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NZXT S340 Elite is a mid-tower case for VR PC builds

NZXT S340 Elite

If you’re someone who is really impressed with VR and are considering building a new PC to enjoy VR content and games, NZXT has a new case specifically designed for you. The new S340 Elite is based on the company’s S340 mid-tower case that made its original debut in September 2014. The latest iteration features a number of design changes to make it the ideal case for new VR PC builders.

The S340 Elite features a tempered glass panel that lets you showcase your build with crisp clarity. The IO panel located at the top of the case is optimized for VR, with an HDMI port and additional USB ports. To store your VR or audio headsets, the case includes a magnetic cable management puck, with fast and flexible mounting access.


The case comes with 7 expansion slots, 2+1 internal 3.5” hard drive bays, 3+1 internal 2.5” drive bays, and support for 2 x 140mm or 2 x 120mm radiators on the front and 1 x 120mm radiator at the rear. It can accommodate GPUs up to 364mm in length (without radiator) and CPU coolers up to 161mm in height. As for fans, the case comes included with a single 120mm FN V2 fan at the top and a 120mm FN V2 fan at the rear, Additionally, users can install two 140 or 120mm fans on the front of the case.


NZXT will be selling the S340 Elite in three color options – Matte Black, Matte White, and Matte Black with Red accents. It measures 203 x 474 x 432mm and weighs in at 8.13 kg. The case will carry a MSRP of $99.99 in the US and 99.99 EUR in Europe. An internal USB Hub with five USB 2.0 connectors is being offered as well, which has been priced at $24.99 in the US and 19.9 EUR in Europe.


Via: TomsHardware



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