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Old 3rd November 2005, 21:21   #1
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http://www.nzxt.com/Lexa.php

Introducing the next advancement in case design and technology, the Lexa. Designed from ground up to be symmetrical, the Lexa is representative of the modern lifestyle design cues of today. The Lexa's luxurious and classy design fits perfectly under the NZXT Classic Series line. This luxury chassis is fit with an aluminum chassis and four fans operating at ultra silent noise levels.

The Lexa ships with an carrying strap for easy transportation and a temperature display so users can monitor temperature levels in their system at all times.


this was our 4-day Live Stresstest



Athlon 64 3200+ @ 2200Mhz
CPU Cooled by Thermalright XP-90 + 92mm Slow Delta fan
DFI nForce3 250Gb
OCZ PC3700 Ram
Chaintech FX5900XT with Arctic Cooling Silencer
Antec 450W Power Supply (from Sonata 2)
- All Fans Hooked up
- System Stressed with Prime95 + 3DMark2001SE in Loop


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reminds me like THG
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they have their good moments and I liked their live system tests
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Stats of the last few days, 3DMark loop was stopped yesterday, this resulted in higher CPU temperatures, yet lower system temps

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do note that the roomtemp fluctuates quite a bit, anywhere from 12-23C

this explains the minimum HD temp
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Why such a big swing in room temp?
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