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NZXT Lexa Mid-Tower Computer Case Review

Former staff writer    -   May 12, 2006


Closer Look Continued





The bezel is very easy to remove from the inside of the case. All you need to do is press in its clips and it comes right off exposing the front 120mm fan (with filter) and its circuit board. The rear of the case has a detachable cage for cable management.



The case also comes with a top blowhole containing a 80mm fan and a bottom intake vent (filtered) for increased airflow. The rear of the case also has a 120mm exhaust fan and when you add the 120mm Side fan (filtered).  This case spells cool all over it.





So far NZXT has done a great job with this Lexa case, it's stylish, it's a toolless design, it's aluminum and comes with four stock fans. This is going to be very interesting to test; so far the only aspect I haven't talked about is the cases three built in thermal probes, I feel that this aspect is better to mention during testing purposes.



  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Closer Look (Continued)
  3. Specifications & Installation
  4. Testing & Conclusion
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