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Razer and NZXT show off the S340 PC case, in unique collaboration

Razer teamed up with NZXT to create the S340 PC case.

Published Tue, Aug 25 2015 1:09 PM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:04 PM CST

Gaming hardware and peripheral company Razer has announced the NZXT S340, a collaboration following Razer's offer to work with case manufacturers in 2014.

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The case features 360 degrees of steel casing surrounding the all-steel chassis, full 280mm front radiator support, compact form factor, integrated PSU should, fully filtered intakes, and 2x 120mm FN V2 fans on the top and rear of the case.

Razer included a front panel with a back-lit triple-headed snake logo, cable management bar with the Razer triple-headed snake logo, green power LED, green underglow LED with rear-located switch, PCI slot base cover, tinted window panel, and Razer signature green USB 3.0 ports.

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Pre-orders begin now, and the case will begin shipping starting early September. The Razer NZXT S340 features a $99.99 MSRP.

"We had great success with our first collaboration with NZXT and the H440 - Designed by Razer PC case," said Min-Liang Tan, co-founder and CEO of Razer. "Our team couldn't wait to get started on the next project that brings premium NZXT PC cases with the iconic Razer design to PC gamers everywhere."

"Razer is a premier gamer brand whose influence on gaming technology is unparalleled," said Johnny Hou, CEO of NZXT. "Partnering with their team of gaming-minded engineers and industrial designers has helped drive us internally to push the boundaries of what is possible inside a PC case."

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