chip it!). The glossy touch gives is a premium feel.
Even the surface at the top is plain, with the I/O ports and power button placed at the top.
If you have been reading my reviews, you’ll get it by now that I detest upward facing I/O ports. They’re convenient but they’re also a hotbed for dust accumulation.
The S340’s top surface has an opening at the front, that’s where you can reach inside and remove the dust filter, we’ll have a look at that in a bit.
From the back, you can see that it is no different from most other casing. The PCI-E bracket covers are part of the casing so you’ll have to source for PCI-E bracket covers should you decide to remove them.