Introduction: NZXT S340 Elite Carbon Fiber Vinyl Wrapping

About: I love DIY projects. Will be sharing PC mods related to performance and looks and also some other tech projects. Stay tuned there will be always more coming.

A little about s340 elite


W: 203mm

H: 474mm

D: 432mm

Material(s) Tempered glass side panel, Steel, ABS plastic

Weight 8.13kg

Motherboard Support mini-ITX MicroATX, ATX

I/O Ports 1x Audio/Mic2x USB 3.02x USB 2.0HDMI with VR Support

Filters Front (Included)Bottom Rear(Included)

Drive Bays Internal 3.5": 2+1 Internal 2.5": 3+1

Expansion Slots 7

Fan Support Front: 2x 140/2x120mm Top: 1x 140/120mm (1 x 120mm FN V2 Fans Included) Rear: 1x 120mm (1 x 120mm FN V2 Fan Included)

Radiator Support Front 2 x 140 or 2 x 120mm Rear 1 x 120mm Clearance GPU Clearance With Radiator: 334mm GPU Clearance Without Radiator: 364mm CPU Cooler: 161mm

Cable Management Lowest Point - 17mm; Highest Point 168mm

Materials required for this modification

  • Screw driver set
  • scissors ( sharp/new )
  • Blade ( sharp/new )
  • Carbon fiber vinyl ( 2x4 feet enough )
  • Scale
  • Cloth for cleaning ( Tissue will do too )

* New/sharp scissors and blade give nice smooth edges and cutting is easier too. Especially while trimming extra vinyl edges a sharp blade is much much better then an old used one


The blade that i used or the new razor blades are very sharp and they cut through skin without you knowing until you start seeing blood dripping on your work

Step 1: Getting Ready

  • Remove every thing from the case that can be removed and place them in the case box so u have easy access inside the case and things dnt get scratched for nothing.
  • Measure the part with a ruler that you want to apply carbon fiber on.
  • Cut the carbon fiber vinyl a lil extra then required like (0.5 inch extra) just to be on the safe side.
  • Clean the surface with a cloth/tissue to make sure that there is no dirt so that vinyl gets a good grip on surface.

Step 2: Applying CF and Final Looks

* Some people use credit cards or PVC cards to smooth out the vinyl i use my thumb. Cards sometimes if pressed hard against the vinyl can damage or ad scratches.

* Take your time and set the initial angle/ place to start applying the vinyl. If start goes well end will be well. ( Take your time, you can take even more then me :D )

* You can also use a hair dryer to help you with uneven surface like the engraved text ( Like the NZXT logo on the reservoir rack ). Heat the vinyl it makes it flexible and then push it with your thumb to settle in.

Skip the video to 4:00 to see how i applied carbon fiber vinyl.

Questions are Welcomed :)