NZXT S340 Razer Special Edition Mid-Tower Chassis Review
Peter Donnell / 6 years ago
The interior of the chassis has been treated with the same powder black paint job as the exterior, giving the S340 a nice and uniform appearance. Of course, there’s one minor change here, with the addition of a small Razer logo on the cable management panel.
The fan is mounted high enough that it shouldn’t conflict with your motherboard, and there are a few cable routing holes at the top to help get everything connected.
There’s a huge air vent at the front of the chassis, which supports dual 120mm/140mm fan configurations, as well as radiators of up to 240/280mm.
There’s some ventilation at the bottom here, which should provide a little passive cooling for the hard drive bays below it.
Two dedicated 2.5″ drive bays, which quick release thumb screws and cable routing holes for easy installation.
Another pre-installed fan in the back, keeping with the all black theme on the interior.
Around the back, you can see that all the internal cables are black, making it easy to keep the build looking nice and uniform.
There’s a pair of 3.5″ drive bays tucked under the PSU shroud, which means those ugly drives are out of sight, but you can keep your SSDs on show with those dedicated 2.5″ bays on top.
There’s loads of room for the PSU, which is great as it’ll also leave you a lot of space to deal with cable management. By which I mean, there’s a lot of room to stuff excess cables out of sight.
There’s a lot of cable tie loops too, so any trailing cables can be tied down and kept as tidy as possible.
The front panel pulls off easily enough, giving you better access to the cooling mounts and you can also see that small power cable going to the front panel for the Razer logo LEDs.
I’m a little surprised that there’s no intake fan mounted on this chassis, so you may need to invest in some cooling here should you buy this chassis. Personally, I think this is the best place to mount a large AIO water cooler for your CPU.