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NZXT Lexa S
Beautiful looking design, Great wire management capability, Lots of cooling, Built in fans controls, CPU access through motherboard tray
Handsome black interior; cable-management pass-throughs; subtle lighting; rotated drive bays allow for long video cards
Black painted interior, Four Fans, Fan Controller, Cable Management, Tool, less drive bays, Filtered intake fans
Performance, Looks, Fan Speed Controls, Simple Installation, Excellent cable management, Access port through motherboard tray.
Finished interior with rounded edges, Grommeted cable routing holes and tie-down points, Ample room for devices with 7 3.5" bays and 4 5.25" bays, Bottom mounted power supply with filtered intake, Included fan controller and four quiet fans, Overall ex...
Impressive performance, Very Attractive appearance, Reasonable price
Lots of room, Looks great, Cools well.
November 10, 2009, Cases, Reviews, Comments, NZXT Lexa S Crafted Series Black Steel Mid Tower Chassis Review, Author: Greg Baden, Pages:, Conclusion, Overall the NZXT Lexa S is a sleek and powerful case. The complete black coloring scheme can make it sim
Very well built, Excellent powdercoating, Innovative cable management, Included fans/fan controller, Good airflow.
Cool looking design, Black interior, Nice looking window, Fan controller for four fans, 4 out of 5 possible fans included, Can hold a dual radiator in the ceiling, Optical Drive bays with thumb screws, Dust guards on all intake fans, Silent fans, Plenty o
Side panel could be simpler to remove, Power button located behind door, review#636, Disclosure This product was given to DragonSteelMods for review by the company for review purposes only, and is not considered by us as payment for the review, we do not.
Cable pass-throughs are tight; more clearance needed behind right panel
Grommets won't fit 24, pin connector, Installing big CPU coolers could get tight
Clearance issues with upper fan mounts and cable routing, Side USB ports too close together, Glossy front bay door attracts dust, fingerprints, and scratches
Small problems in construction
Very cramped near top fan
November 10, 2009, Cases, Reviews, Comments
Useless watercooling hose grommets, Bad P4 cable management, Front 5.25 bay covers are hard to remove
By FutureLooks on June 13, 2010
The NZXT LEXA S Crafted Series Black Steel mid-tower case definitely delivers on what one would expect from such a case. It’s quiet, looks great, and can hold a lot of hardware. Thermally it has decent performance, managing to keep pace with an...85
By InsideHW on May 04, 2010
The market has obviously turned interesting for NZXT, since we’ve received another two enclosure models from this company, apart from the two we’ve already reviewed, belonging to different price ranges. The first tested model belongs to a somewhat...-
By 3dGameMan on March 31, 2010
Video Review: NZXT Lexa S & Tempest Evo Cases offer what some more expensive case don't. They have great styling, design, black in and out, lots of fans, excellent air circulation, plenty of drive bays, cable management holes and so much more. With...-
By DragonSteelMods on March 07, 2010
NZXT has become one of my favorite PC case manufacturers and the Lexa S does not to sway my opinion against them. It is a sexy case, there I go using that term again and is also functional. Besides its external good looks it provides plenty of...90
By Computer Shopper on February 01, 2010
One of the better budget-to-midprice PC cases we’ve seen, the Lexa S is stacked with thoughtful features for gaming-PC...81
By Rbmods.com on January 02, 2010
In all, the NZXT Lexa S is a great case for the money (~$80). It looks sleek and stylish, and the black painted interior completes the look. The included fan controller works well with the four included fans, and room for 7 hard drives is more than...-
By Hi Tech Legion on December 07, 2009
The NZXT Lexa S is an extremely well built case for the money. There is a great deal of room within the interior to accommodate just about any system you could wish to put into it, including the larger sized higher end graphics cards. The simple...-
By Benchmark Reviews on December 03, 2009
This case performs well, with only a few clearance issues. It has ample room and cooling even for an SLI or Crossfire system. NZXT has gone to extra trouble on the aesthetics of this case, with a fully finished interior, sleek faceplate, and hidden...88
By Overclockers Online on December 02, 2009
I knew the Lexa S would be a strong performer the moment I laid eyes on it. With the inclusion of 4 case fans, NZXT gives its customer a good start on the road to cooling. NZXT has fired off a new case once again, and has hit several consumers with a...-
By Neoseeker on November 23, 2009
The NZXT Lexa S is a decent performer out of the box, and has room for cooling expandability by adding an additional 140mm intake fan at the top of the chassis. It is also a very sturdy well built case with a plethora of top-end offerings that should...-