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The NZXT S340 is a compact mid-tower PC case made up of mostly steel

By Ng Chong Seng - on 9 Sep 2014, 11:20am

The NZXT S340 is a compact mid-tower PC case made up of mostly steel

(Image source: NZXT.) 

NZXT, maker of avant-garde gaming PC hardware, has just announced the Source 340 (S340) mid-tower PC case.

With 90% steel construction, the S340 touts a smart interior layout, aided by a grommet-less steel cable management bar splitting the front intake from the rest of the case. Cable management should be a breeze with this case, thanks to twenty cable management (zip-tie) points, and little details like steel plated audio jacks and captive thumb screws.

The NZXT S340 is also available in white. (Image source: NZXT.)

A premium PC case, the S340 comes with standard accouterments, such as USB 3.0, filtered intakes, and a PSU shroud. The side panels are also very thick, and one side has an enormous window to showcase your build.

Coming in at 445mm high and 432mm long, the US$69.99 S340 also axes the front 5.25-inch bays and relocates the hard drives to a lower position. Despite its small size, it’s still compatible with the company’s Kraken X61 and X31 liquid coolers.

Here’s a video (yes, video) introducing the S340:

Source: NZXT.