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NZXT S340 Elite ATX Case Review

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NZXT S340 Elite More Detailed Features

Front panel ports include a standard headphone and microphone jack, an HDMI port, two USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports, and a power button. The S340 Elite is geared towards VR, so having a dedicated HDMI and USB 3.0 ports at the front does make sense.

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The cable clamps can be opened and closed without any effort. It is capable of holding quite a few cables underneath.

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There is an SSD mounting bracket on the side of the power supply shroud. Cables can be fed to the SSD through the cutout near the front of the case.

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Located at the bottom of the case is an easy to remove dust filter for the power supply. This is an improvement from the flimsy dust filter sheet seen on the original S340.

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Since the cable management puck is magnetic, it can stick onto any metal surface. A VR or audio headset can hang onto it when not being used.

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Before we move on to the system build, let’s take a look at the Internal USB Hub in the next section.


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