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NZXT Lexa Blackline Case Review

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The last and most important step is to connect power to the LCD. The connector is labled "RED" and requires a four-pin molex connector. Once connected, your LCD should illuminate at startup and display the three temps as shown below. It would be nice if the panel was customizable allowing you name the probes if not used as specified.





Once all the components have been securely fastened into place, you are ready to make all the remaining necessary connections. This includes the molex connectors and SATA cables for my array and optical drives, and finally the PCI-express cable for my videocard. The last thing to do is reinstall the side cover and fire it up.



Once powered, the NZXT Lexa Blackline comes alive. The front becomes even more seductive as a red sliver peeks out of the center of the glossy black panel. The temperature LCD glows harmoniously in the crown, adding more appeal to the front. An unusually bright hard drive LED flashes below the sliver. In a dark room it can cast a spot on any object nearly ten feet away. This might cause trouble for those of us who have their computer in their bedroom and run it at night. From the side, the two LED fans cast an immense warmth of red light onto the components inside your case.




  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Closer Look (The Case)
  3. Closer Look (Working Components)
  4. Closer Look (Working Components)
  5. Installation
  6. Installation: Continued
  7. Installation Continued
  8. Specifications & Features
  9. Testing
  10. Conclusion
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