NZXT Source 340
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NZXT Source 340 Review
When you decide to build a gaming rig, you know that sooner or later, you will have to think about a case to hold all the parts. And, when you spend quite a bit of money on the hardware, it would be a pity to just drop thirty dollars on a low-end case that can’t really help you. Instead, you should look forward to a case like the NZXT Source 340, which remains in the affordable spectrum while providing not just good looks, but also a lot of functionality. This is crucial these days, when cable management and cooling are crucial factors when choosing a case.
When you pick up the NZXT Source 340 in order to start installing the parts inside, you will notice the case is heavier than other counterparts, especially when you take into account we are talking about a midtower. The case weighs about 7kgs and this is due to the material employed in the design: steel. You can be sure that the case will last for the years to come, though. The design is extremely minimalist and the side panel also features a window, which will prove a great treat for those who want to enjoy their cable management skills.
Keeping your computer cool is mandatory, especially if you have a high-end rig that needs to either run games at Ultra details or has to process video on a regular basis. When things heat up, you definitely want your case to give its best in order to cool things down inside. The NZXT Source 340 is compatible with a series of liquid cooling systems designed by the same manufacturer, and this is probably the best choice you can make when it comes to keeping a rig cool. If you want to rely on fans, You should know you can install up to four fans inside the case. However, two of them, one at the top and one at the back, are already provided by NZXT.
Cable management has become more and more important for computer enthusiasts, and if you are one of them, you surely want to your PC to look good. However, this is not just about good looks, but also about providing enough space for air to easily travel throughout the case. The NZXT Source 340 case features more than 20 anchor points that will prove extremely useful when you decide to start working on the cables which span between your PSU and other parts of the PC.
There are two audio jacks available at the top of the case, a dedicated microphone and a dedicated headphone one. Moreover, you also get to use a USB 3.0 connection, which allows you to easily connect devices without having to reach to the back of the NZXT Source 340 case. In order to make more room for parts and to give the whole case a refreshing design, the design team has discarded 5.25” drive bays. You can still fit up to 6 bays of both 2.5 and 3.5 inches.