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Old 26-09-15, 07:01 PM
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I simply love the minimalistic design of the S340. I had a white S340, with this setup:
Asus Sabertooth Rev2.0
Amd FX-6350
500gb HDD
1500gb HDD
Crossfire 270 2gb MSI Gaming
Corsair RM750
Corsair H100



I sold that months ago, and recently finished off this project, with a neat black/red S340. So far specs:
Asus Maximus vii Ranger
intel i5-4690k
Kingston HyperX Savage 2133mhz CL11 4x4gb ram
Club 3D AMD R9 290 4gb
Kingston HyperX Fury 240GB SSD
Crucial BX100 250GB SSD
Corsair RM1000i
Corsair H110i GT
Plan is to add another GPU.

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Old 23-10-15, 02:42 PM
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Here it is on PcPartPicker:
https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/b/sNPscf

I have the NZXT Phantom 530.









I have since reconfigured the inside of my PC though... I got rid of the storage drive cages except for the top one which doesn't block any fans and that helped lower my temperatures a little at least.

I do love the NZXT Phantom 530... but I do wish the top mounting spots for the fans didn't have that indent which limits which 200mm fans I could use, same with the front fan mount... second, that darn side-panel fan mount. Dust builds up like crazy there... I ended up just taping it off lol.
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Old 04-04-16, 01:33 PM
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Cool S430 White Build

Just had to re-build the missus' gaming rig. She was running a Corsiar 600T case that lived on the floor, but she needed more space under her desk to fit her new gaming throne. So swapped out from the Corsair to an NZXT S340 (with an X61 in the front) that matched her furniture and took up waaaaay less desk space.

Here's the result:





It's a PITA to build in a mid tower compared to a full tower case, but a really excellent case in every other way.

It's extremely attractive, very well made, and has had some great thought put into it's design and features. For me the only real bugbears were the single hidden SSD mount spot; there is room for two on the case floor) and the lack of a wired-in fan controller like on my Phantom 630. I guess it would be kinda nice if it also supported squared off 240mm rads in the front, not just their own X61. But.. for a packet of Haribo over £50 it truly is insanely good value.

Spec:

NZXT S340 White, Asus Sabretooth P67, Intel i5 2500K @ 4.2GHz (Kraken X61 push-pull), 16 GB Corsair DDR3 1600MHz, Asus Strix GTX970, 1x Intell 535 120GB SSD Boot Drive, 2x WD RED 3GB HDDs in 0/1 Intel Matrix RAID, and some sort of non-modular Corsair PSU that made life more of a bollocks than it needed to be in such a small case.
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Old 04-04-16, 02:12 PM
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I can tell you, you won't have a problem w/ double sided tape (3M). If anything, the problem will be in getting it off !
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